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Bonnie K. Jackson-Knox, Ph.D.

Bonnie started and continues to run a consulting organization, Achievement Dynamics, that specializes in providing management and employee development training to private and public sector organizations. She has designed, planned and delivered seminars nationally and internationally and continues to work with and provide training and consulting services to manufacturers, non-profit organizations, state and federal agencies and healthcare organizations throughout the United States. She joined the faculty of Management Development Programs and Services at The Pennsylvania State University with an appointment as assistant professor in association with the College of the Education. She was hired by the University of Phoenix to provide guidance, review policies and procedures, and review performance of adjunct and full-time doctoral instructors for the Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Pysch program, Doctorate of Business Administration, and Doctorate of Management in Leadership/ Information Systems and Technology as well as teach doctoral on-line courses.

Additionally, she is adjunct faculty for the Office of Personnel Management and delivers classes to federal managers in the Eastern and Western Management Development Centers.

Bonnie has served as primary consultant to several organizations that have undergone dramatic change through mergers, acquisitions and the demands of a changing market. In working collaboratively with management and associates the organizations have achieved measurable improvements in production, profitability, quality and customer service.

Most recently, Bonnie K. Jackson-Knox was the Vice President of Strategic Planning and Implementation at the Lancaster General College of Nursing and Health Sciences as well as holding the position of Vice President of the Institute for Professional Development an entity of the Lancaster General College of Nursing and Health Sciences. The Institute provides education to the Lancaster community and Lancaster General Hospital, a 7000 + employee health care system.

Dr. Knox has served on the planning committee with the Appalachian Regional Commission on rural incubation and the planning committee with the Pennsylvania Human Resources Investment Council. She assisted the Pennsylvania Biotechnology Association in assessing and identifying workforce needs of the biotechnology community. She also served as the director of training and incubation for the Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Central and Northern Pennsylvania. In addition, she was the statewide contact for the Pennsylvania Agribusiness community for Governor Thomas Ridge in his Technology 21 initiative.

She has an undergraduate degree from Bowling Green State University in Ohio and a Master’s Degree in Education, Training and Development from The Pennsylvania State University, Capital College and a Ph.D. in Workforce Education and Development from The Pennsylvania State University, State College.

Ms. Knox can be reached directly at the following e-mail: