Ann Dinan, Ph.D., M.S.S.A., C.P.C.C. has passion for leadership, which has led her to the teaching, study, and practice of Personal Leadership as well as Organizational and Culture Change and to the position as President of the Deeper Leadership Institute and previously as the Head of North American Operations for the Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative (GRLI). Ann has taught Strategic and Personal Leadership at Xavier University (Cincinnati, OH, USA) and is on Faculty of the Whole Foods Market Academy for Conscious Leadership. She is currently writing a book on Peace Leadership, and a book chapter on Human Unity for Peace. She earned her doctorate in Social Science Research from Washington University, USA, her master’s degree from Case Western Reserve, USA, and she is an ICF (International Coach Federation) certified coach.

Zachary Gabriel Green, Ph.D. is a Professor of Practice in Leadership Studies at the University of San Diego’s (USD) School of Leadership and Education Sciences. Prior coming to USD, Dr. Green was a senior scholar at the James MacGregor Burns Academy of Leadership at the University of Maryland. He is also the co-founder of Group Relations International and IMAGO Global Grassroots. Dr. Green is trained as a clinical psychologist and specializes in organizational systems analysis and intervention. He coaches, consults, and conducts workshops and training sessions for numerous national and international organizations. Clients have included The World Bank, Brookings Institution, Microsoft, the National Children’s Medical Center, and Georgetown University, and the RISE San Diego Urban Leadership Fellows Program.

Whitney McIntyre Miller, Ph.D. joined the Graduate Leadership Programs faculty at Chapman University as an Assistant Professor in August of 2014. Prior to coming to Chapman University, she was an Assistant Professor of Organizational Leadership at Northern Kentucky University. She received her Ph.D. in Leadership Studies from the University of San Diego, and holds masters degrees in International Development and Social Work, as well as a bachelor degree in Social Work from the University of Pittsburgh.

Theresa Ricke-Kiely, Ed.D. oversees personnel administration at the Kroc Institute, serving as the liaison to Notre Dame’s Department of Human Resources and the Keough School of Global Affairs. She also provides leadership for the master’s program, focusing on development, recruitment and leadership training for students

Erich Schellhammer, Ph.D. was instrumental in developing the BA in Justice Studies program at Royal Roads University in 2002 and is co-program head. He is interested in cultural diversity (for him, an outcome of applied human ontology). He researches how core values and key competencies for peace professionals can be taught. In a team, he also researches how to best train underprivileged communities in using peaceful conflict resolution strategies