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Dr. McKee is a native of Oklahoma and grew up in Tulsa. She joined the faculty of UCO in August of 2012 and her interests include leadership, human resources and business ethics. Dr. McKee has presented her research in Montreal, Savannah and San Antonio. She is currently conducting research in the field of authentic and transformational leadership. She teaches classes in human resources, recruitment and selection, and organizational behavior. Dr. McKee received the Outstanding Teaching Fellow Award for 2011 from the University of North Texas. Her hobbies are reading, knitting, golf, yoga and playing with her dogs.
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”- Nelson Mandela
Whittington, J., McKee, V., Goodwin, V. & Bell, G., (2011) Applying fuzzy set methodology to evaluate substitutes for leadership” in Research in Sociology of Organizations: Configurational Theory and Methods in Organizational Research, forthcoming.
Daspit, J., Tillman, C. J., Boyd, N., & McKee, V. (2011). Exploring Team Dynamics: Influences of Internal Team Environment, Shared Leadership, and Cohesion on Team Effectiveness. (R&R) The Journal of Managerial Issues.