Carrie Hewitt, M.A.
Carrie is an alumna of Elmhurst College’s master’s program in industrial/organizational psychology. She received her bachelor’s degree from Elmhurst College in psychology and political science. She has over 15 years of human resources generalist experience and her expertise is in training and development, recruitment/selection, organizational development, coaching and mentoring, leadership development and employee relations.
Tim Buividas, Ed.D.
Tim is a consultant, coach, and facilitator at The Corporate Learning Institute. Tim works with participants to create performance break-through and organizational change among all levels. He has consulted entry level to executive level participants. He works one on one, or in group settings. Tim focuses on performance management, strategic planning, managing change, effectiveness coaching, leadership development, organizational development, team building, group dynamics, and personal style assessments for clients who want to drive positive change in their organizations.
He is certified in experimental training and development, Myers Briggs, DiSC® Personal Profile, Team Dimensions Profile, Situational Leadership and Emotional Intelligence. He also is an expert with the Thomas Kilmann Conflict Indicator, Time Mastery Profile, Corporate Lifecycles, Fish Philosophy, Denison Culture Survey, and other learning development models. He uses 360° feedback tools and has developed a team effectiveness survey.
Tim holds a doctorate in organizational leadership and MS in management and organizational behavior, with a focus on organizational development. Tim has been teaching at the university level since 1998.
Lawrence B. Carroll, Psy.D., M.B.A.
Director of the Center for Professional Excellence
Larry Carroll’s background is in the areas of organization development and clinical psychology. His interests lie in teaching, conducting research, and consulting in the areas of organization development, group process, career/life planning, facilitation, and team building. He has worked with a number of organizations and individuals with strategic planning approaches to organizational, professional, and personal development.
Anthony Colantoni, M.S., J.D.
Anthony Colantoni is a principal in The SGC Consulting Group, a Chicago-based organization development consulting firm that specializes in helping businesses and organizations through the growth and change process. Tony concentrates his efforts in the areas of strategic planning, team development, leadership development, and organizational change. In addition, he coaches executives and managers to achieve higher levels of performance. Tony has experience in many settings, such as manufacturing, technology, transportation, pharmaceuticals, consumer products, food, health care, higher education, human services, and church ministries. His client list includes Mercury Marine, Kraft, Motorola, Takeda Pharmaceuticals, Abbott Diagnostics, CTA, Unilever, UOP, The Leukemia-Lymphoma Society, Loyola University Chicago, and Pepper Construction. Tony received his bachelor’s degree from Villanova University, his J.D. from the John Marshall Law Center, and his M.S. in organizational development from Loyola University Chicago. He has engaged in additional professional development through the Center for Creative Leadership, the Organization Development Network, the American Society for Training and Development, the American Psychological Association, and the Association for Psychological Type. He is adjunct faculty at Elmhurst and elsewhere, teaching leadership, group dynamics, team development, and organizational theory and development to graduate and undergraduate students. He is also a consultant to Elmhurst’s Center for Professional Excellence, where he supports mentoring and career education.
Angela R. Howard, M.A.
Angela is a dynamic development and performance improvement professional with an unwavering passion for helping individuals and organizations tap into human potential. After earning her B.A. in Psychology and Human Resource Development, she began her career at Beam Suntory in a variety of positions that helped sharpened her organization development expertise and increased her exposure to a plethora of transformational projects. Toward the end of her six year career at Beam Suntory, she successfully completed her Masters of Arts (MA) degree in Industrial/Organizational (I/O) Psychology at Elmhurst College. Currently, Angela works part-time as an adjunct professor for the I/O Psychology program at Elmhurst and full-time at Rotary International as an HR and Organization Development Business Partner to management and staff to improve people and business performance through development and an enhanced work experience.
Julie Nosal, M.A.
Julie is an alumna of Elmhurst College with vver 15 years of experience working with students in training and development. She teaches courses including general psychology, lifespan development, organization development, research methods at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Her interests include motivation, workplace change, employee satisfaction and development as well as issues in diversity.
Cami M. Rodriguez, M.A.
Cami is an alumna of Elmhurst College's Master's program in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. She has been an adjunct with the College since 2009 teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate level. She also served on the College's Alumni Board as Chairperson for Service and VP of Programming as well as being a Mentor through the College's Mentoring Program. Her career started off with consulting projects with professors through the program tailored towards a needs assessment for training development and culture assessment for hiring purposes. Cami also became certified as a Green Belt in Lean Six Sigma. Cami has professional work experience in full cycle recruitment, development of selection procedures, training, survey development and action planning, project management, career assessment and coaching for individuals with disabilities along with job creation and redesign.
Laurie M. Spiegel, M.A.
Laurie is a Talent Management Business Partner within the Talent Management & Organizational Effectiveness group at The Boeing Company where she partners directly with the business to deploy enterprise-wide talent management processes, tools and services. Her area of focus is on succession planning, performance management, identification and development of high potential talent, leadership development and executive compensation. Prior to her role at Boeing, Laurie worked for Bridgestone America's as Leadership Development Project Coordinator for the Talent Development and Education group. In this position she created and supported leadership development and talent management initiatives that aligned to the business strategy. Laurie holds a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Benedictine University in Lisle, Illinois and a Master's in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Elmhurst College. She has additional training in the facilitation of talent review meetings and is a certified Insights Discovery Client Practitioner. Laurie is a member of the Succession Planning Roundtable by Aon Hewitt, Society of Industrial & Organizational Psychologists and Society for Human Resource Management.
Carole Veronesi, M.S.
Consultant in Organization Development
Carole is a principal with the SGC Consulting Group and holds a B.S. from Northern Illinois University and a M.S. from George Williams College/Aurora University. She has participated in ongoing development and learning with National Training Laboratories (NTL) and the Consulting Psychologists of the American Psychological Association, and has been trained in the Conference Model for Large Systems Change. Carole has taught in the Graduate Program at Loyola University of Chicago and currently serves as an adjunct faculty member at Elmhurst College since 1988, teaching classes in group dynamics, and group leadership skills. She also teaches at Elmhurst College in the graduate program for IO psychologists. She is a member of the Organization Development Network/Chicago, and previously served on its board. She is published in the 2001 Annual for Jossey-Bass/Pfeiffer, leaders in human resource development. In addition, she is published in the October 2008 edition of Clinical & Surgical Ophthalmology focusing on emotional intelligence for physicians. For more than twenty years, Carole has practiced in a variety of settings, including manufacturing, technology, professional services, health care, higher education, human services, and church staffs and ministries. Among her current engagements, Carole is a parish consultant for the INSPIRE Project, co-sponsored by the Archdiocese of Chicago and Loyola University of Chicago, working with pastors, staffs and parish communities on leadership and transition issues.