Dr. Christie Schultz is known for her work as a leader in professional, continuing, and online education. She is also a scholar of leadership in higher education, care ethics in leadership, and qualitative research methodologies. Dr. Schultz currently serves as the Dean of the Centre for Continuing Education (CCE) at the University of Regina in Saskatchewan, Canada. Her book, Leading with Feminist Care Ethics in Higher Education: Experiences, Practices, and Possibilities (Palgrave Macmillan), was released in 2022.

  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, Christie worked in the world of educational technologies, web communications, and web strategy. Christie's current publications are listed on Google Scholar.

  Her onestreetinyeg project (2015 - 2016) features photos and seasonal haiku from one street in Edmonton, AB, Canada. This project appears on tumblr.

"Leading with Feminist Care Ethics is a compelling reading experience, as the presence of the author in dialogue with both the theoretical material and the case studies she conducts pulls the reader into deeper consideration of both the ethics and the practicalities of care as a component of leadership roles in higher education. The book, its conversations, and its methodology work together to explore the complex relationship between care and the university—the university as a community that requires care in order to thrive; the university as an institution that can teach care as a component of its work; and the university as an institution that sometimes abuses care among its most committed members.”

Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Director of Digital Humanities and Professor of English, Michigan State University, USA