Johanna Hunsaker

Johanna Hunsaker
Phone: (619) 260-4858
Office: Olin Hall 323

Chair, Management, Law and Ethics, Professor of Management
Chair, Management, Professor of Management

  • PhD, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Urban Education, Business Administration and Sociology
  • MS, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Philosophical and Cultural Foundations of Education
  • BS, University of Wisconsin, Madison, English and Education

Johanna Hunsaker, chair of the management department and professor of management and organizational behavior, joined the University of San Diego School of Business faculty in 1981. Hunsaker previously taught at San Diego State University and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She has taught internationally in France, Germany, Hong Kong and Saipan in the Northern Marianas Islands. In her years at the School of Business, Hunsaker has concentrated on effective teaching and curriculum development, designed new courses and practiced innovative teaching techniques. She consistently ranks in the top 10 percent of professors in the School of Business. Hunsaker has published more than 50 articles, including a book on gender issues in the workplace, Strategies and Skills for Managerial Women. Much of her professional life has been committed to supporting women in leadership positions. She has served as a trainer, a consultant and has been an expert witness in numerous court cases concerning sexual harassment and workplace discrimination.

Selected Publications

  • Hunsaker, J., Hunsaker, P. (2015) Managing People, Dorling Kindersley.
  • Hunsaker, J., Hunsaker, P. (2011) Strategies and Skills for Managerial Women, 3rd edition, Ann Arbor, MI, XanEdu Press.
  • Hunsaker, J., Hunsaker, P., Baron, E., Benoliel, M., Bourne, P., Doke, D., Hau, W., Lapin, R., O'Rourke, J., (2010) The Book of Management: the ten essential skills for achieving high performance, Dorling Kindersley Limited, 720 pages.
  • Hunsaker, J. (2012) DA Consulting: A Failed Change Initiative in Lessons in Leading Change: Learning from Real World Cases, Lessons in Leading Change: Learning from Real World Cases Cases Ca.
  • Hunsaker, P., Hunsaker, J. (2009) Managing People, Dorling Kindersley.