Kevin O'Callaghan, PhD

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    Kevin O'Callaghan

Kevin came to the Center with over 20 years of leadership, management and teaching experience. Teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in psychology, leadership, management, organizational behavior and history, he has served on the faculties of the United States Air Force Academy, the State University of New York, Eastern Washington State University and the University of Massachusetts. In addition to his impressive teaching background, Kevin has extensive leadership experience at the middle and senior-management levels. A retired Air Force Officer, he has held various leadership and command positions in the fields of personnel, education, training development and transportation.

Kevin joined the Center in 1996. He is Faculty for the 2011 Cohort of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Executive Nurse Fellows program at the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®). In his current role as Senior Faculty, he designs and delivers custom programs for the Center's corporate, nonprofit, government and education clients. He trains the Center's flagship offering, the Leadership Development Program, the Looking Glass Experience and Managing Your Leadership Potential programs. He is also a certified Feedback Coach for the Center. Prior to this role, he was Manager of the Center's Nonprofit Sector.

Kevin is a Nationally Certified Counselor. His areas of interest include leadership development, organizational psychology, cognitive development, and personal and career counseling. He earned a B.A. in History and a M.S. in Guidance and Counseling from St. Michael's College in Vermont. His Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration and Counseling Psychology is from the University of Denver.

Kevin has various publications that have appeared in the Journal of College Student Development, Proceedings of the Applied Behavioral Sciences, Psychology in the Department of Defense and the Education Journal. He is a member of American Society of Training and Development (ASTD) and the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA).