Chris Cartwright, MPA, Ed.D. served as the Director of Intercultural Assessment for the Intercultural Communication Institute where he supported individuals and organizations from around the world in assessing and developing global leadership and intercultural competence. He was also the Associate Director of Graduate Programs, serving as faculty adviser, instructor, and thesis/capstone director. He is an adjunct faculty for the Portland State University, International Studies Department and MBA Programs, as well as Middlebury Institute of International Studies and Monterey, Intercultural Competence Program, and Pepperdine University’s Graduate School of Education and Psychology, Ph.D. in Global Leadership. Prior to this work, he has served as the Dean of Academic Programs for the International Partnership for Service Learning and Leadership, where he managed undergraduate and graduate level programs of study in 12 different countries.
Dr. Cartwright has over 40 years of experience managing educational and training programs in higher education, business, government, and the nonprofit sectors. He consults, coaches, trains, teaches, and researches regionally, nationally, and internationally in areas of leadership development, intercultural competency, partnership, assessment and evaluation, and intercultural training. He recently completed two book chapters, one on intercultural competence in international service-learning and other on inclusive leadership.