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DONALD HOWARD HORNER, JR.
CURRICULUM VITAE

PERSONAL INFORMATION

Name


Donald Howard Horner, Jr.

Current Positions


Chief Athletics Officer / Director of Athletics
Professor of Management, Davis College of Business
Department of Athletics

Botts Hall

Jacksonville University

Jacksonville, Florida 32202


Voice: 904.256.7672

Fax: 904.256.7463

Email: dhorner3@ju.edu
Current Permanent University Committees and Executive Board Memberships:

President’s Executive Council

Jacksonville Children’s Commission Board of Directors

Jacksonville Military Veterans Coalition

Jacksonville Sports Council

Jacksonville Youth Crisis Center Board of Directors


Current Permanent Davis College of Business Committees:

DBA Curriculum Committee

Executive MBA

Graduate Education


Family

Donell Iva Horner Spouse

Donald H. Horner, III Son

Ashley D. Horner Daughter


ACADEMIC BACKGROUND
Education
1977-1981 United States Military Academy

West Point, New York

Bachelor of Science in General Engineering

B.S. 1981




    1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Master of Science in Transportation (Systems)

M.S. 1985
Thesis: Horner, Jr., Donald H. (1985). An Analysis of the U. S. Shipping Act of 1984 and Its Potential Impact on the American Liner and International Shipping Industries.

1989-1992 Stanford University

Stanford, California

Master of Arts in Sociology

M.A. 1990
Doctor of Philosophy in Sociology

Ph.D. 1992

[Organizational Theory and Social Psychology]
Dissertation: Horner, Jr., Donald H. (1992). The Romance of Leadership: Transformational and Transactional References to the Organizational Leader Following Extreme Outcomes.
1994-1995 United States Army Command and General Staff College

Fort Leavenworth, Kansas

Master Strategist Designation

Graduate 1995



ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE
1985-1986 Adjunct Professor

Christopher Newport University

Department of Management and Marketing

Newport News, Virginia


Undergraduate course taught:

Principles of Transportation Management


1990-1991 Teaching Assistant

Stanford University

Department of Sociology

Stanford, California


Undergraduate courses taught:

Interpersonal Relations

Social Psychology and Social Structure
Graduate course taught:

Seminar on Interpersonal Relations


1991-1992 Instructor

Stanford University

Department of Sociology

Stanford, California


Undergraduate course taught:

Sociology of the Military


1992-1994 Assistant Professor

Acting Director of Sociology Programs

United States Military Academy

Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership

West Point, New York


Undergraduate courses taught:

Advanced Individual Study in Leadership

Leading Organizations Through Change

Organizational Leadership

Social Psychology

Social Stratification


Graduate course taught:

Organizational Culture and Socialization


2000-2005 Associate Professor
Head, Leadership Development Department

Director, Leadership Development Program

Director, Leadership Development Minor

The Pennsylvania State University

School of Design, Technology, and Professional Programs

University Park, Pennsylvania


Awarded faculty status in these colleges and schools:

College of Engineering

Science, Technology, and Society Program

Department of Sociology

Schreyer Honors College
Undergraduate courses taught:

Advanced Individual Study in Leadership

Complex Organizations

Creativity, Innovation, and Change

Entrepreneurial Leadership

Freshman Leadership Seminar

Individual Leadership Experience

Leadership Forum

Leadership Principles
2005-2006 Adjunct Professor

Naval Postgraduate School

Graduate School of Business and Public Policy

Monterey, California


Graduate courses taught:

Models of Leadership in Complex Organizations


2005-2009 Distinguished Professor of Leadership Education

The Class of 1961 Endowed Chair
Director, Company Officer Graduate Education Program

[Joint program with the University of Maryland]

Department of Leadership, Ethics, and Law

United States Naval Academy

Annapolis, Maryland
Undergraduate courses taught:

Leadership Theory and Application

Advanced Leadership Theory and Application

Officership Seminar

Race, Gender, and Ethnicity

Boxing


Introduction to Sociology

Leadership in Groups and Complex Organizations

Social Psychology

Engineering Leadership



2006-2009 Professor

Director, Company Officer Graduate Education Program

[Joint program with the United States Naval Academy]

Department of Sociology

College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

University of Maryland-College Park

College Park, Maryland


Graduate courses taught:

Sociology of the Academy and the Brigade


2006-Present Adjunct Professor

Graduate School of Management and Technology

University of Maryland-University College

Adelphia, Maryland


Graduate courses taught:

Leadership and Decision Making

Leading in a Technological Society

Intercultural Communication and Leadership

Organizational Theory and Behavior
2009-2013 Davis Professor of Management

Endowed Leadership Chair
Director, Davis Leadership Center

Davis College of Business

Jacksonville University
Graduate courses taught:

Holistic Leadership and Sustainable High Performance (EMBA)

Leadership Development Portfolio (MBA)

Leadership Simulation (MBA)

Leading Strategic Change (EMBA)

Teamwork and Organizational Change (MBA)

Interpersonal Relationships and Team Dynamics (EMBA)

Responsible Leadership (MBA)

Global Corporate Strategy I (MBA)

