Ph.D. in Psychology/Organizational Science, UW-Milwaukee
M.A. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Western Michigan University
B.S. in Psychology/Professional Business, UW-Whitewater
Dan has been teaching at Edgewood for over 15 years and participated in the launch of the MSOD program in 2011. He is an accomplished adult educator (i.e., Who's Who Among America's Teachers) and has over twenty years of professional experience in management consulting. His work has focused on a wide variety of different projects, including employee selection and placement, training and development, productivity improvement programming, and organizational analysis/development.
President and co-founder of Organization Development Consultants, Inc. (ODC), a management consulting firm offering performance consulting for organizations, teams, and individuals.
Gubernatorial Appointee to Wisconsin’s Psychology Board in 2011 and Chair since 2014
Featured Columnist for Biz Times, a business periodical with a circulation throughout Wisconsin and on the web.
Appointed to serve on the Licensing Task Force of the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB), 2013.
Judge for the Wisconsin Better Business Bureau (BBB) Torch Award for Ethical Enterprising since 2005. Licensed psychologist in Wisconsin
Holds board certifications in:
- Organizational and business consulting psychology (OBCP) from the American Board of Professional Psychology, and,
- Psychology from the American Board of Psychological Specialties.
When not consulting with local organizations or in the classroom, Dan can be found working hard to keep up with his wife, Sue, their four kids, and a myriad of pets (ranging from Ruby the Irish Doodle to Elvis the Leopard Gecko). He holds the proud reputation as an exceptional “Team Mom” (long backstory on this one!) and even finds the time to fit in his hobbies of tennis and racquetball.