College of Management and Technology
School of Management
Dr. Dale Mancini comes to Walden with years of combined teaching and professional experience. He began his professional career at General Motors in 1988 in the automotive industry, working in several areas of management and non-management roles. Specifically, he worked in product engineering and spent several years developing common practices for the organization’s global operations.
After completing his PhD, he began teaching online and in classrooms in 2004. Dr. Mancini combines practical and theoretical concepts into the classroom, both in undergraduate and graduate levels in business and organizational leadership. He enjoys working with doctoral learners and continues to serve on several dissertation committees.
Dr. Mancini’s role at Walden is to help students with doctoral research and provide mentorship to students working on dissertations.
BA, Spring Arbor College - Spring Arbor, MI United States
MS, Central Michigan University - Troy, MI United States
PhD, Andrews University - Berrien Springs, MI United States
Certified Higher Education Profession, NASASPS - Detroit, MI United States
Honorary Member and Faculty Advisor, Delta Mu Delta (Xi Epsilon Chapter) - Detroit, MI United States
Master International Project Manager, Certified American Academy of Project Management - Detroit, MI United States