Stephanie Mooshegian, Ph.D.
“Everyone has strengths, but they may not always use them to their full capacity. I enjoy developing leaders at all levels of the organization, in particular through enhancing self-awareness of their strengths and development areas and then designing development plans that push them to overcome current and future challenges.”
Experienced in training, coaching, group facilitation and evaluation, Stephanie’s previous research explored personality and emotions, work-life balance and employee retention. At CMA, she enjoys organizational assessment and getting to know clients on a long-term basis, as well as developing executive teams by enhancing group cohesion and facilitating strategic planning, talent management and other change efforts.
She received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Truman State University, followed by a Master of Arts in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville and a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology with a minor in research methodology from Saint Louis University. She later served as a faculty/administrator, teacher and researcher in Saint Louis University’s School for Professional Studies.
A scientist-practitioner, she has consulted with SLU’s Center for Workforce and Organizational Development and SLU’s Center for Applied Behavioral Sciences with project work focusing on strategic planning, leadership development, survey design and program evaluation.
She loves supporting St. Louis organizations and businesses by going to local fairs, visiting new restaurants and attending plays and concerts.