The Bizzell Group
Maxine Fuller is a graduate of The American University in Washington, D.C., with a M.S. in Personnel and Human Resource Management. Ms. Fuller is an experienced professional with an extensive background in organizational development, project management, instructional design, training, and facilitation. Over the past 25 years Ms. Fuller has designed, developed and delivered education and training programs for the leadership, management and employees of federal and state government agencies; Fortune 500 corporations; public, private and higher education; industry and trade associations; and non-profit and nongovernment organizations in the United States, Eastern Europe, and Brazil. Current clients include United States Department of Health and Human Services’ Center for Substance Abuse Prevention and the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment; Johnson, Bassin & Shaw International; The Bizzell Group; Synergy Enterprises, Inc.; IQ Solutions; and the American Management Association.
Ms. Fuller is a writer and published author with expertise in organizational development, nonprofit management and leadership, instructional design and facilitation, online and virtual training design and delivery, diversity management and cultural competence, strategic planning, leadership development, collective impact, community partnership and coalition and capacity building, and substance abuse prevention and treatment.
She is currently an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Public Policy and Management at the Andrew Young School of Public Policy at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia where she teaches Strategic Human Resources Management for Public and Nonprofit Organizations, Nonprofit Leadership and Management, and Introduction to Nonprofits classes for graduate and undergraduate students. Prior to joining the faculty at Georgia State University, Ms. Fuller taught Partnering for Results, a graduate class in partnership development, coalition building, and program development and sustainability at The Johns Hopkins University’s Institute for Policy Studies in Baltimore, Maryland.
Monday, October 21
10:30 AM – 12:00 PM