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Elisha Wohleb

Elisha Wohleb, Ph.D.

  • Clinical Professor

Phone: 334-844-8724
Campus Mail: 5040 Haley Center
Office Location: 0303B Haley Center

Academic Areas

Business/Marketing Education

Short Bio

Dr. Elisha C. Wohleb is a Clinical Professor of Business/Marketing Education in the College of Education at Auburn University. Elisha worked in accounts payable and was also a business education teacher before her role at the university. She has served in numerous leadership positions at the college, state, regional, national, and International levels. Previous positions include: Alabama Business Education Association – Secretary, President-Elect, President, Past-President; Southern Business Education Association – Vice President, President-Elect, President; National Association for Business Teacher Educators – Associate Editor, Editor; National Business Education Association – SBEA Director to NBEA; International Society for Business Education – President-Elect, President, Past-President. Elisha has numerous publications at the national level, including book chapters and refereed journals. In addition, she frequently presents workshops for pre-service and in-service teachers. She holds a Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Education Specialist degree in Business/Marketing Education and a Doctor of Philosophy in Career and Technical Education with an emphasis on Business/Marketing Education.

Professional & Educational Experience

  • Auburn University Ph. D. Career Technical Ed August, 2011
  • Auburn University Ed. S. Bus/Mktg Education December, 2007
  • Auburn University M. Ed. Bus/Mktg Education December, 2006
  • Auburn University B. S. Bus/Mktg Education May, 2006

Professional Experience

  • Auburn University Clinical Professor
  • Auburn University Associate Clinical Professor
  • Auburn University Assistant Clinical Professor
  • Auburn University Lecturer
  • Auburn University Instructor
  • Auburn High School Business Teacher

Research Interests

  • Career and technical education

  • Integrating technology in the classroom

  • Social media

  • Digital citizenship

  • Soft skills in the workforce