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WHO WE ARE - BOARD OF DIRECTORS

THE GSAEC DIFFERENCE

GSAEC values the advancement of academic rigor in coaching research and education, the development and promotion of community among its members, the advancement of the integrity of the field of coaching and the continued progression of knowledge creation.


Melvin L. Smith, PhD, BCC
Case Western Reserve University
Chairman of the Board
Primary Voting Board Member


Mike Zwell, Ph.D.
Wright Graduate University for the Realization of Human Potential
President
Primary Voting Board Member

Charline Russo, EdD
University of Pennsylvania
Vice President
Primary Voting Board Member


Lori Zwell, MBA, PCC
Wright Graduate University for the Realization of Human Potential
Secretary


Erek J. Ostrowski, Ph.D., PCC
University of Pennsylvania
Chair of Peer Review and Recognition Committee
Primary Voting Board Member


Linda J. Page, Ph.D.
Adler Graduate Professional School
Co-Chair, Academic Standards
Alternate Voting Board Member


David Matthew Prior, MCC, BCC
Columbia University
GSAEC Peer Reviewer of Academic Standards
Alternate Voting Board Member


Begum Verjee. Ed.D., M.Ed., ACC
Adler Graduate Professional School, Toronto
Board Member
Primary Voting Board Member


Terrence E. Maltbia
Columbia University
Primary Voting Board Member


Suzanne Boulos, MBA
William James College
Alternate Voting Board Member


Gordon Medlock, Ph.D., PCC
Wright Graduate University for the Realization of Human Potential
Alternate Voting Board Member


Penny Potter, Ph.D.
Productive Interactions
Research Committee Co-Chair
Alternate Voting Board Member


Jabulile Msimango-Galawe, Ph.D.
Wits Business School
Primary Voting Board Member


Ina Gjikondi
The George Washington University - Center for Excellence in Public Leadership
Primary Voting Board Member


Bonnie Buckner, PhD
The George Washington University - Center for Excellence in Public Leadership
Primary Voting Board Member

Michael Cauley
Lipscomb University
Primary Voting Board Member


MEMBERSHIP

GSAEC membership is open to academic institutions, individuals and students who constitute a community united in the establishment and promotion of a common knowledge base for executive and organization coaching. This includes institutions and individuals who are conducting and disseminating research to expand this knowledge base and defining curricula standards for graduate-level education in coaching.

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