Certified Project Management Professional by PMI; Certified Quality Engineer (like Six Sigma black belt) by ASQ; Ph.D. in psychology from University of Notre Dame and adjunct professor at a variety of universities across the country teaching on topics of decision-making, personal and organizational transformation. Recent teaching engagements include: (1) For Kaplan University’s e-learning MBA program, courses on operations management, decision-making, strategic HR, and training/development; (2) For the GS, course on decision making for the CIA. Recent appointments include: Board member of Indian Creek School-Crofton MD, May 2013 – present, US Department of Agriculture Graduate School, Advisory Board Member, 2006 to Present; Washington Area Corporate University Consortium, Board Member, 2004 to 2006 and TECHLEARN, Advisory Board Member, 2004 to 2005. Additional academic degrees include: post-doctorate in Management, University of Alabama, M.S. in Psychology, University of Wisconsin, B.S. in Psychology, Chemistry, and Biology, University of WI; additional College Courses, University of Toledo; Army Management Staff College, US Army. Have numerous publications and speaking engagements on topics associated with change, organizational learning, organizational structure, organizational design, modeling, strategic planning, and performance management. Has active top-secret security clearance; Licencesd psychologist in the States of NC and Florida and formerly in WI, PA and MO; and Certified psychologist by the National Health Register for Pschology since 1981.