Julie Henriquez


PhD, Human Resource Education, LSU, 2017

MS, Human Resource Education, LSU, 2005

BS, International Trade and Finance, LSU, 2003

Phone:  225.578.0102

Email: jhenri1@lsu.edu

Office:  287 Coates Hall


Julie J. Henriquez, Ph.D. is an Instructor in the School of Leadership and Human Resource Development at Louisiana State University.  She received her PhD in Human Resource Education with a concentration in Leadership and Human Resource Development from Louisiana State University in May 2017. Her dissertation research focused on the experience of Latina faculty as they navigate the tenure process, specifically on the role of engagement in successfully achieving tenure. As a Latina and emerging Human Resource Development scholar, Dr. Henriquez’ research interests focus on multicultural leadership, cultural competence and organizational culture in the workplace.

Dr. Henriquez has presented at national conferences, including the American Association of Blacks in Higher Education (AABHE) annual conference.  Dr. Henriquez serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Research Initiatives. She is a member of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), and serves as the Louisiana State co-representative for the NASPA Region III Latinx Knowledge Community. At the institutional level, Dr. Henriquez serves as co-chair of the Diversity Action Team and as a Tiger Success Network mentor for first-year students.


HRE 2723, 2724- Introduction to Leadership Development

HRE 3723, 3724- Leadership Concepts and Principles

HRE 4723, 4724- Advanced Leadership Development

HRE 4804- Professional Development Internship, HRE Majors

HRE 4805- Making the Transition from College to Work

HRE 4808- Leadership Development Internship, Non- HRE Majors

Selected Presentations

Henriquez, J., & Robinson, P. (2017).  Puente to Tenure: Latina Faculty Navigating the Tenure Process. Presentation, American Association of Blacks in Higher Education (AABHE) Annual Conference. Raleigh, NC.  

Henriquez, J. (2016).  Como Subes La Escalera? Latina Student Affairs Staff Engagement and Leadership Progression in Higher Education. Poster Presentation, ACUHO-I Annual Conference.  Seattle, WA.

Professional/Community Services

Journal of Research Initiatives, Editorial Review Board and International Conference Planning Committee    

American Educational Research Association (AERA) Division A & J, Annual Conference Proposal Reviewer                              


Louisiana State University:

Diversity Action Team, Co-Chair 

Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc., Advisor                                         

Tiger Success Network, Mentor

Awards and Honors

LSU 2017 Martin Luther King Unsung Hero Award    

NASPA Latino/a/x Knowledge Community 2016 Outstanding Graduate Student Award                               

Forever LSU 2016 Ring Award Recipient                         

LSU Division of Student Life & Enrollment 2012 Transformational Leader Award

Curriculum Vita