Dr. Christie Schultz is known as an interdisciplinary leader in higher education in Canada with expertise in the fields of professional, continuing, and online education. As a leader, she prioritizes collaboration, partnerships, and creating exceptional student experiences. She is also a scholar of leadership in higher education, care ethics, and innovation in education. Her book, Leading with Feminist Care Ethics in Higher Education: Experiences, Practices, and Possibilities (Palgrave Macmillan), was released in 2022.
  Dr. Schultz currently serves as the Dean of the Centre for Continuing Education (CCE) at the University of Regina and is a passionate proponent of lifelong learning. In this role, she provides leadership for URegina’s online and flexible course offerings through CCE’s Flexible Learning Division; Career and Professional Development programs; English language programs; and CCE’s community programs, including the Conservatory of Performing Arts and the Lifelong Learning Centre. Actively involved in the Canadian Association for University Continuing Education (CAUCE), she serves on the national executive committee and served as the association's president in 2022-23.
  Before coming to the field of continuing education, Dr. Schultz worked in the worlds of educational technologies, web communications, and web strategy. She holds a BA (English), an MA (English), an MBA (Public Policy and Management), and a PhD (Education) from the University of Alberta (Canada). Christie's current publications are listed on Google Scholar.