Global Corporate Strategy II (MBA)


2011-2013 Education Commissioner

Office of Mayor Alvin Brown

City of Jacksonville

Jacksonville, Florida


Davis Professor of Management

Endowed Leadership Chair

[sabbatical]
2013-2014 Chief Government and Community Affairs Officer

Office of the President


Professor of Management

Davis College of Business

Jacksonville University
2014-Present Chief Athletics Officer / Director of Athletics

Jacksonville University


Professor of Management

Davis College of Business

Jacksonville University
Graduate courses taught:

Holistic Leadership and Sustainable High Performance (EMBA)

Leading Strategic Change (EMBA)

Teamwork and Organizational Change (MBA)

Responsible Leadership (MBA)

Global Corporate Strategy I (MBA)

Global Corporate Strategy II (MBA)

Organizational Development, Transformation, and Change (DBA)


Undergraduate course taught:

Business Strategy (Adult Development Program)(BA)



PUBLICATIONS
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (1985). An Analysis of the U. S. Shipping Act of 1984 and Its Potential Impact on the American Liner and International Shipping Industries. Master’s thesis. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. and Henry S. Marcus. (1986). Adventures in Intermodalism: Double-Stacking Container Trains. TRANSLOG: The Journal of Military Transportation Management. June: p. 10 - 13.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (1986). Federal Regulation of the Liner Industry: The Shipping Act of 1984. TRANSLOG: The Journal of Military Transportation Management. December: p. 4 - 8.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (1988). Military Applications for Double-Stacking Railcars. Technical report number OA 87-4b-35. Military Traffic Management Command, Transportation Engineering Agency, Newport News, Virginia.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (1992). The Romance of Leadership: Transformational and Transactional References to the Organizational Leader Following Extreme Outcomes. Doctoral dissertation. Stanford University, Stanford, California.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (1993). Introduction to Military Sociology: A Syllabus. In Teaching the Sociology of War and Peace, John McDougall and Helen Raisz, editors. Washington, D. C.: American Sociological Association Teaching Resources Center.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. and Henry S. Marcus. (1993). The Port of Boston. In Intermodal Movement of Marine Containers, Henry S. Marcus, editor. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, p. 77 - 119.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. and Michael T. Anderson. (1994). Integration of Homosexuals into the Armed Forces: Racial and Gender Integration as a Point of Departure. In Gays and Lesbians in the Military: Issues, Concerns, and Contrasts, Wilbur J. Scott and Sandra Carson Stanley, editors. New York: Aldine de Gruyter, p. 247 - 260.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (1995). Leader Development and Why It Remains Important. In Military Review: The Professional Journal of the U.S. Army. July - August, p. 76 - 87.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (1995). Warrior Dreams: A Book Review. In Armed Forces and Society, Volume 22, Number 2 (Winter 1995 / 1996), p. 307 - 311.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (1996). A Different Twist: Non-Rational Views of Leadership. In Military Review: The Professional Journal of the U.S. Army. November - December, p. 45 - 50.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. and Daniel M. Hancock. (1996). The 28th Transportation Battalion. In Transportation Corps Professional Bulletin. Summer: p. 24.
Horner, Jr., Donald H., Robert Kubiszewski, et al. (1997). Always Rolling in the Balkans Part I: Theater Transportation During Operation Joint Endeavor. In Transportation Corps Professional Bulletin. Summer: p. 4 - 6, 21.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. and Jack V. Matson (2001). Teaching Creativity, Innovation, and Change in the Leaderless Classroom. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference (June 2001) and the Journal of Engineering Education.
Horner, Jr., Donald H., Gül E. Okudan, Meghan Russell , and Barbara Bogue (2002).

A Study on the Cohesion and the Development Stage of Product Design Teams. Proceedings of the 2002 American Society for Engineering Education Zone I Conference (April 6-7, 2002), West Point, New York.
Horner, Jr., Donald H., Gül E. Okudan Barbara Bogue, Richard Devon, and Meghan Russell (2002). An Investigation of Gender Composition on Integrated Project Team Performance: Part II. Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering and Technology Education (INTERTECH 2002) (March 17-20, 2002), Santos, Brazil. *
* Note: this paper was also published in the Proceedings of the American Society of Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, June 16-19, 2002, Montreal, Canada.
Horner, Jr., Donald H., Arthur Athens, Brett St. George, Steve Trainor, Joy Watkins, and Kerri Chase, eds. (2004). Preparing to Lead: Principles of Self-Leadership and Organizational Dynamics. (Pearson: Upper Saddle River, New Jersey).

Horner, Jr., Donald H., Arthur Athens, Brett St. George, and Steve Trainor, eds. (2005). Leadership and Human Behavior (Pearson: Upper Saddle River, New Jersey).


