Job Title: Adjunct Professor
Company: Albers School of Business & Economics, Seattle University
Industry: Consulting, Utilities, Nonprofits
Mentor Since: Fall 2011
Will Mentor: Graduate Students, Bridge MBA Students
Guide project managers and executives in organizations deploying major changes to their workforce.
Change management advisory services.
2010 to Present - Adjunct professor in Albers programs at Seattle U and Principal, Change Consulting Associates
2013 to 2015 - EY, transformation advisor
1994 to 2009 - Accenture, Partner in change management
1980 to 1993 - Puget Sound Energy manager
1977 to 1979 - Seattle City Light, rate analyst
1976 to 1977 - Metro, water quality intern
1976 to 1979 - U of W, doctoral studies in urban history and energy policy
1974 to 1976 - Portland State University, Master Urban Studies (Economics and Social Psychology)
1974 - Portland State University, Bachelor of Science (Philosophy and System Science)
Mentoring Objectives & Scope
Discussion of how to apply change management principles in academic and professional activities and/or coaching on how to be an effective consultant or leader.
When and where do you hold meetings with your students?
Wherever is most convenient for them.
My latest favorite quote: "I aspire to being downwardly mobile."