Dr. Toni C. King
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Dr.Toni C. King is an Associate Professor of Black Studies and Women's Studies at Denison University. She has earned a bachelors degree in psychology from Oklahoma State University, a Masters degree in Counseling from The Ohio State University and a doctorate in Organizational Behavior from Case Western Reserve University. Dr. King teaches Introduction to Black Studies, Issues in Feminism, Feminist Research Methods; Black Women and Organizational Leadership; and, Black Women's Lives: Autobiography as Protest. For over a decade, Dr. King has provided personal growth workshops for women concerning leadership, spirituality, social support and personal/professional balance. She has published numerous articles on women's resistance to and recovery from race, class, gender oppression. Recent publications include: Third Shift: The Invisible Work of African American Women in Higher Education. Toni C. King et al, in This Bridge We Call Home, G. Anzaldua and A. Keating, eds, Routledge, 2002; and, Charting Ourselves: Leadership Development with African American Professional Women, Toni C. King and S. A. Ferguson, National Women's Studies Association Journal, 13(2), 2001. In addition, Dr. King is the co-editor of an anthology in progress on Black women's leadership development.