Horner, Jr. Donald H. (2005). A Formal Needs Assessment of the Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Graduate Education Program. Technical Report dated 12 August 2005, United States Naval Academy, Department of Leadership, Ethics, and Law, Annapolis, Maryland.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (2006). Leadership is About Building Relationships: Exploring the Leadership Lessons in Season of Life. In Leadership Explored, Joseph J. Thomas, ed. (Naval Institute Press: Annapolis, Maryland), p. 305 - 312.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (2007). Not a Nation at War. In Baltimore Sun, September 28, 2007, Op-Ed Section, p. 1.
Horner, Jr., Donald H., Stephen C. Trainor, and David R. Segal (2008). The Enigmatic History of Sociology at the United States Naval Academy. Armed Forces and Society, volume 35, number 1 (October), p. 106 – 121.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (2009). A Failure of Leadership: Broken, Bullying Command Structure May Be Behind Surface Fleet’s Many Problems. Navy Times (March 23, 2009), p. 38-39.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (August 2009 – July 2011). Author and webmaster for one-hundred and one (101) articles and two-hundred and eight (208) comments posted at JU Davis College of Business Weblog at http://judaviscollegeofbusinessblog.ju.edu/.
Horner, Jr., Donald H.  (2010). Will Does Beat SkillJacksonville Business Journal (April 9-15), p. 25.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. and Rebecca S. Shepherd (2010). Indicators of Leadership Development in Undergraduate Military Education. Journal of Leadership Studies, volume 4, issue 2 (Summer), p. 18-30.
Horner, Jr., Donald H., Luann P. Pannell, and Dennis W. Yates (2011).  Creating a Culture for Leading and Performing in the Extreme.   In Leading in Dangerous Contexts, Patrick J. Sweeney, et al, eds. (Wiley:  New York), p. 313-333.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (2011). Teach for America: A Valuable Asset to Public Schools. Florida Times-Union (November 20, 2011), p. B-6.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. and David Hunt (2012). Lifelong Learning: City of Jacksonville as a Business Case Study. In Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on College Teaching and Learning (Spring), Ponte Vedra, Florida.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. and Patrick J. Sweeney (2012). The Proposed Change Strategy to Embed Energy Stewardship into the Army’s Culture. U.S. Army Logistics Innovation Agency (LIA), Fort Belvoir, Virginia in support of the LIA Program for Culture Change in Energy Use.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (2013). Why an Education Summit, Why Now? Florida Times-Union (February 15, 2013), p. A-9.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. and Renee Rossi (2013). “Northeast Florida Export Collaborative Global Cities Initiative.” Technical report accompanying the City of Jacksonville’s application to the Brookings Institution-JP Morgan Chase global cities initiative, p. 1-16.
Bateh, Justin, Donald H. Horner, Jr., Ardell Broadbent, David Fish (2014). Towards a Theoretical Integration of Sustainability: A Literature Review and Suggested Way Forward. Journal of Sustainability Management 2(1), p. 35-42.

