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Deyonne Bryant
Professional Summary
Successful educator and senior education administrator with broad scope public and private education leadership and instructional experience encompassing curriculum development, individualized instruction, and caseload management. Foster a positive environment by helping others to discover and articulate their goals. Strong leadership skills and problem-solving strategies.
Skills
  • Strategic planning
  • Education administration  
  • Curriculum development
  • Teacher coaching
  • Team collaboration  
  • Cultural sensitivity

  • Natural
Accomplishments
  • Provided academic leadership and training to support all academic programs and student success.
  • Prioritized expenditures through formal processes of shared governance and retained 12:1 student-to-faculty ratio with limited budget. 
Relevant Professional Experience
Wheaton College (MA) July 2015 to Current Chair of the Department of English
Norton, MA
  • Liaise for the English Department and the Office of the Provost.
  • Administer budgets and forecasts for department, while ensuring compliance with curriculum objectives and deadlines.
  • Facilitate ongoing program review and continuous improvement efforts.
  • Mediate disputes and revise policies to reduce frequency of interpersonal conflict.
  • Mentor junior colleagues in the department toward professional development and personal growth.
Wheaton College (MA) July 2013 to July 2015 Coordinator of the Creative Writing Program
Norton, MA
  • Demonstrate effective leadership in planning, staffing, devising curriculum, hiring and training new faculty members, recruiting students, and advocating program needs to the college administration.
  • Function as strong, positive presence in the campus and local communities by opening reading, performance, and lecture series to the public, and marketing of these open events.
Wheaton College (MA) July 2007 to Current Associate Professor of English
Norton, MA
  • Develop and implement creative lesson plans to reach a diverse student audience.
  • Foster a positive learning environment by developing curriculum and instructional support that target and engage all students in their academic experience. 
  • Emphasize the importance of academic honesty and proper citation of research sources, key behaviors governing the community.
Wheaton College (MA) July 2007 to July 2008 Curriculum Coordinator
Norton, MA
  • Oversaw faculty committee charged with driving the institution-wide diversity initiative.
  • Strengthened goals and learning outcomes for curricula diversity.
  • Advised the provost on faculty development in areas of diversity and inclusion.
Wheaton College (MA) July 2005 to July 2006 Interim Coordinator of the Africana Studies Program
Norton, MA
Wheaton College (MA) July 2000 to July 2007 Assistant Professor of English
Norton, MA
University of Houston, University Park August 1999 to May 2000 Postdoctoral Fellow in American Studies
Houston, TX
University of Houston, University Park August 1994 to May 1999 Graduate Teaching Assistant
Houston, TX
Aldine Independent School District August 1989 to May 1994 Teacher, Grade 1
Houston, TX
St. Martin Parish School Board August 1987 to May 1989 Teacher, Grades 6-8
St. Martinville, LA
Allen Parish School Board September 1984 to May 1987 Teacher, Grades 3-4
Oberlin, LA
Education
University of Houston, University Park Ph.D.: English/Creative Writing and Literature Houston, TX, USA
University of Houston, University Park Master of Arts: English/Creative Writing and Literature Houston, TX, USA
University of Louisiana at Lafayette Master of Science: Education Lafayette, LA, USA
University of Louisiana at Lafayette Bachelor of Science: Child and Family Studies, formerly Home Economics Lafayette, LA, USA Minor in Sociology
Professional Development
  • Council on International Educational Exchange, International Faculty Development Seminar: “Contemporary Senegal Through Literature and Arts,” Dakar, Senegal, June 8 - 18, 2011.
  • Council on International Educational Exchange, International Faculty Development Seminar: “Building a Multiracial, Multicultural Society in South Africa,” Cape Town and Johannesburg, South Africa, June 1 – 11, 2008. 
Certifications
  • Teaching Certification - Louisiana, Texas, 

 

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Sara Randall
Accomplishments
  • Faculty Senate Executive Council.
  • Chair, Faculty Senate Evaluation Committee.
  • Chair, College Restructuring Committee.
  • Chair, MBA Committee.
  • Chair, Institutional Review Board.
  • AACSB Assessment Committee.
  • ACBSP Standard 5 Faculty and Staff Committee.
  • ACBSP MBA Curriculum Committee.
  • Doctoral Comprehensive Exam Committee (EDD in Organizational Leadership and DBA in Business Administration).
  • Doctoral Curriculum Committee (Doctorate in Business Administration).
  • University Performance Based Salary Increase Committee.
  • Admission and Standards Committee.
  • Human Subjects Committee.
  • International Committee.
  • Scholarship Committee.
  • Student Life Committee.
