Wendy Flint, PhD

Assistant Professor of Management

Director of Undergraduate Business Programs

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Office: Hoover 134

Office Hours: By appointment only

Wendy Flint, former director of the IDEA Center, transitioned to serve as an assistant professor of management and director of undergraduate business programs in 2021.

She arrived at George Fox in 2017 to oversee the IDEA Center, for which she managed operations through vision casting, strategic programming, planning, and delivery and quality assessment of multiple functions. She’s also taught business and college-to-career courses on an adjunct basis at the university since her arrival. In all, she has 15 years of teaching experience as an adjunct professor, including at Biola University, and seven years as a tenured faculty member.

Prior to George Fox, she was the chief learning officer for The Learning Oasis, a Napa, California-based nonprofit organization that provides supportive training services for universities, community colleges and adult education centers throughout California. In the six years prior (2007-13), she was senior vice president of marketing and sales for Boston Reed College in Napa. Wendy also worked as director of professional and continuing education and workforce training at College of the Desert in Palm Desert, California, from 1999 to 2007.

She holds both a PhD in education (2004) and an MBA (2008) from Capella University in Minneapolis, as well as a Master of Public Administration degree from Washington State University (1998). Wendy lives in Sherwood with her husband Terry, and they have three children and six grandchildren. Wendy and Terry are members of the Global Methodist Church.

Academic Background

• PhD, Education, Capella University
• MBA, Capella University
• MPA (Public Administration), Washington State University
• BA, Communications, Marylhurst University


Select Bibliography

Flint, W. (2016). Hybrid and blended learning for health career students. Journal of Applied Research for the Association of Florida Colleges, 7(1).

Flint, W. (2015). Workplace prayers. Sherwood, OR: Word Unlimited.

Flint, W. (2007). Problem-based learning: Welcome to the real world. Charleston, SC: BookSurge Publishing.

Flint, W. (2004). Faculty development toward learner centered classrooms (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Capella University, Minneapolis, MN.


Outside the Classroom

Wendy resides with husband Terry in Sherwood, and they are members of the Global Methodist Church. They both served in two branches of the military (U.S. Navy and Air National Guard). They were the first married couple hired as telephone installers on the same day for Pacific NW Bell, and both climbed phone poles in the Portland area. Wendy likes to write in her spare time or try new recipes. She and Terry have three children and six grandchildren.