Eileen White Jahn, M.B.A., Ph.D.
Executive Dean, Chair and Professor
Business Administration and Marketing
Graduate Management Studies LI
SJC Long Island
- O'Connor Hall, Room E205A
Ph.D., Organizational Policy Studies, CUNY Graduate Center, Baruch College, 1998
M.B.A., Management Information Technology, New York University, 1984
B.S., Biology and Economics, SUNY Binghamton
Eileen White Jahn has been a member of the St. Joseph’s College faculty since 1998. She is currently a professor of business and serves as the chair of the Department of Business Administration and Marketing.
Prior to working at St. Joseph’s College, Dr. White Jahn held positions at Cornell University, Empire State College and Baruch College. She also worked as a management consultant at Mobley, Luciani, and Associates, where she directed a variety of organizational development projects.
She has published several works on business practices and organizational management, including “A Multilevel Examination of Work-Life Practices: Is More Always Better?” and “Perceived Organizational Family Support (POFS): A Multilevel and Longitudinal Analysis,” both of which appeared in the Journal of Managerial Issues.
Dr. White Jahn’s work has earned her numerous accolades, including the 2005 Camp America PEACE Award for Providing Exceptional Avenues for Cultural Exchange from the American Institute of Foreign Studies.
Scholarly & Professional Interests
Family and worklife studies
Emotional and social competencies
Social responsibility of business
Hospitality and tourism
Personnel Review 2007 36:163-189 Prottas, D., Thompson, C., Kopelman, R., Jahn, E. Title: Work-Family Programs: Factors Affecting Employee Knowledge
JOURNAL OF MANAGERIAL ISSUES Summer 2006 18:232-253
Kopelman, R., Prottas, D., Thompson, C., Jahn, E. Title: A Multilevel Examination of Work-Life Practices: Is More Always Better
JOURNAL OF MANAGERIAL ISSUES Winter 2004 16:545-565
Thompson, C., Jahn, E., Kopelman, R., Prottas, D.
Title: Perceived Organizational Family Support (POFS): A Multilevel and Longitudinal Analysis
JOURNAL OF COMMUNITY, WORK, AND FAMILY 2003 6: 123-140 Jahn, E., Thompson, C., Kopelman, R., Prottas, D.
Title: Rationale and Construct Validity Evidence For a Measure of Perceived Organizational Family Support (POFS):Because purported work practices may not reflect reality.