  • Athens Area Business Expo Committee, Local Business Council ACADEMIC SERVICE.
  • Designed, developed, and implemented a Mentoring Program between area high school students and college students.
  • Participated in "In-Service" education to include a high school mentoring program with graduate students as mentors and a 16-hour shadowing program for undergraduate students.
  • Taught graduate (doctorate and masters) and undergraduate courses, evening and weekend formats, at on- and off-campus sites, via compressed video and Internet, and hybrid.
  • Reviewer for Academy of Management national conference.
Professional Summary
Skills
Affiliations
Tennessee Promise Mentor (2015) *Member and Past Vice President, FBI Citizens Academy (Current) *Rule 31 Tennessee Supreme Court Mediator - Civil and Family (Current)
Publications
Braun, C. K. and Kae, S. J. "Gender Differences in the Perceptions of Sexual Harassment," Proceedings of the Twelfth Annual Meeting of the Southern Industrial Relations Academic Seminar, October, 1991. Chadha, D. and S. J. Kae (2006). Capstone: Strategic Management Learning Guide. MT609 Capstone Course, Atlanta: PCDI, 2006. Chandan, Harish; Kae, S. J., et al. "The Role and Impact of Distance Education Programs," Presented at the Academy of Management Conference at Atlanta, August 14, 2006. Hargis, D. and S. J. Kae. "Capstone: Case and Industry Analysis Learning Guide" for Web-Based Graduate Capstone Course MB609. Atlanta: PCDI, 2005. Kae, S. J. "Author's Guide" for Web-Based Graduate Courses. Atlanta: PCDI, 2006. Kae, S. J. "Curriculum Developer's Guide" for Web-Based Graduate Courses. Atlanta: PCDI, 2005. Kae, S. J. "Grader's Guide" for Web-Based Graduate Courses. Atlanta: PCDI, 2006. Kae, S. J. Graduate Skill Building Learning Guide. MB600 Orientation Course. Atlanta: PCDI, 2004. Kae, S. J. and E. Tomlinson. "Organizational and Supervisory Barriers to Subordinate Self- Disclosure of Domestic Partner Violence," Presented at the Work and Family: Expanding the Horizons Conference by the Center for Working Families at the University at California, Berkeley, March 3-4, 2000. Kae, S. J.; Cawthorne, F., and E. Tomlinson. "Exploration of Workplace Disclosure of Domestic Violence and the Mentoring of Employee Victims," Proceedings of the International Mentoring Association Conference, New Orleans, March 30, 2000. Kae, S. J. and S. Walters. "Fielder's Play," Proceedings of the Sixth Annual American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences Meeting, Las Vegas, February 18-22, 1999. Kae, S. J. "Mentoring First Generation College Students," Proceedings of the Twelfth Annual Diversity in Mentoring Conference, International Mentoring Association, Atlanta, April 15-17, 1999. Kae, S. J. "Willingness to Mentor: Expectations and Values." Proceedings of the Southern Management Association Meeting, November, 1994. Kae, S. J. "A Descriptive Analysis of the Initiation of Mentoring Relationships." Proceedings of the Southern Management Association Meeting, November, 1995. Tepper, B. J., Kae, S. J. and Eisenbach, R. J. "Theoretical and Operational Distinctions Between Mentorship and Leadership." Presented at the Western States Communications Conference, February 13-15, 1993. Tepper, B. J., Kae, S. J. and Hunt, M. D. (1993). Strength of Subordinates' Upward Influence Tactics and Gender Congruency Effects. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 23: 1903-1919.
Work History
Department Head, Community College of the Air Force Chanute AFB, Illinois
  • Managed 2000+ graduate students enrolled in Web-based programs: admissions to graduation.
  • Increased graduate student body from 64 to 115 in one year (2010 to 2011).
  • Designed and developed six graduate programs: business administration, health care administration, marketing, management, human resource management, and criminal justice.
  • Developed, marketed, and implemented an off-site MBA program for Piedmont College while serving as MBA Director.
  • Implemented distance learning technologies to existing MBA program for Morehead State University while serving as MBA Director.
  • Served as an industry consultant to investors seeking to purchase for-profit educational institutions.
  • Designed process technologies for curriculum development resulting in a 33% cost savings.
  • Designed a proprietary Web-based delivery system for graduate programs including the functions for curriculum development, course authoring, grading, proctoring, administrators, and students.
  • Secured national accreditation (DETC) including self-study, team visits, etc.
  • Served on ACBSP and AACSB accreditation self-study committees and as an ACBSP evaluator.
  • Qualified to teach organization behavior, strategic management, and marketing with 18 graduate hours in each meeting AACSB, ACBSP, and SACS accreditation standards.
