Dean Grandy Bio


Gina Grandy, B.Comm (co-op), MBA, PhD

Dr. Gina Grandy is Professor and Dean for the Hill and Levene Schools of Business. She is a professor in Strategy & Leadership and she commenced her current role as Dean in July 2018. She formerly held the role of Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Studies and was holder of the RBC Women in Leadership Scholar at the Schools. Gina is the lead for the Saskatchewan hub of the Women Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub (WEKH).

Gina is a trained leadership and performance coach and is an emotional intelligence certified facilitator (EQ-1.2/EQ360). Gina has designed and facilitated leadership development programming, for both aspiring leaders and those holding leadership positions. Gina’s leadership, research, teaching, and consulting experiences are international in scope. Gina has taught at seven universities across Canada, the United Kingdom and Ukraine.

She is the co-editor of two books and her award-winning research on leadership, gender and women’s experiences at work, stigmatized work and case writing has been published widely. She has held research grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and Canadian Institutes of Health Research. She is the Regional Editor for Gender in Management: An International Journal, serves on the international advisory board for Management Learning, and is the former Editor of Case Research Journal.

Over the past 25 years Gina has consulted for a diverse range of not-for-profit, public and for-profit organizations across Canada in leadership development and strategic analysis, planning, and implementation. She has been part of and / or led organization-wide strategic planning and strategic reporting initiatives in several settings. She has been an invited speaker / keynote presenter on topics such leadership, women in leadership, leading change, entrepreneurship and innovation, coaching and mentorship, and strategic planning. Gina has and continues to serve on academic and community boards for local, national and international organizations.