Psychologist
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Location: Palatine, IL, USA
School: The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Major: International Psychology

Psychologist

CURRICULUM VITAE
EDUCATION
2014 Ph.D. International Psychology, Trauma Services
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Dissertation: Intercultural Dialogue, Acculturation Models, and the Dynamics of the Bulgarian Acculturation Process
Certificate: Trauma Services
Dissertation Chair: Professor Vincent Sezibera.

2010 M.A. Industrial Organizational Psychology
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Thesis: Corporate Ethics and Affirmative Action Backlash
Certificate: Workplace Diversity
Supervisor: Professor Judith Pelham.

2007 B.A. Honors Philosophy, Northeastern Illinois University.
Thesis: Scheler & Kant, the Categorical Imperative, and the Principle of Einfuhlung.
Supervisor: Professor Mark Gilman.

1995 B.S. Honors Social Science, Colorado State University
Thesis: Theories of Social &Cultural Identity in the Reality of Globalization.
Supervisor: Professor Jim Oriolo.

EMPLOYMENT
2016-Present Adjunct Professor, Online/Divine Mercy University

2015-Present Field Inspector, Clarke

2007-Present Private Consultant; Organizational Psychology

2001-2008 Database Administration; AMC
SCHOLARLY AND PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

Current American Psychological Association.
International Psychology, Division 52
Industrial/Organizational Psychology, SIOP Division



2012-2014 Max Scheler Society of North America

Vice-Chair of the Ambassadors Club; the Chicago School of Professional Psychology


SCHOLARLY & PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
PUBLICATIONS: JOURNALS

2012 Colorectal Cancer Knowledge, Attitudes, Screening, and Intergenerational Communication among Nikkei Families: An Exploratory, Community-Based Participatory Research (JAG-12-0027) Journal of Applied Gerontology (2013)







PUBLICATIONS: GENERAL ACADEMIC
2014 Intercultural Dialogue, Acculturation Models, and the Dynamics of the Bulgarian Acculturation Process; Chicago School of Professional Psychology



REFEREED CONFERENCES
2014 “Intercultural Dialogue, Acculturation Models, and the Dynamics of the Bulgarian Acculturation Process” for conference 2014 Graduate Research Forum, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Chicago, IL.


2012
“Surrealism & Psychology” a seminar with Surrealist Art presented at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology Art and Psychology Conference. Chicago, IL
Supervisor: Katia Mitova


INVITED CONFERENCES
2007 “Scheler & Kant, the Categorical Imperative, and the Principle of Einfuhlung” at American Philosophical Association Conference, Palmer House, Chicago, IL.

2006 “The Buddhist Concept of Anicca and the Self/Non-Self” at Southeastern Illinois University Undergraduate Philosophy Conference, Southeastern Illinois University, Edwardsville, IL.





PROFESSIONAL CONSULTING
INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
2014 Director:Nancy Kastl, SPR Companies, Presentation on Performance Excellence.

2007- Various companies and clients; Presentations on Authentic Management Leadership, Organizational Team Dynamics, and Corporate Ethics

Experience with evaluation modules: DiSC, Leadership Effectiveness Assessment, Coping and Stress profiles, Thomas Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument, Kolb Learning Style Inventory, OCI







TEACHING
GRADUATE & UNDERGRADUATE COURSES
Adjunct Psychology Online Instructor 2016

Professional Faculty Program 2014


United States Navy/ USS JOHN F KENNEDY CV-67


1993-1995 Military Intelligence Methodology

1993-1995 Military History

1993-1995 Strategy & Tactics: World War II Generalship

1993-1995 Analysis of German and Japanese WWII Strategic Planning

1993-1995 Analysis of Modern Political Systems

1993-1995 Military Briefs on 1992 Bosnian Crisis

1993-1995 European Strategic Diplomacy 1938-1939

1993-1995 Strategic Options of Imperial Japan 1941

1993-1995 Diplomacy before WWI 1890-1914

Intelligence Briefer: 1994-1995





CERTIFICATIONS
2014 With Distinction Preparing Future Psychology Faculty Program, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Supervisor Dr. Orlando Taylor & Dr. Theodore Schulz.

PF201: History and Devlopment of Higher Education and Faculty Roles within Diverse Institutions

PF202: Lecturing and Beyond: Teaching, Research, and Service

PF203: Issues of Diversity in Teaching, Learning, and Research Curriculums

PF204: Grantsmanship

PF205: Pathways to the Professoriate

PF206: Faculty Roles in Governance

PF2 Shadowing Element: General Psychology & Abnormal Psychology

12 August 2016

Organizational Psychologist