DR. BRENDA FELLOWS, Ph.D.
President & CEO
DR. BRENDA FELLOWS is President & CEO of Fellows Corporate Consortium, LLC; an Industrial/Organizational Psychologist, behavioral scientist, social scientist, and data scientist with over eighteen years of senior management consulting in Fortune 50, 100, 200, and 500 corporations. She is an Adjunct Professor at University California, Berkeley –Walter A. Haas School of Business, Management of Organizations Group, where she provides instruction to executive leaders, doctoral, graduate, and undergraduate learners. She is a Visiting Adjunct Professor within major business schools in Dubai, Europe and Asia. Dr. Fellows is a Scientific Advisory Board Member of the Stroke Shield Foundation.
Honors: The Circle of Scholars Award for seminal research in a field of study, and The Avice M. Saint Award for seminal research in a field of study.
Books: Your Personal Power Up: Five Steps to Take Control of Your Life and Career; a business book centering on her award-winning research. Dr. Fellows’ forthcoming books are Strategic Leadership: Psychological Movements Beyond Management; and Size Matters: How Stress, Obesity, and Low Self Esteem Impact Hirability, Promotability, and Societal Costs. She is also the author of numerous articles. Her passion is helping all business professionals move from tactical managers to strategic leaders; her life’s work.
Her twenty-year professional career centers on sales and marketing management, training and development, finance and administration, operations management, regional, district employee, and business development within Fortune 500 corporations.
Dr. Fellows is a behavioral change management professional with expertise in change management, organizational design and development, culture change, training, executive development and coaching, and counseling.
She is a facilitator of team processes for start-up teams, intact work groups, and interdepartmental groups; including establishing purpose, negotiating roles, setting individual and team goals, improving business and operational processes, managing conflict, assessing outcomes, developing communication skills, and workshop facilitation.
She is a skilled organizational research and analysis, organizational assessment, intervention and change management professional who orchestrates researches, and designs, instrumentation and implementation procedures to obtain organizational climate information, measure individual and team effectiveness, employee satisfaction, and communication styles.
Her expertise centers on designing, implementing and analyzing data from surveys, focus groups, and in-depth interviews; conducting content analysis for gathered quantitative and qualitative data. Preparing written reports and presentations. Assisting clients in the interpretation of results implementation of recommendations for effective communication.
Further, she develops change management strategies, conducts stakeholder analysis and impact assessments, and partners with key stakeholders to ensure change management implications are understood and anticipated. She develops transition plans based on impact assessment and focus group research; planning, developing, and delivering all communication in consultation with business units and stakeholder communications; ensuring all change activities are complete in accordance with project plans and time frames.
Douglas V. Davidson, Ph.D.
Dr. Douglas V. Davidson, Ph.D. is a Professor of Sociology at Western Michigan University and a Core Faculty Member of the Graduate College at The Union Institute & University. Dr. Davidson has a Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of California at Berkeley with substantive knowledge in the areas of sociological and community development, the systemic process of organizational alignments, sociology of education, sociology of colonialism, and third world development. His extensive expertise centers on overseeing the development of the Ethnic Studies Department at the University of California at Berkeley and Director of Black Studies/Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Massachusetts. He is an author, consultant and speaker.
Leland K. Hall, Sr., Ph.D.
Dr. Leland K. Hall, Sr. has a doctorate in Psychology/Mental Health Administration from The Union Institute & University. His expertise as an administrator and consultant in both the public and private arena centers on Organizational Development, Administration and Policy Analysis, Health and Human Services, Community Development/Organization, Social Service Planning/Development, Individual/Group Psychotherapy and Social Work, and spans thirty years.
Carolyn Long-Harvey, Ed. D.
Dr. Carolyn Long-Harvey is a graduate of the University of Mississippi with a doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction, and an M.A. in Administration and Supervision. She is an educational, organizational, and corporate consultant, speaker, and professor in Union University’s School of Education. Dr. Long-Harvey has been an invited guest lecturer at such business schools as Santa Clara University’s Leavey School of Business, Notre Dame de Namur University, and San Jose State University. Her perspective on leadership development is unique in enabling others to act, fostering collaboration, and helping
James Thomas McGlowan, II, M.D.
Dr. James T. McGlowan is a Board Certified Distinguished Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, an administrator, clinician, researcher, lecturer and speaker with over 16 years of experience and expertise in his field. Currently, Dr. McGlowan operates two practices: Arthroscopy Sports Medicine and Minimally Invasive Associates (ASMMIA) located in Whitman and Dorchester, MA.
