Adjunct, Environmental Studies
Sustainably achieving an organizational vision is simultaneously a big challenge and a big opportunity, requiring just the right mix of engagement, energy, expectation, and expertise in order to be successful over the long term. It is fully as much about process as it is product. Interestingly, the very same things can be said about achieving one’s vision as a graduate student.
When not wearing my Adjunct Faculty hat in the Management, Environmental Studies and Sustainability, and Education departments, I consult locally, regionally, and nationally with organizations that work in some way with the environment, education, human service, social justice, and sustainability to address a variety of the organizational development challenges they face. You can learn a bit more about that work by visiting my consulting practice’s website at www.drcconsulting.biz. Through my dual roles as teacher and consultant, I try to assist and support both the students and the organizations I work with to learn, grow, and develop in ways that allow them to achieve their goals and realize their dreams.
- M.Ed., Organizational Teaching and Learning Environments, Harvard University
- B.S., Human and Natural Resource Management and Education, University of Maine
- Graduate Certificate: Organizational Development, Nonprofit Leadership, Antioch University New England
- Graduate Certificate: Human Resource Management, Leadership and Management, Professional Coaching - University of New Hampshire Graduate School of Professional Development and Training
- Registered Organizational Development Professional, International Society for Organizational Development and Change
- Principles of Sustainable Systems
- Sustainability Leadership
- Program Evaluation
- MBA Practicum
- Educating for Sustainability Practicum