Adjunct professor at John f kennedy university

  1. Mitchell Friedman, Ed.D., APR

    Title
    Associate Dean, Student Affairs and Career Development, Presidio Graduate School
    Demographic info
    San Francisco Bay Area | Higher Education
    Current:
    Associate Dean, Career Development and Student Affairs; Career Coach/Career Services Consultant at Presidio Graduate School, Director at Northern California Institute of Advanced Advertising Studies, Principal at Mitchell Friedman Communications
    Past:
    Adjunct Professor at University of California, Davis Graduate School of Management, Adjunct Instructor (Online) at West Virginia University, Adjunct Instructor at John F. Kennedy University, Adjunct Professor (Online) at Ashford University, Adjunct Instructor (Online) at Brandman University - Chapman University System, President at Phi Delta Kappa (Chapter 1484), Director of MBA Career Services/Professional Development at University of San Francisco, Term Assistant Professor at University of San Francisco, Reviewer at Academy of Management, Career Coach at The Job Forum of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, Adjunct Professor, MBA Program and Communication Studies at University of San Francisco, Instructor at American Management Association, Immediate Past President at National Speakers Association/Northern California, President, Northern California Chapter at National Speakers Association, Instructor at Stanford University, Instructor at University of California, Berkeley Extension, Vice President, Communications at PRSA/San Francisco Chapter, Chair at San Francisco Public Relations Roundtable, Instructor at San Jose State University, Instructor at Golden Gate University, District, Area, Club Officer at Toastmasters International, Participant at Leadership San Francisco, Member, Board of Directors at National Association of Real Estate Editors (NAREE), Founder and Commissioner at Bay Area Street Hockey (BASH), Public Relations Manager at Scientific Certification Systems, Associate at Neale-May & Partners, Director of Administrative Services, Summer School Director at The Junior Statesmen Foundation
    Education:
    Brandeis University, Stanford University, University of San Francisco
    Summary:
    Prowess in graduate degree program administration, with emphasis on forging partnerships with external organizations and oversight of co-curricular and extracurricular initiatives. Celebrated as skilled career adviser and consummate networker with longstanding professional relationships across public and private sectors. Known as high energy, enthusiastic, and tireless advocate for students and as collaborative partner with colleagues across departments and functions in higher education environments. Achieved outstanding evaluations during 15 years as instructor of undergraduate and graduate business courses offered in online, hybrid, and traditional classroom formats. Earned Doctorate in Education with focus on organization and leadership. Accredited in Public Relations.
    Mitchell Friedman, Ed.D., APR
  2. Dr. Michael W. Popejoy, MBA, Ph.D., M.P.H., M.S., FRSPH