Dr. McGlowan’s esteemed career` in clinical practice includes:
- NYU Medical Center, Resident, General Surgery;
- Orthopedic Sports Medicine Fellow at the University of Massachusetts and University of Tennessee;
- State University of New York at Buffalo, School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Orthopedic Resident and Research Fellow; and
- Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center, New York, Orthopedic Surgery House Officer and Research Fellow
Dr. McGlowan has a passion for helping all persons achieve work-life balance. Currently, Dr. McGlowan is conducting on-going research with Dr. Brenda Fellows on the impact of workplace stress on one’s person-centeredness, wellness, wholeness, and productivity. His forthcoming book, co-authored with Dr. Fellows, Size Matters: How stress, obesity, and fear in the workplace cause illness, low productivity, and high societal costs draws critical attention to the importance of one’s ability to create and maintain work-life balance through an overall healthy lifestyle and corporate America’s role in assisting employees by helping them reach their goals.
Dr. McGlowan appeared in the “Guide to America’s Top Orthopedist,” by Consumer’s Research Council of America in 2008 and 2009. He is recognized in Baltimore’s Who’s Who as one of the top Orthopedists and is a lifetime member. He was named “Physician of the Year,” by the Republican National Congress Committee and was “Chairman of Massachusetts” on Medical Issues for the Republican National Congress Committee in 2007. Further, Dr. McGlowan had an esteemed Fellowship with the Boston Red Sox in arthroscopy and sports medicine, 2001–2002 and was trained by the Physicians for the Buffalo Bills (NFL) and Buffalo Sabres (NHL), 1997–2001.
Dr. McGlowan’s memberships in Professional Societies include:
- Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons;
- Fellow of the American Association of Orthopedic Surgeons;
- Diplomat of the American Board of Orthopedic Surgeons;
- Active Member of the Arthroscopic Association of North America;
- Alpha Epsilon Delta;
- Beta Beta Beta; and
- Sigma Tau Delta.
Kathryn D. Peoples, M.S.C.C. (a.b.d)
Ms. Kathryn Peoples is a Doctoral Candidate for the degree of Industrial/Organizational Psychology with a concentration in Organizational Leadership at The Union Institute & University. Her expertise is in the area of Organizational Behavior with a focus on Personality Testing; Human Resource Management, Training & Development, Executive Leadership, Team-Building, Conflict Resolution, Behavioral Management, Dialogue, Personal Development, Employee-Assistance Treatment Planning/Intervention, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, and Gestalt Therapy. Her expansive knowledge and expertise also include Media Relations centering on corporate sponsorship, policies and regulation development.
Elizabeth D. Taylor, Ph.D.
Dr. Elizabeth D. Taylor, Ph.D. is an Organizational Development consultant, professor and graduate of The Union Institute and University. She has over 25 years of experience in her field of study. She acted as Chair of the Master's Program at John F. Kennedy University. She is the founder of Wisdom To Go headquartered in Phoenix, AZ.
Claudewell S. Thomas M.D., M.Ph.
Dr. Claudewell S. Thomas, M.D., M.Ph., is professor emeritus of psychiatry and biobehavioral sciences, David Geffen School of Medicine UCLA. He has more than forty years of teaching and administrative experience at Yale, the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), New Jersey Medical School, the Los Angeles County of Mental Health, and UCLA. He is a distinguished life fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and an emeritus member of the American College of Psychiatrists.
Dr. Thomas is a former Tavistock organizational consultant in association with the Washington School of Psychiatry. He is a 1997 recipient of Yale’s department of psychiatry Distinguished Psychiatric Alumnus Award, and has been listed in as many as seven marquee editions of Who’s Who simultaneously. He is an emeritus member of the scientific research society Sigma Xi and. a former member of the National Research Council’s (of the National Academy of Science) Assembly of Behavioral and Social Sciences.
B. Lynn Ware, Ph.D.
Dr. B. Lynn Ware, Ph.D. is an Industrial/Organizational Psychologist and the founder and President of Integral Talent Systems, Inc., (ITS) an internationally known management and training consulting firm specializing in talent management issues. ITS is a pioneer in the talent management field as the company was the first consulting firm dedicated to this workplace issue that began emerging in the U.S. during 1996 and has since become a global concern.
Lloyd C. Williams, D.Min, Ph.D.
Dr. Lloyd C. Williams is an educational and organizational researcher, speaker, author, organizational change and research consultant, professor & executive coach.
Dr. Williams holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology, a D. Min. in Personality and Culture. For over thirty five years, Dr. Williams has served communities, cultures, organizations, groups and individuals in the advancement of their development to achieve exceptional individual, group and organizational performance. Dr. Williams has written nine books in the fields of Organizational Change Management, Human Resources, People Challenges and Organizational and People Sustainability and has spoken widely on issues of human and organizational performance factors around the globe.
American Educational Research Association (AERA)
American Council on Education (ACE)
American Counseling Association (ACA)
American Psychological Association(APA)
American Psychiatric Association (APA)
American Medical Association (AMA)
American Society of Training & Development (ASTD) - Golden Gate Chapter
American Sociological Association (ASA)
Association of Business Communicators (ABC)
Bay Area Applied Psychologists (BAAP)
Bay Area Organizational Development Network (BAODN)
International Association of Business Communication (IABC)
Northern California Human Resource Association (NCHRA)
Society of Industrial/Organizational Psychology (SIOP)
Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM)