Brenda Fellows, Ph.D., is an adjunct Professor at University of California, Berkeley – Walter A. Haas School of Business, Haas Management of Organizations Group. She is co-author of the business book based on her award winning research: Your Personal Power-Up: Five Steps to Take Control of Your Life and Career. A behavioral and social scientist, she holds a doctorate in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, cognate in Social Psychology, and minor in Human Resources Management, with distinction. She holds a Masters of Management with a cognate in Organizational Development and Leadership, with distinction. Prior to her work at UC Berkeley, she has been an Adjunct Professor, Lecturer, and Thesis Advisor within numerous major business schools and doctoral programs throughout the San Francisco Bay area and internationally.
Dr. Fellows is President & CEO of Fellows Corporate Consortium, LLC, a global management consulting firm comprised of a cadre of professionals specializing in corporate consultation with over 30 years of expertise in the fields of Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Social Psychology, Organizational Development, Organizational Behavior, Human Resources Management, Behavioral Management, Clinical Counseling, Mental Health Administration, Sports Medicine, Curriculum and Instruction. She has spent her twenty-year professional career in sales and marketing management, training and development, finance and administration, operations management, regional, district employee, and business development within Fortune 500 corporations.
Dr. Fellows is intentional in the necessity to balance systems and people. Establishing her firm to serve clients who recognize business and individuals as more than a problem to be solved, the essential keynote supporting her philosophy is she provides services specifically targeted to systemic changes at the individual, group, organization, global community levels, and critically examines how each is impacted. She is a multi-disciplined professional who utilizes systemic, congruent thought and development strategies to penetrate, heal the rifts, and bridge the gap between personal and organizational systems through research driven approaches for sustained performance. www.fellowsconsortium.com