    Title
    Guest Editor; Journal of Public Affairs Education--Deans of Public Administration/Public Affairs NASPPA
    Demographic info
    Miami/Fort Lauderdale Area | Government Administration
    Current:
    Special Edition Guest Editor--Deans of Public Administration/Public Affairs Programs at NASPAA, Book Series Editor for both Public Administration and Public Health at Nova Science Publishers, Inc. New York, Chair-elect, Public Health Forum at Association of University Programs in Health Administration, National Blog Writer at American Society for Public Administration (ASPA), Member, Editorial Board at International Journal of Medical Sciences and Biotechnology, Member, International Scientific Committee, Cambodian Society of Infectious and Tropical Diseases at Cambodian Society of Infectious and Tropical Diseases, Member, Editorial Board at Global Journal of Medicine and Public Health, Contributing Health Writer at STAY SAFE with Dr Sandra El Hajj (Health Awareness Magazine in Lebanon & Gulf area), Chair-elect for Public Health Forum at Association for University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA), Editor, Newsletter and Conference Proceedings at Association for Middle Eastern Public Policy and Administration (AMEPPA), Editorial Board and Contributor at Global Journal of Medicine and Public Health, Editorial Board at Health (Journal), Editorial Board and Contributor at Open Journal of Business and Management, Editor and Author (Book) at Critical and Emerging Global Public Policy Issues, Editor and Author (Book) at Police Community Leadership, Co-Editor at Public Administration and Public Health: Shared Attributes, and Inevitable Partnerships, Editor-in-Chief at Review of European Studies, Editorial Board at Journal of Health Administration Education, Chair, Section on Health Care Policy and Medicine at Association for Middle Eastern Public Policy and Administration (AMEPPA), Editor-in-Chief at Review of European Studies, Associate Graduate Faculty at Central Michigan University, Global Campus, Editorial Board and Former Book Review Editor at Journal of Public Administration Education, Advisor (US) at International Advisory Board of the Royal Society for Public Health (UK), Adjunct Professor at Florida Atlantic University, Course Instructional Designer and Instructor at CMU Clinical Research Administration (MSA Program), Editorial Board Member and Special Issue Co-Editor at Journal of Public Affairs Education (JPAE), Editorial Board and Contributor at Journal of Health and Human Services Administration, Co-Editor (Book) at Global Public Health Policy (June 2013), Member, Executive Committee at Section on Complexity and Network Studies (American Society for Public Administration), Contributor--Postcard from America at Perspectives in Public Health (UK), Editorial Board and Conference Paper Reviewer at Journal of Ethnographic and Qualitative Research and Annual Conference, Fellow at Royal Society for Public Health (UK), Assistant Editor and Book Review Editor at White House Studies, Assistant Editor and Book Review Editor at White House Studies, Associate Graduate Faculty (OffCampus Programs) at Central Michigan University, Editorial Board at Public Voices
    Past:
    Adjunct Professor in Health Sciences at Midwestern State University, CCD (Curriculum Consultant and Instructional Designer--Temp) at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Discussion Papers and Case Studies Editor at The Innovation Journal (Canada), Editorial Board Member at Universitas psychologica, Adjunct Professor of Public Health at Florida International University, Professor at Strayer University, Scientific Review Panel Member at Congressional Directed Medical Research Program, Department of Defense, U.S. Army Medical Research, Professor/Department Chair at Pfeiffer University, Professor/Department Chair at Pfeiffer University, Program Reviewer and Team Leader--Community Development Program at U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, CMU Professor and Faculty Advisor at U.S. Southern Command Headquarters, Professor, Department Chair, President of the Faculty Senate at Palm Beach Atlantic University, CMU Professor -- Strategic Planning and Strategic Leadership at U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Forces School Ft. Bragg, CMU Professor in Strategic Leadership at U.S. Army Command and General Staff College
    Education:
    National Association of Academic Affairs Administrators, Cornell University Administrative Management Institute, National Institutes of Health (NIH), University of Central Florida, National Defense University, USAF Air Command and Staff College, Randolph Community College, Florida Wing CAP Officer Training Academy, CAP Region Staff College, CAP National Staff College Maxwell AFB, AL, USAF Squadron Officers College, USAF-USCG National SAR School Governors Island, N.Y., US. Naval War College, Strayer University-Maryland, Florida International University, Florida International University, Florida Atlantic University, Barry University
    Summary:
    I see myself as a full service professor in academic program development and I am a certified course designer in Blackboard, student advisement/counsel, research, teaching, and polymath interests in the integration of similar yet diverse disciplines such as the disciplines of public administration and public health. I am involved in journal editing work and writing in both public administration and public health (book in print June 30, 2013), and police leadership (book under development) and student success (book under development), and public administration/public health partnerships (book forthcoming in late 2013), and current issues in public health (book forthcoming in late 2013). I am a full time online professor at one university and a part-time online professor at three others, and I am continuing to develop international connections in publishing, journals, teaching, and research with international colleagues met through LinkedIn. Currently, I am looking for chapter authors: (1.) police leaders who are interested in and have experience in police community leadership and community policing methods. (2.) public health/public administration partnership initiatives globally (3.) emerging and current critical global issues in public health (4.) chapters for a student success book for college and graduate students Send letter of interest and chapter abstract to dr_popejoy@hotmail.com for immediate consideration I am also seeking Book Reviews for the journal White House Studies I am seeking scholarly articles for The Innovation Journal and Review of European Studies journal Please send ideas or abstract for consideration for publication
    Dr. Michael W. Popejoy, MBA, Ph.D., M.P.H., M.S., FRSPH
  3. Terry Gregory, MA, SSBB