COLLOQUIA AND PRESENTATIONS
Horner, Jr., Donald H. and Michael T. Anderson. (October 23, 1993). Integration of Homosexuals into the Armed Forces: Racial and Gender Integration as a Point of Departure. Presented at the Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, Baltimore, Maryland.
Horner, Jr., Donald H., John J. Taylor, et al. (February 21, 1995). Black History Month Celebration: Three Historical Perspectives of Blacks in the Army. Presented at the United States Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (December 15, 1998). A Primer on Organizational Leadership. Presented to the Transportation Engineering Agency, Military Traffic Management Command, Newport News, Virginia.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (February 16, 1999). Henry O. Flipper: The First Black Graduate of West Point. Presented at the United States Army Transportation School, Fort Eustis, Virginia.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (February 12, 2001). Building a Winning Team. Presented at the AT&T Center for Service Leadership, Leadership Development Series Workshop, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania.
Horner, Jr., Donald H., Jack V. Matson, and Wesley E. Donahue (February 27, 2001). Teaching Leadership in Non-Traditional Settings: The Penn State Engineering Approach. Presented at the 2001 Service Leadership Conference, Building Coalitions: Strengthening Social Justice Through Leadership and Diversity, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (April 26, 2001). Motivating a Winning Team. Presented at the Forest Products Society Annual Meeting, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. and Scott Kretchmar (June 11, 2001). Successful Management of Teams: Promoting Student Responsibility. Teaching and Learning Consortium, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania.
Okudan, Gül E., Donald H. Horner, Jr., and Meghan Russell (August 5-8, 2001). Injecting High Performing Team Skills into Engineering Design Teams: Is It Doable? The 5th International Conference on Engineering Design and Automation (EDA2001), Las Vegas, Nevada.
Okudan, Gül E., Donald H. Horner, Jr., and Meghan Russell (August 6-8, 2001). Achieving High Performing Engineering Design Teams: A Curriculum Intervention Study. International Conference on Engineering Education (ICEE2001), Oslo, Norway.
Okudan, Gül E., Meghan Russell, Donald H. Horner, Jr., and Barbara Bogue (November 2-3, 2001). An Investigation of Design Team's Gender Composition on Project Performance. The Mid-Atlantic Section Regional Engineering Education Conference, Staten Island University, Staten Island, New York.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (February 12, 2002). The Stages of Group Development: How to Become a High Performing Team. Presented at the AT&T Center for Service Leadership, Leadership Development Series Workshop, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania.
Horner, Jr., Donald H., Gül E. Okudan, Barbara Bogue, Richard Devon, and Meghan Russell (March 17-20, 2002). An Investigation of Gender Composition on Integrated Project Team Performance: Part II. Presented at the International Conference on Engineering and Technology Education (INTERTECH 2002), Santos, Brazil.
Horner, Jr., Donald H., Gül E. Okudan, Meghan Russell , and Barbara Bogue (April 6-7, 2002). A Study on the Cohesion and the Development Stage of Product Design Teams. Presented at the Proceedings of the 2002 American Society for Engineering Education Zone I Conference, West Point, New York.
Horner, Jr., Donald H., Gül E. Okudan, Barbara Bogue, Richard Devon, and Meghan Russell (June 16-19, 2002). An Investigation of Gender Composition on Integrated Project Team Performance: Part II. Presented at the American Society of Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, Montreal, Canada.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (May 16, 2003). Leadership Opportunities for Penn State Students: The Leadership Development Minor. Presented to the Board of Trustees, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (October 9, 2003). Ten Leadership Lessons. Presented at the Entrepreneurship Boot Camp, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (November 24, 2003). Five Future Trends That Will Affect the Role of the Engineer. Presented at the Mechanical Engineering Capstone Career Course Lecture Series, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (December 17, 2003). Leadership Development of Undergraduates. Presented at the Department of Chemical Engineering Annual Retreat and Curriculum Review, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (February 16, 2004). Leader-Engineers in the ‘Real World.’ Presented at the Mechanical Engineering Senior Design Capstone Course Lecture Series, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (May 2, 2006). Developing Strategic Leaders. Presented at the Abshire-Inamori Leadership Academy’s International Fellows Program, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, D.C.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (May 31, 2007). Leadership, Officership, and Professionalism. Presented at the annual meeting of the Clearwater Council and St. Petersburg Council of the Navy League, St. Petersburg, Florida.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (August 9, 2007). An Approach to Teaching Leadership. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Manufacturing Excellence, Annapolis, Maryland.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (February 4-5, 2008). Leadership Beyond Barriers: Organizational Leadership and Diversity. Presented at the annual United States Naval Academy Leadership Conference, Annapolis, Maryland.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (March 27, 2008). Developing Leaders of Character. Presented at the Undersecretary of Defense for Comptrollership’s Executive Off-Site Conference, The Aspen Institute, Wye Mills, Maryland.
Horner, Jr., Donald H.(January 27, 2009). Why Leaders Serve: Generational Perspectives on Leading with Purpose. Presented at the annual United States Naval Academy Leadership Conference, Annapolis, Maryland.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (October 24, 2009). Sustaining High Performance as a Political Leader. Presented at the Jacksonville Regional Political Institute, Jacksonville, Florida.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. and Rebecca S. Shepherd (October 30, 2009). Integrating Teaching and Research: Effects of Peer and Supervisor Rankings, Leadership Grades, and Varsity Athletic Participation on Leadership Development Assessments. Presented at the Conference on Alternative Pedagogies: What the Best Patriot League Teachers Do, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. and Edwin D. Leahy (October 31, 2009). Combining Experiential Leadership Education with Community Outreach to Minority Student Populations. Presented at the Conference on Alternative Pedagogies: What the Best Patriot League Teachers Do, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (April 22, 2010).   Combining Experiential Leadership Education with Community Outreach to Minority Student Populations.  Presented at the 21st International Conference on College Teaching and Learning, Ponte Vedra, Florida.
Horner, Jr., Donald H.  (April 23, 2010).  Integrating Teaching, Learning, and Assessment:  Electronic Leadership Development Portfolios.  Presented at the 21st International Conference on College Teaching and Learning, Ponte Vedra, Florida.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (June 11, 2010). Sustaining High Performance as a Political Leader: Part II. Presented at the Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce and Jacksonville Regional Political Institute, Jacksonville, Florida.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (August 4, 2010). Leadership and Character: Tools for Leading, Motivating, Understanding, and Assessing People. Presented at the summer training session for the General Manager and Senior Vice President for Player Personnel and Player Personnel Staff Director, Jacksonville Jaguars, Jacksonville, Florida.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. and Joseph E. McCann, III (October 25, 2010). Integrating Executive Health and Fitness within an EMBA Program.” Presented at the 2010 Executive MBA Council Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. and David Hunt (2012). Lifelong Learning: City of Jacksonville as a Business Case Study. Presented at the 23rd International Conference on College Teaching and Learning, Ponte Vedra, Florida.
Horner, Jr., Donald H., Betty Seabrook Burney, Connie Hodges, and Steven W. Wallace (April 12, 2012). Lifelong Learning: The Big Picture. Presented at the 23rd International Conference on College Teaching and Learning, Ponte Vedra, Florida.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (June 25, 2012). Leadership and Team Building: How to Maximize Your Time in the National Football League. Presented at the summer training session for first-year players and the Player Personnel Director, Jacksonville Jaguars, Jacksonville, Florida.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. and Patrick J. Sweeney (November 26, 2012). Army Energy Culture Change. Presented at the quarterly meeting of the Board of Army Science and Technology, Washington, D.C.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (October 5, 2013). What is this leadership stuff? Presented at the opening retreat of the Connect Florida Leadership Academy, Jacksonville, Florida.
Horner, Jr., Donald H. (Forthcoming)(October 18, 2014). Understanding Who You Are: The Keirsey Temperament Test and Leadership. Presented at Leadership Florida Connect Institute Class V, Jacksonville, Florida.

