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Edwin Carrillo, D.B.A.

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Adjunct Instructor


Management and Entrepreneurship

Edwin Carrillo is a published Doctor of Business Administration in Management. He has managed programs for Fortune 500 companies, developed products for national retail chain stores, and managed projects for one of the largest hospitality groups in the US.

His research focuses on emotional intelligence and how it can predict employee satisfaction, burnout, and performance. In addition, Dr. Carrillo is known for positive, energetic student engagement and shares his passion for management with his students.

  • D.B.A. - Saint Leo University - Management
  • M.B.A. - American Intercontinental - Operations Management
  • B.S. - Colorado Technical University - Management
  • CERT. - Rutgers University - Supply Chain Management

Examining the Impact of Emotional Intelligence on Workplace Stress, The International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines, 2018.

Carrillo, E. (2023). Examining the Impact of Ethnocentricity on Cultural Literacy, Pearson Education.

Carrillo, E. (2023). Tri-State Custom Apparel Goes International, Pearson Education.

Carrillo, E., Little, J.D., J., Maclennan, H., & Clayton, R. (2020). Emotional Intelligence as a Predictor of Job Satisfaction and Job Performance, The International Journal of Business & Management, 8(1).

Carrillo, E. (2019). Examining the Impact of Emotional Intelligence on Job Satisfaction, Job Burnout and Job Performance, ProQuest.

Carrillo, E., Freeman, L. L., Morand, D., Ocampo, R., Afegbua-Sabbatt, R., & Clayton, R. W. (2018). Examining the Impact of Emotional Intelligence on Workplace Stress, International Journal of Management and Human Resources, 6(1), 64–80.

Freeman, L., Adams, J., Carrillo, E., & Carlson-Meyer, C. (2017). Have I got a deal for you! Southeast Case Research Journal, 14(1).