Kathleen Razi

Lecturer
Ph.D., Kent State University

Kathleen Razi

Kathleen Razi

Lecturer

Ph.D., Kent State University
M.S., Case Western Reserve University
B.A., Russell Sage College

Dr. Kathleen Razi is president of Razi & Associates, Inc. an international organizational consulting and coaching firm. Razi brings over 25 years of experience consulting, coaching and teaching.  

Kathleen serves as part-time faculty in the School of Business teaching management, organizational behavior, leadership and the MBA health care and health care management capstone courses.

Razi has also served as an adjunct faculty and seminar lecturer at universities including Capital University-Cleveland Center, Kent State University, Ursuline College, Lake Erie College, University of Dayton, NOVA Southeastern University, Cappella University, Rutgers University and Northeast Ohio Medical University. Razi also teaches management and leadership courses for the Center for Professional Advancement (CfPA).

Razi is a co-developer of Mentoring for Success™ and an author, speaker and presenter at both national and international conferences. Small Business News and National Employment Business Weekly-WSJ have interviewed her. Razi holds a certification in mediation and conflict management from the Center for Applied Conflict Management at Kent State University, a doctorate from Kent State University with a concentration in organization development and career development, a Master of Science in social administration from Case Western Reserve University and a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Russell Sage College. She has also completed a postgraduate training program in organization and system development through the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland, Ohio. She is a licensed independent social worker (LISW) and a licensed professional clinical counselor with supervision designation (LPCC-S). She is involved with the Center for Creative Education (CEF) and the Creative Problem Solving Institute (CPSI).

Her mission is to enhance individual and organizational performance.