D.D. (DON) WARRICK, DBA
Warrick is a Professor of Management and Organization Change in the UCCS College of Business and Executive MBA program. He earned an MBA from the University of Oklahoma and a PhD from the University of Southern California. An award winning educator, consultant, and author, Warrick specializes in coaching and developing leaders, developing high performance leadership teams and organizations, and managing organization change and transformation. Warrick also serves as the President of the Warrick Agency Training and Development Company and has been a consultant or trainer for many Fortune 500 and international companies, including Allied Signal, British Petroleum, Dow Corning, Harley-Davidson, Hewlett Packard, IBM, and Unilever. Warrick is a many-time recipient of the UCCS and College of Business Outstanding Teacher Awards. He has been named the Outstanding Organization Development Practitioner of the Year and the Outstanding Human Resources Professional of the Year, and in 2011 he was named the Best Professor in Organisational Development by the World HRD Congress. He has received commendations from the Academy of Management and was named the David Bradford/McGraw-Hill Educator of the Year for his contributions to the field of Organization Behavior. Warrick holds the life-time title of President's Teaching Scholar and has received the Chancellor's Award, the highest level of recognition awarded by the University. His latest books are Lessons In Leadership: Learning From Real World Cases (2011) and Lessons In Leading Change: Learning From Real World Cases and Lessons In Changing Culture: Learning From Real World Cases, both of which will be released in 2012.
GLEN WERNER ROSEBOOM, U.S. OLYMPIC COMMITTEE
Werner-Roseboom is the Director of the Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center where she is responsible for the overall operations and logistics of a 35 acre site including eight departments, $6 million annual budget, and a 512 bed elite athlete training and competition facility owned by the United States Olympic Committee. She earned a Masters of Education in Sport Management from Northern Illinois University and is a graduate of the 2010 Olympic Sport Leadership Certification program. Werner Roseboom is also an adjunct professor at the University of Alabama in the Sport Management Program teaching Strategies in Management. She has played high school sports, varsity college basketball, including a 1993 Division III Final Four appearance, club rowing team and competitive ice hockey. She has attended every Olympic Games since 2002.