Brian M. Zingo serves as the Director of Programming and Analytics in Institutional Research at Lake Michigan College. He has a wide range of experience in student affairs, project management, and data analysis in higher education.
Previously, Brian was the Business Systems Analyst and Project Manager at Regis University in Denver, Colorado where he oversaw capital projects and university-wide strategic initiatives. Additionally, Brian has worked in various roles within Student Affairs including Veterans Support Services, Financial Aid, Academic Advising, and Registration. He initiated a program to align experiential learning credits for Student Veterans at City College of Chicago allowing them to earn credit for their training in the military. Brian also has served as Project Director on Title III and Veterans Services (Eli Lilly Foundation) grant initiatives ushering in new and innovative programming to address gaps in the student experience.
He has taught courses as a member of adjunct faculty in Business Management, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Operations Management at Ivy Tech Community College, The University of Oklahoma, City Colleges of Chicago, and Regis University.
Brian holds a PhD in Global Leadership with a concentration in Organizational Leadership, a Master of Business Administration from Indiana University, a Master of Administrative Leadership from the University of Oklahoma, and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Oklahoma. His primary research interests include the conceptual framework of Mission Valence as proposed by Rainey and Steinbauer (1999) which played a central role in his dissertation on mitigating burnout among hospice workers within the United States. As an undergraduate Brian served in leadership roles for Campus Activities Council and was a member of Pi Kappa Phi fraternity.
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