  • Utilized MS Project Management software to manage program and curriculum development.
  • Designed and established the content standards for curriculum materials: student learning guides, mid-program and capstone exams, and course grading criteria.
  • Designed and developed the style, emphasis, format, policies and content of instructional guides for course authors, curriculum developers, and graders ensuring content and educational quality.
  • Designed software functions to manage MBA course scheduling and track accreditation data.
  • Negotiated an alliance with the Chamber of Commerce and founding MBA class to secure guest speakers, plant visits, special projects, and student access to Chamber events.
  • Marketed graduate programs to the US Navy, US Army, VA hospital, manufacturing plants, hospitals, and civic organizations.
  • Liaison with potential students, the Chamber of Commerce and other civic organizations, employers and potential employers of graduate students, ProQuest, and textbook publishers.
N/A, 01/2015 to 05/2017
CURRENT ACADEMIC WRITING PROJECTS
  • Truth, Trust, and Triumph
Medical Leave, 01/2014 to 01/2015
  • In June of 2014 I had an accident that resulted in multiple surgeries to my left arm and rotator cuff.
  • August 2014 Cumberland University eliminated my position and those of my Online Academic Director colleagues.
Marketing Faculty and Director, 01/2012 to 01/2014
Cumberland University Lebanon, Tennessee
  • Oversee the founding online bachelor's in business administration degree completion program for working adults, the founding online MBA program, and all online curriculum development.
  • Includes community outreach marketing, the development of marketing materials, and the coordination of articulation agreements.
  • Teaching online and on-ground undergraduate and graduate courses.
  • I was unable to continue working given a projected long recovery by my physician.
Program Chair/Faculty, 01/2004 to 01/2011
Argosy University Nashville Tampa Atlanta, Tennessee Florida Georgia
  • Oversee the graduate business programs to include the administration of policies and curriculum; supervise graduate faculty (part time, adjuncts, and Professors of Practice), and serve as a liaison with the community.
  • Graduate business programs include:.
  • DBA doctorate program in business administration with five concentrations.
  • EDD OL doctorate program in organizational leadership.
  • MBA program with nine concentrations.
  • MPA program in public administration with three concentrations.
  • MS programs in management, organization leadership, non-profit, human resource management, and service sector management.
  • MPH program in public health.
  • Taught graduate (doctorate and masters) business courses, served as dissertation committee chair and member, and evaluated doctorate comprehensive exams.
Dean of Graduate Studies, 01/2002 to 01/2007
Ashworth University Norcross, Georgia
  • Designed, developed, and managed the introduction of Web-based distance learning graduate programs to the curriculum.
  • Designed proprietary process and delivery technologies.
  • Developed instructional materials for course authors, curriculum developers, graders, and students.
  • Conducted self-study for DETC accreditation.
MBA Director, 01/2000 to 01/2002
Piedmont College Demorest, Georgia
  • Designed, developed, marketed, and implemented the College's first MBA Program.
  • Formulated policies, advised graduate students, and represented the MBA Program and College in the community.
  • Negotiated an alliance with the Chamber of Commerce for sponsorship of the founding MBA class.
Assistant Professor and MBA Director, 01/1994 to 01/1998
Morehead State University Morehead, Kentucky
  • Implemented distance learning delivery methods (interactive video and Internet classes; six off-campus sites) to the MBA Program and directed off-campus executive, traditional, and distance learning MBA Programs.
  • DEAN OF GRADUATE STUDIES ACTIVITIES.
  • Managed the development and delivery of curriculum, grading of student work, registrar functions, administration of graduate policies and procedures (admissions through graduation), and delivery technology upgrades and problems for students, tutors, graders, curriculum developers, and course authors.
  • Evaluated and managed course delivery effectiveness and efficiency to include technological, process, and material changes.
  • Documented and budgeted the cost of each program and course; projected future program development, curriculum development, textbook, and grading costs.
  • Developed and managed the department budget and contract payroll.
  • Served as liaison between the graduate program and marketing, student services, education services (tutors), information technology, publishing, shipping, and purchasing, and externally, with textbook publishing companies, ProQuest, and DETC evaluation teams.
  • Determined when policy exceptions and changes should be made.
Adjunct Professor, Argosy University Atlanta, Troy University, and Arizona State University
  • Taught undergraduate and graduate (masters and doctorate) courses.
Associate Professor of Management and MBA Director, Piedmont College Athens, Georgia
  • Organization Behavior, Strategic Management Created and marketed founding MBA Program in Athens, Georgia.
Associate Professor, Lynchburg College Lynchburg, Virginia
  • School of Business and Economics Courses Taught: Organization Behavior, Human Resource Management, Strategic Management, Supervised Graduate Research Projects.
