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Heath Whitehouse

(620) 241-0723 ext. 341


  • The Art of Followership,
  • The Road to Serfdom,


  • Macroeconomics,
  • Leadership Development,
  • Human Resource Management,
  • Organizational Behavior


  • Economics,
  • Long Walks on the Beach,
  • Bow Hunting

CC ’09

Division Chair of the Business Department, Faculty Athletic Advisor (FAR)

BSB, Central Christian College, McPherson, KS; BS, Central Christian College, McPherson, KS; MBA, Kansas Wesleyan University; Ph.D. candidate, Bellevue University, Bellevue, NE ,


After completing my 10th year as a Business Instructor at Central Christian College of Kansas in McPherson, KS, I cannot wait to continue instructing students about the ins and outs of the business realm. I am originally from Sapulpa, Oklahoma where I grew up playing soccer. This passion is how I was first introduced to Central Christian College. I was a four-year letterman and earned honors both on and off the field. I fell in love with the school and its people. After a season, I was given an opportunity to return back to Central on the opposite side of the desk as an instructor. As I completed my Master of Business Administration at Kansas Wesleyan, I knew being part of academia was one of my life’s calling. Central gave me an opportunity to shape young leaders and students as a professor for over a decade, advisor of over 100+ students, head advisor for the business club for eight years, and the Faculty Athletic Representative for the last 5 years for over 300 student-athletes. These responsibilities and others have challenged me to further my educational, leadership, and adaptability skills while learning to adjust and meet unique tests almost daily. I love the classroom and its opportunities for learning and growth. I have one of the best jobs in the world.


It amazes me looking at pictures around my office of my college coach giving me instruction on the field, to my coaches photo of Centrals first home night game, to the provost handing me my department chair gavel, and to the announcement of the President starting a graduate program developed out of my division with the same two individuals involved. The progression and journey that I have been on in the development of the college has been an enjoyable ride.

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