    Title
    Experienced Executive & Leadership Coach, Organization Effectiveness Consultant, Certified Six Sigma Black Belt
    Demographic info
    Greater Atlanta Area | Management Consulting
    Current:
    Senior Partner at CHITA Strategies Inc.
    Past:
    Leadership Development Consultant & Life Coach at Strategies for Desired Outcomes (SFDO), Partner at CHITA Strategies, Adjunct Professor at University of San Francisco, Director, Training & Development at Counterpane Internet Security, Sr. OD Consultant at Will Schutz Associates, Adjunct Professor at John F. Kennedy University, Senior Management Consultant at The ONYX Group, Leadership Development Coach at Stanford Graduate School of Business, Landmark Education - ILP Leader / Volunteer at Landmark Education, Director, Software Development, Worldwide CRM Support Systems at Oracle Corporation
    Education:
    Borough of Manhattan Community College, NTL Institute, University of San Francisco, John F. Kennedy University, Capella University, Georgia State University
    Terry Gregory, MA, SSBB
  4. Jeremy Cohen

    Title
    Founder & Director at ThisWorldMusic LLC
    Demographic info
    Greater Boston Area | Performing Arts
    Current:
    Clinician (Graduate Level) at Gordon College, Adjunct Professor at Westfield State College, Adjunct Professor at Central Connecticut State University, Artist Educator at Massachusetts Department of Youth Services, Board of Directors at Young Audiences of Massachusetts, Adjunct Professor at University of Massachusetts Amherst, Music Specialist at ZUMIX, Founder & Director at ThisWorldMusic LLC
    Past:
    Clinician at Boston Symphony Orchestra, Featured Presenter at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Adjunct Professor at University of Southern Maine, Teaching Artist at Young Audiences of Massachusetts, Adjunct Faculty at Boston Arts Academy, Music Director, Umana Middle School at Boston Public Schools
    Education:
    Dagbe Cultural Institute, New England Conservatory of Music, University of California, Berkeley
    Summary:
    Jeremy Cohen is a Boston-based percussionist, teaching artist and arts entrepreneur. He is founder and director of ThisWorldMusic® LLC which partners with educational institutions and arts organizations to offer innovative, hands-on cultural learning experiences. Clients and affiliates include: The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, The Boston Symphony Orchestra, Knox College, University School of Milwaukee, University of Rhode Island, Saint Mary’s College of California, New England Conservatory, Sarah Lawrence College and school districts nationwide, including Memphis, TN; Oakland, CA; Providence, RI; and Boston, MA. A former middle school music director, Mr. Cohen works with incarcerated youth through the Massachusetts Department of Youth Services and is adjunct professor of Music at Central Connecticut State University (graduate level), Westfield State University and UMass Amherst (graduate level), where he designs and leads music and dance cultural field study courses in Ghana, West Africa. He sits on the Young Audiences Board of Directors and has consulted for The School District of Philadelphia and The Center for Music National Service. He holds a B.A. in Music from U.C. Berkeley and a M.M. in Composition from New England Conservatory and studied traditional music and dance in Ghana.
    Jeremy Cohen
  5. John Ford

    Title
    John Ford & Associates
    Demographic info
    San Francisco Bay Area | Human Resources
    Education:
    University of Cape Town
    Summary:
    John is an experienced workplace mediator and trainer. He is in the process of publishing a guide book on workplace mediation for HR managers. John studied law at the University of Cape Town before moving to Namibia where he practiced from 1988 to 1995. Initially he focused on the representation of survivors of human rights abuses, before focusing on employment and family law after Namibian Independence in 1990. After moving to the California in 1996, John set about getting trained as a mediator. Since then John has successfully mediated hundreds’ of disputes in the workplace. He has also worked with numerous teams that are held back by the inability to deal with conflict. He has mediated for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and currently specializes in the mediation of informal discrimination disputes in the Federal Sector. John has provided training to thousands of employees in the workplace, at all levels, across a wide range of industries. His workshops have focused on mediation, negotiation, facilitation, conflict resolution, emotional intelligence, and customer service. He is the current trainer of the two day Mastering Workplace Mediation seminar to members of the Northern California HR Association. It is this training that inspired him to write his book, Peace at Work: The HR Managers Guide To Workplace Mediation. John teaches negotiation at UC Berkeley School of Law ,mediation to graduate business and psychology students at Golden Gate University and organizational collaboration online through Creighton University. Mr. Ford is a past president of the Association For Dispute Resolution of Northern California (ADRNC). He was the managing editor of www.mediate.com from 2000 to 2011. Currently, he is a member of the Association for Conflict Resolution and the ADRNC. . Specialties: Training HR Managers the Skill of Internal Workplace Mediation, Customer Service Training, Workplace Mediation
    John Ford
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