Mindy S. McNutt is a tenured Associate Professor of Leadership at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio where she teaches bachelor's, master's, and doctoral level leadership courses. She has served as Program Director for both the Organizational Leadership (OL) undergraduate degree and the Master of Science in Leadership Development programs at the Wright State Dayton campus, and was the inaugural and sole faculty member and program advisor for the OL program at its inception at the Wright State Lake Campus. Mindy has engaged in leadership curriculum development for over 30 years for high school youth, undergraduate curricular and extra-curricular programs, and most recently served with… faculty colleagues to create the new doctoral program in Organizational Studies (DOS), and in which she also developed the doctoral internship program. At Wright State University and several area community colleges, she has held a variety of leadership positions which have included, among others, academic vice president, campus dean, and dean of student services and institutional advancement. Among her varied research interests are leadership education, transformational leadership, authentic leadership, women in leadership, and leader values. Additionally, she maintains active involvement in the International Leadership Association. Mindy is currently involved in serving as an Associate Editor of the International Leadership Association Building Leadership Bridges book entitled LEADERSHIP 2050: Contextualizing Global Leadership Processes for the Future; collaborating with a nation-wide team to create a national Leadership Education Academy; and, with a faculty colleague, actively engaged in research to assess and examine the relationship between personal values and organizational culture.