Mike is a Principal Consultant for DCI Consulting Group, Inc. He spends most of his days conducting salary equity analyses, computing adverse impact statistics, and helping develop employee selection systems for federal contractors and other organizations. Prior to working for DCI, Mike spent 26 years as a professor of Industrial/Organizational Psychology at Radford University. He received his B.A. in psychology from Pepperdine University in Malibu, California and both his M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Arkansas.
Mike has published several books in the human resources area, published over 60 research articles and book chapters and presented over 140 papers at professional conferences.
In over 30 years as a trainer and consultant, Mike has helped a wide variety of organizations deal with such issues as compensation, salary equity, employee selection, job analysis, performance evaluation, and downsizing. He is considered one of the nation’s experts in police psychology and in OFCCP/EEOC compliance.
Mike is active in a variety of professional organizations. He is a past president of the New River Valley SHRM as well as a past president of the Society for Police and Criminal Psychology.
In his spare time, Mike likes to make lame attempts at being athletic, cook what at times turn out to be edible meals, travel, and SCUBA dive. He lives in Pulaski, Virginia with his wife Bobbie. Their son, Josh, is an attorney in Northern Virginia but Mike and Bobbie continue to love him anyway.