Leonard Burg
journalism; psychology
Location: New York, NY, USA
School: pace university
Major: journalism; psychology

Leonard Burg

LEONARD H BURG
626 Riverside Dr, 4-0  New York, NY 10031  ------------  ------------  ------------

WORK EXPERIENCE

(2017-present) – Founder, President – Innerspire Therapeutics, Inc.
Inform/train people/organizations to adapt more holistic lifestyles, plan and resolve conflicts

(1979-present) – Independent Holistic Educator; Soul Therapist - Psycho-Spiritual Coach-Consultant
• Inform/train people/organizations to adapt more holistic lifestyles, plan and resolve conflicts
• Help clients overcome obstacles to personal/professional growth, by uprooting inner body/mind patterns and complexes

(2011-present) – President, STOP the destruction of the World, NA, Inc, NEW YORK, NY
Shepherded reorganization of tax exempt non-profit re Psycho-Socio Pathology and global Peace, Justice and Sustainability

(7/07 – 10/15) – Project & Operations Coordinator, Pace University – Division for Student Success, NEW YORK, NY
• Organized high level assignments for AVP of Undergraduate Education in support of student success
• Managed initiation of new projects/Initiatives and best practices research enhancing retention of at-risk students
• Served as Information Management Officer for Division, augmenting use and upgrade of technology in Division programs
• Directed, shaped vision and recruited/managed/trained advisors and support staff for new “Office for Student Success”
• Produced retention reports for university Provost and President; coordinated professional development workshops
• Created key databases, surveys and processes, identifying and alleviating unresolved issues for thousands of students

(8/06 – 7/07) – Interim Director - Student Accounts, Pace University – Office of Student Assistance (OSA), NEW YORK, NY
• With one day’s notice joined interim team to help stabilize major university department in transition
• Supervised 7 Staff Advisors and Associate/Assistant directors; mediated disputes between/among OSA staff members
• Coordinated recruiting, hiring of 13 OSA professional staff; set up databases, reports and problem resolution Call Center

(1/98 – 8/06) – E-Recruiting Associate, Pace University – Career Services, NEW YORK, NY
• Guided on-campus recruiting in transition from manual to on-line recruiting system serving over 900 students and 100+ employers per semester, coordinating over 100 web/recruiting schedules and 1,000 interviews per semester
• Liaised with corporate recruiters; supervised/trained support staff; designed/conducted Recruiting workshops

(1972-present) – Director/Officer/Consultant, (Reorganizing/Revitalizing) Community Human Service Programs, NEW YORK, NY
• (1998-2012) – United Nations Rep, A Centre for the World Religions - NY, Inc: Organized NY chapter and negotiated NGO status of international, non-profit; organized UNO peace forums, lectures and meditation instruction
• (1996-1997) – Supervisor, Roper Starch Manhattan Phone Center: Managed, trained, supported, increased productivity of evening shift telephone interviewers for Arbitron Radio Ratings Project  Prepared critical time sensitive statistical reports
• (1986-1996) – Co-founder, Board member, Vice President, Sserulanda New York, Inc: Organized USA affiliate of international non-profit foundation based in Uganda East Africa to secure resources towards ecological development
• (1985-1986) – Director, Epworth Multi-Service Senior Citizen’s Center: Successfully Orchestrated new schedule of meaningful programs for seniors in Bronx, NY program in danger of closing
• (1984-1985) – Director, East Harlem Interfaith Youth Enterprise Project: Re-organized and extended the life of an inner city, struggling business that employed and trained neighborhood youths and residents
• (1983-1984) – Director, Intercultural Resources Development, Inc: Managed East Harlem, NY job training project and neighborhood preservation housing program  organized/trained parents to save buildings in danger of abandonment
• (1973-1979 – Program Director, City College YMCA Mini Institute Academy: Managed schedule and program for year-round education, training program for 700+ inner city high school, college, and elementary youths labeled unteachable
• (1972-1973) – National Urban League, Director - Youth & Student Affairs: helped to increase youths’ participation on NUL national Board and 100+ local affiliate Boards  facilitated youth internships and Motivation Achievement training

EDUCATION:
• Certificate – Teach basic principles of Analytical Trilogy/ Psycho-Socio Pathology – Keppe & Pacheco College, Brazil
• BA with Distinction – Major in Liberal Studies – Psychology, Journalism – Pace University, NEW YORK, NY
• Certificate – Hands-on project management – Pace University, NEW YORK, NY

tutor, writing, reading_comprehension, planning