Nancy Zentis, Ph.D., is the Founder and CEO of the Institute of Organization Development (IOD) providing online and classroom certification programs in Organization Development, Human Resource Business Partners, Talent Management, Executive Coaching, and Leadership Development, providing certification programs for more than 20 years to over 2500 participants in more than 30 countries.
Patricia Dammann, President of Institute of Organization Development. She is responsible for the strategic direction, research and development, and facilitates the Certificate Programs and the Professional Development Workshop. President
Susan M. Gervasi has an extensive career working in the field of Training and Organizational Development.
Antoinette (Toni) Ford has both national and international experience as an organization development professional and has served for over 15 years in the capacity of vice president of human resources.
Dr. Cindy Banyai is the Vice President of Strategy and Operations at the Institute of Organization Development. She has worked in the field of organization development since 2006 as head of her own consulting firm specializing in evaluation
Gene Wheeler has been an adult educator and Human Resource Consultant for over 30 years; helping individuals, teams and organizations grow and strengthen human capital through; recruiting, 360 and psychometric assessments, competency-based leadership development training programs, talent management and executive coaching.
Noha has over 20 years of experience providing expert counsel to businesses and government agencies operating in complex industry, policy and organizational environments.
Dr. Moskal, an architect of organization-wide change for over 35 years, specializes in Leadership Coaching, focusing on helping leaders manage change by modifying individual behavior and creating extraordinary teams. Bill, most recently, was the managing partner with IRI Consultants to Management for fifteen years responsible for the Organization Development division. From 1979 to 1986, he was Corporate Director of Organization Development with Henry Ford Health System. He also served as Assistant Superintendent for the Peaceful Integration Project with the Archdiocesan Schools in Detroit, Michigan, an Associate Professor at Oakland University, and an Adjunct with Seaton Hall University and International College of Naples (Hodges University).