Ray Wheeler, DMin
Ray’s background includes research investigating the role of hope as a factor in leadership emergence and organizational change. His work established a value based approach to organizational development and an evidence based approach to coaching that enhances organizational recognition and development of their talent pool.
Ray is irresistable in his passion for developing people and enhancing their skills and perspectives as leaders. The best testimonial for Ray is the lasting impact he has had in management in a variety of industries and as an educator. Ray’s senior management experience includes director of a global short-term mission organization, director of regional church planting, director of operations for a hospitality software firm, vice president of administration for a student loan servicing organization and director of global sales for a manufacturing firm (see more at www.linkedin.com/in/drraywheeler).
Ray's capabilities include:
- executive and leadership coaching
- leadership training
- curriculum design
- key note speaking
- organizational design
- job design
- spiritual formation
Ray is an adjunct professor at LIFE Pacific College (http://lifepacific.edu). He has also taught at Bethesda University (http://www.buc.edu) on leadership formation, church administration, church growth, and organizational development and for Azusa Pacific University’s Global Leadership Program, an international program offering a master of arts in global leadership and Haggard School of Theology where he lectured on organizational growth and leadership development. (http://www.apu.edu )
He serves as chairman of the board for the Student Volunteer Movement 2 (www.svm2.org) and is active in various leadership roles at Fellowship Monrovia, a local congregation. (http://madeforfellowship.com)
Hear Dr. Ray Wheeler discuss his passion about leadership.
Claremont School of Theology
Fuller Theological Seminary
- Certified Leadership Coach
- Certified Birkman Consultant
- Certified in iOpener assessments (an organizational development assessment that measures employee engagement)
- Ray is a member of the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM), and holds a certificate in human resource management from Chafey College