D.M., University of Phoenix; MSW, B.S., California State University
Management and public policy; systems theory and integration; strategic management and planning; sustainability; future studies; integrating business, nonprofit, and government spheres of influence; leadership and organizational change; nonprofit leadership and management; social service nonprofit issues
Dr. Land’s professional activities include both for-profit and nonprofit organization management and administration, with professional training in the areas of organization development, leadership, finance, human resource management, and human service delivery. She has been responsible for fund development, budget/finance administration, community relations, multi-agency collaboration and integration strategies, incident response planning and training, and client service administration, in addition to employee supervision and performance evaluation. Her consulting work has included coordination, collaboration, and networking activities for government, community, and school-based integrated service organizations. She has facilitated public-private collaborative efforts to develop community services that emphasize resident involvement, self-advocacy, and empowerment practices.