Dr. Denise La Salle & Marcos Jimenez/La Salle Educational Foundation
Dr. Denise J. La Salle resides in Orlando, Florida with her husband. She had three boys and two grandchildren. Dr. La Salle is currently an adjunct professor at National University College. Currently, she owns and manages a used tires retail shop. Also, she opened three non-profits which are La Salle Educational Foundation, International Books of Hope, and Adopt a Teacher Foundation. Her vision is to open schools in foreign countries for less privileged people. Dr. La Salle is in the process to open the first bilingual school and library in Bolivia. Her philosophy is “I cannot change the world, but I can change the world of someone through education.” Dr. La Salle received a Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) in International Business from Walden University in 2018. A Master in Educational Leadership from Ana G. Mendez University in 2010 and a Bachelors in Elementary Education from Interamerican University of Puerto Rico. Recognized as a STAR teacher for excellence teaching, for which she became among the top 25% best teachers in Orange County, Florida. Dr. La Salle received a recognition letter from the President of the United States in 2007. In her time off, she enjoys spending time with her grandchildren and traveling with her husband.
She has published two journal publications: La Salle, D. (2018). Strategies for Profit Educational Leaders Use to Reduce Employee Turnover and Maintain Sustainability (Doctoral dissertation). Available from ProQuest
La Salle, D., Beato, A., & Velkova, G. (2018). Successful strategies used by leaders to reduce employee turnover and maintain sustainability in for-profit colleges. The International Journal of Business & Management (ISSN 2321-8916). Retrieved from http://www.theijbm.com