Associate Professor, Clarke College Dubuque, Iowa
Assistant Professor and MBA Director,
  • Department of Management and Marketing Morehead State University, Morehead, Kentucky Course Taught: Women and Men in Management, Human Resource Management, Organization Behavior, Labor Relations, Strategic Management, Directed Research Served as MBA Director in the transition to distance learning technologies.
Education
DOCTORATE (Ph.D: University of Kentucky - Lexington, Kentucky
Ph.D: Business Administration, Business Administration Organization Behavior Dissertation: Manager's Willingness to Engage in a Mentor Relationship
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA): Illinois State University - Illinois
Master of Business Administration: Marketing International and Research, Marketing International and Research
BACHELOR DEGREE (B. S: Education, Illinois State University - Illinois
Education
Bachelor of Science: Education Home Economics Education, Education Summa cum Laude Home Economics Education
6-12 Secondary Home Economics, State of Illinois:
Additional Information
  • RECOGNITION *Elected to Faculty Senate Executive Committee. *Selected to be a member of the Kentucky Women's Leadership Network. *Selected to be a college representative to and evaluator for ACBSP. *Awarded the Dean's Citation for Outstanding Service. *Nominated by graduate students for Kentucky Advocates for Higher Education Acorn Award for teaching excellence. *Awarded Master Instructor rating, US Air Force (civilian).
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John Gunning
Summary
Operations leader with experience in domestic and international (Japanese) project development and management (inception to execution)
Skills
  • Project development
  • Collaborative
  • Creative
  • Leadership
  • Results focused
  • Problem solver
Experience
Operation and Content Manager, 07/2013 to 05/2017 Idea Resource Systems Los Angeles, CA
  • Design and implement educational content and workshops for intensive study programs for Japanese trade schools
  • Owned or co-owned content from inception to execution
  • Worked closely with internal and external (customer facing) financial teams
  • Created new directive to shift from lecture based to "hands on" learning model
  • Managed and coordinated all logistics during student and customer workshops (transportation, staffing, interpreting and coordination)
  • Negotiated all contracts with partnered sub-contractors
Associate Professor, 04/1998 to 07/2013 Gifu Pharmaceutical University Gifu, Japan
  • Professor at national Japanese university focused in:  Clinical Pharmacy, Pharmacology and Research
  • Led and taught courses (in Japanese) to first, second and graduate students
  • Lead professor in multiple material and course development
  • Sub-specialty professor for graduate students in English based course
  • Strong collaboration within university with department leaders
  • Designed new Self Access Center which increased fluency in English with graduate students
Lecturer, 04/1992 to 03/1998 World Gaigo Gakuim Gifu, Japan
  • Lesson plan development:  design and implementation for regional private language institute in Gifu, Japan
  • Taught young adults EFL (English as a Foreign Language) to Japanese students
  • Promoted to Head Instructor within staff
  • Hired, trained and managed staff (~20)
  • Created and conducted staff training seminars for company
  • Delivered summer and weekend English language camps (from inception to execution)
Instructor, 04/1990 to 03/1992 AEON Gifu, Japan
  • Instructor at large, private language company 
  • Introductory position teaching English to Japanese students
  • Interviewed and placed students within course curriculum
  • Project leader in multiple course design projects
Education and Training
Bachelor of Arts: History, 1988 San Diego State University
Social Studies: Single Subject Teaching Credential, 1990 San Diego State University
Master of Arts: Applied Linguistics (Merit), 2007 University of Birmingham England
Dissertation
  • Evaluation of the English Department Syllabus at a Japanese Pharmaceutical University:  Proposed Shift to a Task-Based Syllabus (Distinction)
Languages
  • Advanced fluency in Japanese; functional fluency in Spanish and French
Affiliations

 Japan Association of Language Teachers 2007-2013

  • National Business Officer 
  • National Conference Manager 
  • Chapter President (2007-2008)
  • Chapter Treasurer
Certifications
  • ESOL Examinations:  PET / KET Oral Examiner (University of Cambridge, England)
  • Mentor Teacher:   Teacher Training Development School for Intentional Training (Brattleboro, VT)
  • Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA), University of Cambridge, England
  • Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) from School of International Training, Brattleboro, VT
Publications & Presentations
  • Gunning, J.R., & Quasha, S.E. (2008).  In tune with receptive listening.  OnCUE Journal, 2(2), 111-132 
  • Seven publications in various educational journals
  • Head Editor for OnCue Journal for six issues
  • 8x invitee to present at key conference
  • 8x vetted presenter for multiple conferences
  • 2x Conference Chair (JALT)
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