College of Management and Technology
With more than 20 years of organizational development experience, Kerry Mitchell, Ph.D. specializes in creating engaging cultures that increase organizational retention. She offers consultation services and training workshops that encompass generational communication and employee empowerment. As a partner to non-profits, government and Fortune 500 organizations, she is interested in assisting individuals and organizations reach their fullest potential. In addition to owning Moxy Solutions, a consulting and training business, Kerry teaches online and in the classroom. Her teaching focus is human resource management and leadership. Her graduate degrees are from University of Denver and Fielding Graduate University. Her doctorate is in Human and Organizational Systems. Her dissertation explored workplace empowerment and what it means to different generations. She is certified in mediation and Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). She has volunteered her time with many nonprofits, especially focusing on literacy. She has tutored and read to children in order to improve reading skills. Additionally, she has taught online courses through Jesuit Worldwide Learning to adult students living at the margins in Kenya, Malawi, Jordan, Myanmar, Afghanistan, Rwanda, and Brooklyn. She has co-authored journal articles and presented at many academic and professional conferences. Her book about engaging and empowering a multigenerational workforce will be released later this year. As a scholar-practioner, her knowledge and research allows her to bring the latest ideas and techniques to those with whom she works.