Christina A. CLAMP


Christina Clamp has over 40 years of teaching at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU), as a professor of sociology with the School of Arts, Sciences and Education and is the director of the Center for Co-operatives and Community Economic Development. Professor Clamp has served as a consultant to various clients including the National Cooperative Bank (Washington DC), and US Department of Agriculture Rural Development. She has been actively involved in promoting the study of cooperatives in higher education. In 2019, Professor Clamp published Shared Services, A Qualitative Analysis with co-authors Dr. Eklou Amendah and Carol Coren (Cork: Oak Tree Press). She is currently working with Michael Peck on a coedited collection “Humanity@WorkLife: Global & Domestic Diffusion of the Mondragon Cooperative Ecosystem Experience”.