Business, Leadership & Management Faculty


Stuart Webber

Stuart Webber, PhD, MBA, CPA, CMA
Professor & Chair of Business, Leadership & Management
Contact: 425.249.4769, stuart.webber@TLC.edu

A certified public accountant with nearly two decades of financial experience with companies such as Hewlett-Packard and Bank of America, students appreciate Dr. Webber’s ability to combine real world experience, an ethical compass, and strong academic preparation. He holds an M.B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley, and a master’s in public accountancy from the University Washington. He completed a Ph.D. through the Copenhagen Business School. Read full biography.



Dr. Karen Buehlmaier

Dr. Karen Buehlmaier
Faculty in Business, Leadership & Management

With over 20 years of college teaching and business consulting experience, Dr. Buehlmaier is known for her scholarly, yet practical, approach to issues in today’s business environment. She teaches courses in human resource leadership and nonprofit fund raising and grant writing. Read full biography.



Tom Larsen

Tom Larsen
Affiliate Faculty in Business, Leadership & Management

Tom Larson has several decades of experience in the areas of education, business and non-profit organization management. Throughout his professional career, Larsen has been shaping people’s lives and helping organizations achieve their strategic goals through his personal approach to leadership, teaching, coaching and mentoring. His extensive background in educational program administration, staffing, communications, community relations and student development directly relate and are transferable to responsibilities in fields of education, business and non-profit organizations. He holds an M.B.A. from National University in San Diego.



Bob Walters

Bob Walters
Affiliate Faculty in Business, Leadership & Management

For over 30 years, Professor Walters' approach to management has been to teach his team how to analyse problems and come up with more efficient solutions. He applies that experience to the classroom, providing real-world examples of how to accomplish work. His education has been continuous since earning a M.S. in Computer Science from Washington University in St. Louis.