College of Management and Technology
Doctor / Lieutenant Colonel (LTC ret) Salvatore Sinatra has served in corporate America (40 yrs.), US Military (30 yrs), and academia (30+ yrs.), and as contract consultant (various). As management practitioner, professional developer, corporate trainer and education partner/manager, university educator, mentor, coach, and senior military leader, trainer, and researcher, Dr, Sal has contributed widely to societal growth through his professional development of ca. 10,000 executives, managers, military officers, administrators and university students in the US and abroad. He has authored 14 books, guides and other publications as professional developer. During active military duty in the Gulf War, LTC Sinatra was decorated for PSYOP (psychological operations) leadership, cross-service team building, and seminal scholar-practitioner research, with publication on declassification. He subsequently authored a seminal PSYOP paper for a civilian journal. He has instructed for the USA Command and General Staff College and for various military schools, himself a graduate of each. With Walden University, Dr. Sal has served as contributing PhD instructor, mentor, dissertation chair, dissertation member, University Research Reviewer, senior colleague, and lead faculty. He has been serving also as associate professor in MGMT and MGMT Science with another established accredited university. He has taught professional and technical writing and public speaking and as served as president of a regional Toastmasters Club. He is a educator, trainer, military leader/officer, published poet, dances, taught and performed ballroom dancing.