B.S., Pembroke State University; M.S., East Carolina University; Ph.D., Walden University


Eugenia Johnson, Ph.D., is assistant professor of Management at Methodist University. She primarily teaches Management and Organization, Organizational Behavior & Theory, and Organization and Leadership. Dr. Johnson’s areas of expertise include Management, Leadership, and Organizational Behavior, and her most recent publications include a quantitative study of the funding decisions of leaders in higher education. Her professional activities include membership in: the American Management Association, NACADA – National Association of Academic Advisors; Alpha Delta Kappa – International Honorary Organization for Women Educators; and Sigma Alpha Iota – International Music Fraternity for Women. Awards and recognitions she has received include the Jane Gardiner Award for Excellence in Academic Advising. Johnson received her Ph.D. in Management with a Concentration in Leadership and Organizational Change from Walden University; her M.S. degree in Business – Vocational Education from East Carolina University; and her Bachelor of Science Degrees in Music Education and Business Administration from University of North Carolina at Pembroke.

Research Interests:

Organizational Behavior and Change, Leadership Development, Women in Business