After almost 25 years in Higher Education leadership, in 2008 I formed my own consulting company to leverage my expertise to a wider audience of colleges and universities. My goal now is to find a full-time position in Higher Education leadership -- or to perform Consulting services for them -- in my three areas of expertise. I am in a position to add value (strategic, process-driven) in these vital areas, together or severally:
* Establishment and executive management of strong, quality, academically rigorous, revenue-producing International Program Centers, with particular emphasis on P.R. China;
* Institutional and Marketing Research; coordination of collection of system-wide data and information; statistical analysis and research methodology expertise made available for institutional use, for marketing, and in the classroom. (I have developed a reputation for being able to teach statistical analysis successfully to math-phobes.)
* Regional, Quality- and process-based accreditation, including leadership and analysis of processes for Assessment of Student Learning.
STATISTICAL ANALYSIS & RESEARCH METHODS: research method, statistical analysis, results reporting; strong communication (writing, public speaking) skills; training/teaching to diverse audiences including the math-fearful; institutional research; and graphical representation of data.
HIGHER EDUCATION: International programs; institutional research; assessment of student learning; regional accreditation (both quality-based, continuous improvement models and traditional methods.
The Proctor Agency
Currently holds this position
Educational Institution; 201-500 employees; Higher Education industry 2010 – Present (1 year)
1985 – 2008 (23 years)
The Midland Symphony Orchestra
1981 – 1985 (4 years)
EducationWayne State University
1994 – 2001
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
B.A., Speech Communications
1969 – 1973
1966 – 1969