Professionals

Professionals

All of DCI’s consultants have advanced degrees in Industrial/ Organizational (I/O) Psychology.  I/O psychologists are uniquely qualified to understand the intersection of work and human behavior because they are trained to evaluate employment decision-making, work performance, and organizational behavior. In addition, each consultant has a firm understanding of statistics, psychometrics, affirmative action plan regulations, and compensation analysis.

Michael Aamodt, Ph.D.  
 
Michael Aamodt, Ph.D.

Principal Consultant

Eric Dunleavy, Ph.D.  
 
Eric Dunleavy, Ph.D

Principal Consultant

Harold M. Busch, Ed.M.  
 
Harold M. Busch, Ed.M.

Vice President of
Government Affairs

Fred Satterwhite, M.S.  
 
Fred Satterwhite, M.S.

Principal Consultant

Keli Wilson, M.A.  
 
Keli Wilson, M.A.

Senior Consultant

Joanna Colosimo, M.A.  
 
Joanna Colosimo, M.A.

Senior Consultant

David Morgan, M.S.  
 
David Morgan, M.S.

Senior Consultant

Jerilyn J. Kinderdine  
 
Jerilyn J. Kinderdine

Director of Administration

Kayo G. Sady, Ph.D.  
 
Kayo G. Sady, Ph.D.

Senior Consultant

Amanda Shapiro , M.S.  
 
Amanda Shapiro, M.S.

Consultant

Jana Garman, M.A.  
 
Jana Garman, M.A.

Consultant

Yevonessa Hall, M.P.S.  
 
Yevonessa Hall, M.P.S.

Associate Consultant

David Sharrer, M.S.  
 
David Sharrer, M.S.

Associate Consultant

Kristen Pryor, M.S.  
 
Kristen Pryor, M.S.

Associate Consultant

Yesenia Avila, M.P.S.  
 
Yesenia Avila, M.P.S.

HR Analyst

Rachel Gabbard, M.A.  
 
Rachel Gabbard, M.A.

HR Analyst

Jeff Henderson, M.P.S.  
 
Jeff Henderson, M.P.S.

HR Analyst

Sosa Sang, M.S.  
 
Sosa Sang, M.S.

Computer Programmer

Cecilia Liu  
 
Cecilia Liu

Accountant

Steven Huang, M.S.  
 
Steven Huang, M.S.

Computer Programmer

Vinaya Sakpal, M.P.S.  
 
Vinaya Sakpal, M.P.S.

Selection Analyst

News

U.S. Dept of Labor Releases Final Rules Updating VEVRAA and Section 503

The U.S. Department of Labor today announced two final rules to improve hiring and employment of veterans and people with disabilities.

Recent Blog Posts

THE REALITY OF DISABILITY SURVEY NONRESPONSE

In a recent post, we highlighted some of the problems that may be encountered with collecting and analyzing the disability status of employees.  In particular, there are data collection problems with relying upon a voluntary self-identification method and allowing an option to not self-identify. The post was concerned with the different disability utilization percentages that could be calculated, depending on how the individuals who do not self-identify are treated in the analysis. We thought further elaboration on the topic of survey completion percentages was warranted, as there is substantial academic research on the topic. For those interested in the specifics of the research that has been done, refer to our brief

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