Morse, Dr. Kimberly
Dr. Kimberly Morse is a dynamic and collaborative consultant with a sharp ability to solve problems. She has nearly 15 years of experience in Higher Education, including in Admissions, Student Services, and serving as Doctoral Committee Member since 2020. Kimberly shifted into Organizational Development Consulting in 2016, working to optimize program creation, employee integrity, engagement and development that are aligned with SJH’s strategic business goals, mission and values.
Kimberly has been a guest speaker for ATD in San Francisco on the topic of Change Management, as well as serving as a Panel Speaker at SIOP, 2022, and, most recently, presented at the APA 2023 Conference. Additionally, she is a published author, with contributions in two separate, peer-reviewed books that address remote learning, as well as being the lead author on Diversity in the Workplace: What Most Organizations Get Wrong, And How to Get it Right. She has additionally published a book on How to Write a Dissertation, which is a walk through self-help guide for others pursuing their doctoral degree. Her published dissertation illustrates her research interests in work/life balance, stress, and life satisfaction.
Kimberly holds a PhD and Master’s degree in Industrial Organizational Psychology from Grand Canyon University, a Graduate certificate in Big Data & Analytics. She is also certified in the Predictive Index suite of Assessments. Additionally, Kimberly holds the SHRM-CP certification as well as DEI Certificates from AIHR and HR University.