THESES AND DISSERTATIONS SUPERVISED
Burden, Gary M. (1994). Officer Professional Development: A Contemporary Literature Review. Thesis for the undergraduate degree of Bachelor of Science, Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership, United States Military Academy, West Point, New York.
Taylor, John J. (1995). Does Anyone Care? Henry O. Flipper and the United States Army. Thesis for the graduate degree of Master of Military Arts and Sciences, United States Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
Bradley, Katy L. (2001). An Investigation into the Post-Graduate Effects of the Engineering Leadership Development Minor. Thesis for the undergraduate honors degree of Bachelor of Science, College of Engineering, and The Schreyer Honors College, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania.
Gingrich, Sarah (2002). Green Building Design Decision Making Process: A Case Study. Thesis for the graduate degree of Master of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania.
Dougherty, Jonathan U. (2006). An Analysis of the Attributes of an Online Knowledge Community that Supports Student-Practitioner Collaboration in an Architectural Engineering Capstone Design Course. Dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Architectural Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania.
Burroughs, John (2007).  Investigation of USNA Service Selection Rates for Submariners and Marines.  Thesis for the graduate degree of Master of Science in Leadership and Human Resource Development, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California.
Adamshick, Mark H. (2007). Leadership Interventions and Best Practices that Correlate with Elevated Safety Climates in High-Risk Military Organizations. Dissertation for the graduate degree of Doctor of Philosophy, School of Public Policy, The University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland.
Lehner, William (2008).  Analysis of Officer Commissioning Sources:  What's the Proper Mix for the Navy?  Thesis for the graduate degree of Master of Science in Leadership and Human Resource Development, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California.
Shepherd, Rebecca S. (2009). A Cross-Sectional Study of the Effects of Company Ranking, Leadership Grades, and Varsity Athletic Participation on Leadership Development in Young Adults within a Military Environment Using Hierarchical Regression Analysis. Dissertation for the graduate degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Organizational Leadership Program, University of Maryland – Eastern Shore.


INTERNSHIPS SUPERVISED

2001-2004 Abshire-Inamori Leadership Academy, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, D.C. Undergraduate internships for The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania.


2003-2009 Abshire-Inamori Leadership Academy, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, D.C. Undergraduate internships for the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland.
2005-2009 Center for the Study of the Presidency, Washington, D.C. Undergraduate internships and post-baccalaureate graduate fellowships for the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland.
2006-2009 Center for Advanced Operational Culture Learning, Training and Education Command, United States Marine Corps, Quantico, Virginia. Undergraduate internships for the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland; post-baccalaureate internships for The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania.
2007-2009 Center for Leadership and Service, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Undergraduate internships for the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland.
2007-2009 Center for Enhanced Performance, United States Military Academy, West Point, New York. Undergraduate internships for the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland.
2007-2009 St. Benedict’s Prep School, Newark, New Jersey. Undergraduate internships for the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland.
2007-2009 Iran Desk, United States Department of State, Washington, D.C. Undergraduate internships for the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland.
2007-2009 United States Congress, Washington, D.C. Undergraduate internships with Members of Congress and the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland.
2008-2009 Near East South Asia Center for Strategic Studies, Washington, D.C. Undergraduate internships with the center’s executive and senior executive seminar programs.
2011-2013 Education Commissioner, Office of Mayor Alvin Brown, City of Jacksonville, Florida Undergraduate internship with the program manager for the education commissioner.
2014-Present Chief Athletic Officer / Director of Athletics, Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, Florida Undergraduate and graduate internships with the Department of Athletics.


ACADEMIC COMMITTEES


 

2009-Present Member, Graduate Education Committee, Davis College of Business, Jacksonville University. Dr. Gordon Arbogast, Associate Dean of the College, Chairman.


