LaJuan Perronoski Fuller, Ph.D.

Dr. LaJuan Perronoski Fuller, Ph.D.

Program Chair, Graduate Studies

EDUCATION:

Ph.D.BA, Management and Organizations, Trident University International (TUI)
Masters of Business Administration, Trident University International (TUI)
B.S., Business Administration, Trident University International
AAS, Instructor of Technology and Military Science, Community College of the Air Force
AAS., Human Resource Management, Community College of the Air Force
AAS., Criminal Justice Administration

AREAS OF EXPERTISE:

Organizational Leadership
Economics for Business Decisions
Organizational Management
Quantitative Research Methods

LaJuan Perronoski Fuller, Ph.D., retired after 20 ½ years of honorable service in the United States Air Force (USAF). He has provided education, training, and security operations throughout the United States, United Kingdom, Iraq, Afghanistan, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Manas, and the Republic of Korea (ROK). After serving as an Academic Course Director and Director of Faculty Development, Dr. Fuller retired from the Air Education and Training Command, United States Air Force (USAF). 

After retirement, Dr. Fuller worked on classified government contracts developing human resource management and readiness software. After completing this role as a contractor, Dr. Fuller became an Assistant Adjunct Professor in the College of Doctoral Studies at Grand Canyon University and a Professor and Dissertation Chair at California Intercontinental University. There he taught Economics for Business Decisions (DBA-815), Predictive Modeling (DBA-833), Psychology of Coaching and Consulting (PSY-834), and The Sustainable Future (DBA-835), Management (MGT 657), Global Business Management (MGT-518), and Strategic Management and Competitive Globalization (MGT-545).

Dr. Fuller received Business Analytics certificates from Cornell University and Harvard Business School. As a business management consultant for over ten years, he utilized data-driven decision-making to develop strategic advantages resulting in city proclamations, public charter school approvals, and small business innovation initiatives in local communities. As a result, Dr. Fuller was selected to the National Small Business Administration (NSBA) Leadership Council to cultivate policy between small businesses and government policymakers.

Finally, Dr. Fuller is committed to advancing business administration applied research. As a result, he published numerous peer-review articles in the Open Journal of Business and Management, Open Journal of Leadership, International Business Research, and the International Journal of Social Science Studies. He brings a distinctive perspective to leadership, professional development, curriculum writing, assessments, and teaching within business administration concentrations.