College of Health Sciences
Dr. Darrell Norman Burrell is doctoral faculty at the University of Phoenix. He is a 2017 graduate of the National Coalition Building Institute’s (NCBI) Leadership Diversity Institute. He is a guest lecturer and speaker with the AAGEN Asian American Government Executive Network (AAGEN) and the Hispanic-Serving Health Professions Schools (HSHPS) organizations. He is a certified executive coach and a certified diversity professional. He is an alumnus of the prestigious Presidential Management Fellows Program www.pmf.gov. Dr. Burrell also has over 8 years of US federal government service with US Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Academically, Dr. Burrell has a doctorate degree and 5 graduate degrees. In 2016, Dr. Burrell completed a Master of Arts in Interfaith Action at Claremont Lincoln University as a Global Peacemaker Fellow where he engaged in research on diversity and inclusion in the workplace as it relates to religion. Dr Burrell has a doctorate degree Health Education with concentrations in Environmental Public Health and Executive Leadership Coaching from A.T. Still University. His dissertation research was on the human resources development topic of intergenerational conflict in the workplace. Dr. Burrell has an Education Specialist (EdS) graduate degree in Higher Education Administration from The George Washington University. He has two graduate degrees one in Human Resources Management/Development and another Organizational Management in Healthcare Leadership from National Louis University. He also has a Master of Arts degree in Sales and Marketing Management from Prescott College. Dr. Burrell has over 20 years of management experience in academia, government, and private industry. He has over 16 years of university teaching experience at several universities. Dr. Burrell has over 80 publications and over 100 conference presentations.