2009- Present Member, Executive MBA Committee, Davis College of Business, Jacksonville University. Dr. Gordon Arbogast, Associate Dean of the College, Chairman.
2009-2013 Member. Dean’s Executive Council, Davis College of Business, Jacksonville University. Dr. Joseph McCann, Dean of the College, Chairman.
2010-2011 Member, Search Committee for the Position of Professor (Rank Open) of Communications, Davis College of Business, Jacksonville University. Dr. Gordon Arbogast, Chair, Department of Management, Chairman.
2010-2011 Member, Student Grievances Committee, Davis College of Business, Jacksonville University, Dr. Robert Boylan, Professor of Accounting, Chairman.
2008-2009 Member, Search Committee for the Position of Associate Professor of Human Behavior and Consultant to the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program, Department of Leadership, Ethics, and Law, United States Naval Academy. Dr. Brad Johnson, Chairman.
2005-2009 Senior Member, Faculty Senate Curriculum Committee, United States Naval Academy.
2005-2009 Chairman, Curriculum Committee, College of Officer Development, United States Naval Academy.
2007-2008 Member, Search Committee for the Position of Distinguished Military Professor of Leadership, Lakefield Family Foundation Chair, Department of Leadership, Ethics, and Law, United States Naval Academy. Captain Rick Rubel, Chairman.
2005-2007 Member, Physical Mission and Department of Intercollegiate Athletics Organizational Review and Task Force. Serving at the request of the Superintendent, United States Naval Academy. Dr. Thomas Virgets, Chairman.
2005-2006 Chairman, Needs Assessment / Gap Analysis Committee, Leadership Education and Development Master’s Program, United States Naval Academy.
2003-2005 Member, Admissions Committee for the Schreyer Honors College, The Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Cheryl Achterberg, Dean of the College and Chairwoman of the Committee.
2002-2005 Member, Search Committee for the Position of Head of the School of Design, Technology, and Professional Programs, College of Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Renata Engel, Chairwoman.
2000-2005 Member, Faculty Advisory Board, Penn State LeaderShape, Inc., The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania.
2000-2005 Member, Faculty Task Force on Ethical, Global, and Societal Aspects of Engineering. Serving at the request of the Dean, College of Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania. Andy Lau, Chairman.
2000-2005 Co-Chairman, Penn State Leadership Roundtable, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania.
2002-2003 Chairman, Search Committee for the Position of Administrative Assistant, School of Design, Technology, and Professional Programs, College of Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University.
2000-2001 Member, First Year Experience Task Force, College of Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania.  Ms. Barbara Bogue, Chairwoman.
2000-2001 Member, Task Force on Problem Based Learning in Entrepreneurship, General Electric Learning Excellence Fund, College of Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Dhushy Sathianathan, Chairman.
2000-2001 Member, Planning and Administrative Committees, AT&T Service Leadership Center and 2001 Conference, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania.

ACCREDITATION EXPERIENCE

1992-1995 Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools (MSACS), maintenance of accreditation committee member, Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership, United States Military Academy at West Point.


2000-2005 American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), maintenance of accreditation committee member, Leadership Development Department, The Pennsylvania State University.
2005-2009 Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), maintenance of accreditation committee member, Department of Leadership, Ethics, and Law, United States Naval Academy.
2009-Present Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), initial accreditation committee (2009-2010), maintenance of accreditation committee (2010-present); SACS maintenance of accreditation (2010-present), Davis College of Business, Jacksonville University.
2010 AACSB Associate Deans and Innovative Programs Conference (November 1-3), St. Petersburg, Florida.
2010 AACSB Lessons for Aspiring Deans Conference (November 13-14), Atlanta, Georgia.
2010 AACSB Strategic Deployment of Professionally Qualified (PQ) Faculty Seminar (December 14), Tampa, Florida.
2011 AACSB Business Accreditation Seminar (January 28-29), Tampa, Florida.
2011-2013 Florida Primary and Secondary Schools, Education Commissioner, City of Jacksonville, Office of Mayor Alvin Brown, Jacksonville, Florida.

CONSULTING EXPERIENCE
1984-1985 Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, Boston, Massachusetts. [Analyzed potential use of double-stacking railcars and container trains to serve the Port of Boston and the greater Boston metropolitan area.]


    1. The Gillette Company, Boston, Massachusetts.

[Constructed economic freight rate indices to assess business practices pertaining to shipment of goods between Boston and customers in South America.]


    1. United States Department of Defense and Hughes Aircraft Company, Mesa, Arizona.

[Served as the transportability engineer for the AH-64 / Apache helicopter project.]


    1. Office of the President and Office of the Secretary of Defense,

Washington, D. C.

[Served on the Education Panel of the interagency working group appointed by President Bill Clinton to investigate the integration of homosexuals into the American Armed Forces.]




    1. United States Department of Defense and Lockheed Martin, Inc., Palmdale, California.

[Designed operational concepts and capabilities for the ultra-heavy airlifter (UHA) and other projects.]
2000-2004 Penguin Putnam, Inc., East Rutherford, New Jersey.

[Analysis of business logistics and transportation policies, practices, and procedures.]


2004-2005 The Boeing Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and the Logistics Management Institute, Falls Church, Virginia

[Analyzing the design, role, and operational employment concepts for the Future Combat System family of vehicles.]


2004-2009 John Templeton Foundation, West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania

[Reviewer of grant proposals.]


2007-2009 University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland.

[Advisor to the Director of Undergraduate Leadership Programs, Department of Undergraduate Recruitment and Special Programs Office.]


2009-2013 Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce, Jacksonville, Florida.

[Advisor to the President and Chamber Annual Chair and Facilitator, Board of Directors, Leadership and Public Policy Committee.]


2003-Present Cera Tech, Inc., Alexandria, Virginia.

[Advisor to the President and Chief Executive Officer.]


2009-Present Jacksonville Jaguars, Jacksonville, Florida

[Advisor to the General Manager and Senior Vice President for Player Personnel and Player Personnel Staff Director.]


2011-Present SAIC, Inc., Washington, D.C.

