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Mabel Menard

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Mabel Menard
has been the Campus College Chair for the College of Social Sciences at the University of Phoenix in Chicago since October 2012, overseeing the Colleges of Humanities & Sciences, Heath Sciences Professions, and Security & Criminal Justice plus the Bachelor’s in Human Services, Criminal Justice Administration, and Health Administration programs. In addition, she acts as a special projects consultant for a social service agency and an HR consultant for a law firm on an as-needed basis. In her spare time, she mentors Asian-American professionals and international students. She is also a mentor and facilitator for the OCA Mentoring Asian-American Professionals program and a mentor and the Social Media Coordinator for the University of the People Mentorship Program.

Ms Menard received her Bachelor of Arts cum laude in Social Science and Master of Science in Clinical Psychology from Radford University, Radford, Virginia. She holds a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology from, and was a Psy.D. candidate (ABD) at, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Chicago, Illinois. She also received her MBA in Human Resources Management from the University of Phoenix and has been pursuing her Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership with a concentration in Health and Human Services.

Ms Menard’s management experience includes retail, acoustics engineering consulting firm, and psychiatric rehabilitation programs. She also has extensive research and quality assurance experience, having been involved in the design of and data collection for various research and quality assurance projects. Her HR experience includes writing, reviewing, and updating personnel and operational policies and advising affiliates on HR best practices.

Ms Menard’s clinical experience includes psychiatric rehabilitation services, student counseling, and court-ordered psychological evaluations and therapy. She also has extensive teaching experience both domestically and internationally. She became a faculty member of University of Phoenix, Chicago campus, in January 2009, teaching courses in Criminal Justice Research, Management, Business Research, Psychology, and Human Services.

Created October 2015  

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