Ronald Quincy, Ph.D.


Professor of Professional Practice
Visiting Senior Fellow for Diversity Studies,
John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development

Co-Academic Director, Collaborative Center for Community-Based Research and Service

Academic Director, Rutgers Civic Leadership Institute,
Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders

Faculty Director, South Africa Study Abroad, Honors College & School of Arts & Sciences Honors Program

Ph.D., Michigan State
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Research Interests
  • nonprofit sector leadership and governance
  • fundraising, institutional branding and grantsmanship
  • organizational strategy
  • human capital, performance and executive coaching
  • international civil society organizations and international affairs.


Dr. Quincy earned his Ph.D. from the College of Social Sciences at Michigan State University.  He served as a member of the Governor of Michigan’s Cabinet, Director of the Michigan Department of Civil Rights, and Director of the Michigan State Office of Human Resources Policy and Special Projects.  His other previous positions include the following: Associate Vice President, Assistant to the President, of Harvard University; Chief Operating Officer of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change; Executive Director/President of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc.; President of the White House Fellows Association and Chairman, White House Fellows Foundation; Senior Management Consultant, Towers Perrin (the world’s 11th largest management consulting firm); and Foreign Policy Advisor, U.S. State Department, Africa Bureau.

Complete Curriculum Vitae (C.V.)

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Undergraduate
  • Health Disparities
  • Global Health Perspectives

 

 

Selected Publications
  • Human Resource Management
  • Supervision/Consultation
  • Community Organization
  • Byrne Seminars, School of Arts and Sciences Honors College

Areas of Expertise: Human Capital Investment, Grants, International Affairs, International Civil Society, Organizational Strategy