[Advisor the United States Army G-4 and the Logistics Integration Agency for the Army’s Energy Culture Change Initiative.]


2014-Present Medtronic, Inc., Jacksonville, Florida

[Executive Coach and Facilitator (client names withheld), Director of Human Resources.]



GRANTS

Equipment Grant (Fall 2000). Awarded $1,500 to purchase audio-visual equipment aids for use in the Engineering Leadership Development Minor. Sponsor: Associate Dean for Administration, College of Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University.


Curriculum Development Grant (December 4, 2001). Awarded $3,000 to develop ENGR 497E: Supervisory Leadership, as a new elective course during Summer 2001. Sponsor: Office of Undergraduate Education, The Pennsylvania State University.
Curriculum Development Grant (Summer, 2002). Awarded $3,000 to develop ENGR 097S: Leadership Freshman Seminar, as a new LEAP course offered during the Summer Term. Sponsor: Office of Undergraduate Education, The Pennsylvania State University.
Scholarship Grant (2001-2002). Awarded $5,000 to support initiatives associated with the Engineering Leadership Development Minor for academic year 2001-2002. Sponsor: Westinghouse, Inc.
Scholarship Grant (2001-2002). Awarded $3,000 for academic scholarships associated with the Engineering Leadership Development Minor for academic year 2001-2002. Sponsor: Accenture, Inc.
Scholarship Grant (2002-2003). Awarded $5,000 to support initiatives associated with the Engineering Leadership Development Minor for academic year 2002-2003. Sponsor: General Electric Transportation Systems.
Scholarship Grant (2003-2004). Awarded $3,000 for academic scholarships associated with the Engineering Leadership Development Minor for academic year 2003-2004. Sponsor: Accenture, Inc.
Scholarship Grant (2003-2004). Awarded $5,000 to support initiatives associated with the Leadership Development Program for academic year 2003-2004. Sponsor: General Electric Transportation Systems.
Endowment Grants (2001-2004). Grants and awards to support curricular activities associated with the Leadership Development Program, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania:
Gaelen Endowment for Entrepreneurship and Leadership: $1,000,000.

Keen Professorship for Leadership and Entrepreneurship: $500,000.

Jackson Family Fund for the Enhancement of Leader Development: $100,000.
Education and Training Grants (2009-2010). Awarded to support activities associated with the Senior Leadership Forum, Davis Leadership Center, Davis College of Business, Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, Florida:
CSX $5000.

LPS $5000.


Dr. Winston S. Churchill Memorial Leadership Scholarship (Fall 2010). Awarded $2000 for a business and leadership scholarship for a well rounded Davis College of Business undergraduate with exceptional integrity and demonstrated leadership abilities in memory of Dr. Winston Spencer Churchill, grandson of Sir Winston Churchill; Dr. Frances Bartlett Kinne, sponsor.
Education and Training Grants (2010-2011). Awarded to support activities associated with various programs – e.g., seminars, workshops, forums, student centered outreach – of the Davis Leadership Center, Davis College of Business, Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, Florida:
Amos Family $13816.

Fidelity $10000.

Connect Florida Leadership Institute $9400.

Brumos $8500.

CSX $5000.

Honeywell, Inc. $1500.

LPS $5000.

Incepture $3000.


Walter McRae Memorial Leadership Scholarship (Spring 2011). Awarded $1000 for an academic leadership scholarship for a deserving Davis College of Business graduate or undergraduate student with demonstrated leadership acumen and financial need; Dr. Frances Bartlett Kinne, sponsor.
Wallace Foundation Grant (Winter 2012). Awarded $765,000 grant from the Wallace Foundation and National League of Cities to benefit the City of Jacksonville afterschool programs. Program will enhance robust collection of data to enhance data-driven metrics to measure the value of after-school programs.


PUBLIC SERVICE

2014-Present Member, Jacksonville Sports Council.


2014-Present Member, Jacksonville Youth Crisis Center Board of Directors.
2013-Present Member, Board of Directors, Jacksonville Children’s Commission. Appointed by Mayor Alvin Brown.
2013-2014 Member, External Advisory Board, Center for Urban Education and Policy, College of Education and Human Services, University of North Florida, Jacksonville, Florida.
2012-2013 Member, One by One Management Team, Jacksonville Public Education Fund, Jacksonville, Florida.
2011-2012 Member, Board of Directors, Communities in Schools, Jacksonville, Florida.
2011-2013 Mayor’s Liaison to the Jacksonville Children’s Commission, Jacksonville, Florida.
2011-2013 Education Commissioner, City of Jacksonville, Office of Mayor Alvin Brown, Jacksonville, Florida.
2011-2013 Member, Governor of Florida’s Public Engagement Steering Committee, Military Child Coalition partnership, Tallahassee, Florida.
2011-2012 Member, Search Committees for the Center Director and Program Manager, Center for Urban Education and Policy, College of Education and Human Services, University of North Florida, Jacksonville, Florida.
2011 Co-Chair, Military Affairs Committee, Mayor-Elect Alvin Brown Transition Team, City of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida
2011 Member, Board of Directors, Family Foundations (Non-Profit) Corporation, Jacksonville, Florida.
May 3, 2011 Interview, “Leadership Implications of Osama bin Laden’s Death on Al Quaeda as an Organization and Business Enterprise.” First Coast Connect with Melissa Ross, WJCT 89.9 FM.
January 21, 2011 Facilitator, Board of Directors Annual Retreat, Leadership and Public Policy Committee, Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce, Jacksonville, Florida.
January 5, 2011 Interview, “Impact of Congressional Repeal of the Military’s ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ Policy,” First Coast Connect with Melissa Ross, WJCT 89.9 FM.
July 12, 2010 Interview, “BP’s and the Obama Administration’s Response to the Gulf Oil Crisis,” First Coast Connect with Melissa Ross, WJCT 89.9 FM.
July 6, 2010 Interview, “JU Expert in Leadership Skewers BP, Obama Over Gulf Response,” Florida Times-Union, by Wayne Ezell.
February 17, 2010 Interview, “The Military’s ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ Policy,” First Coast Connect with Melissa Ross, WJCT 89.9 FM.
2010-Present Vice Chairman, Save the Jaguars Committee, Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce, Jacksonville, Florida
2010-Present Member, Board of Governors, Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce, Jacksonville, Florida.
2010-Present Member, Finance Committee, Blessed Trinity Church, Jacksonville, Florida.
December 22, 2009 Interview, “No Recession in Workplace Honesty,” Florida Times-Union, by Roger Bull.
August 14, 2009 Interview, “Teaching Survival Skills,” Jacksonville Business Journal, by Lauren Darm.
2009-Present President, Community Enforcement Council, Highland Glen Subdivision, Jacksonville, Florida.
2006-Present Member, Advisory Council, National Consortium for Character-Based Leadership, Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress, Washington, D.C.
2005-2009 Faculty Representative and Academic Advisor, Navy ACHA Division-I Intercollegiate Ice Hockey Team, United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland.
2003-2006 Elected Representative, Parents Association Advisory Council, The George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
2000-2005 West Point Admissions Liaison Officer for the 5th United States Congressional District, The Honorable John Peterson, Representative, Centre County, Pennsylvania.
2001-2003 Treasurer and Media Representative, State College Area High School Girls Softball Booster Club, State College, Pennsylvania.
2001-2002 Member, Board of Directors, Blaze 18-and-Under Girls Jr. Olympic Fast Pitch Softball Team, Bellefonte, Pennsylvania.
2001-2002 President, State College Area High School Scholastic Ice Hockey Club, State College, Pennsylvania.
2001-2002 Team Manager, State College Area High School Varsity Ice Hockey Team, State College, Pennsylvania.
2001-2002 Member, Board of Directors, State College Youth Ice Hockey Association, State College, Pennsylvania.
2000-2001 Team Manager, Midget-AA Ice Hockey Club, State College Youth Ice Hockey Association, State College, Pennsylvania.
1992-1994 Faculty Representative and Academic Advisor, Army NCAA Division-I Intercollegiate Football Team, United States Military Academy, West Point, New York.


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

Abshire-Inamori Leadership Academy, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, D.C.


American Society of Engineering Education
American Sociological Association
Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business
Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress, Washington, D.C.
Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce
National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics
Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
U.S. Army Transportation Regimental Foundation

AWARDS AND ATHLETICS
1977 Honor Graduate, United States Military Academy Preparatory School, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey.
1977 Varsity Football and Baseball Player, United States Military Academy Preparatory School, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey.
1977 – 1981 NCAA Division-I Varsity Football Player, United States Military Academy, West Point, New York
1980 Phi Kappa Phi Academic Honor Society, United States Military Academy, West Point, New York.
1981 Distinguished Graduate, United States Military Academy, West Point, New York.
1981 Honor Graduate and Leadership Award, Transportation Officers Basic Course (Class 5-81), Fort Eustis, Virginia.
1986 General Douglas MacArthur Junior Officer of the Year Award, Military Traffic Management Command, United States Army, Falls Church, Virginia.
1988 Honor Graduate, Transportation Officers Advanced Course (Class 1-88), Fort Eustis, Virginia.
1994 Coach’s Award for Public Service as Faculty Representative and Academic Advisor, Army NCAA Division-I Intercollegiate Football Team, United States Military Academy, West Point, New York.
1995 Silver Medal, General Douglas MacArthur Military Writing Contest, United States Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
1995 Awarded the “Master Strategist” designation, United States Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
2002 Hall of Fame Inductee, Distinguished Member of the Transportation Regiment, United States Army.
2006 Faculty Service and Performance Award, United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland.
2010 Best Practice Award, Business Relationships and Community Outreach Program, AACSB Initial Accreditation, Davis College of Business, Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, Florida.
2013 Best Community Mentorship Program, “Mayor’s Mentors,” Hands-On Jacksonville! [sic], Jacksonville, Florida
2013 Hall of Fame Inductee and Distinguished Alumni Award, Central Dauphin East High School, Panther-Ram Foundation, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
2014 Veterans of Influence Award, Jacksonville Business Journal, Jacksonville, Florida.


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