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Johnnie Miles

Johnnie H. Miles is a management consultant and trainer who brings Benchmark Training years of experience and workforce development successes. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Virginia, a certified mediator, and a Myers Briggs trainer.

Ms. Miles holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Rust College, a Master of Education degree from Tuskegee University, and the Doctor of Education degree from Auburn University.  She engaged in advanced graduate study in educational psychology at Indiana University, participated in post graduate study in cross-cultural communications at Columbia Teachers College, in consulting and training strategies with University Associates, La Jolla, CA, and in leadership development at the Center for Creative Leadership, Greensboro, NC.

With a strong interest in global issues, Johnnie has traveled extensively and taught graduate courses in Santiago, Chile, and conducted counseling and leadership institutes for teachers and administrators in the Philippines and the Bahamas.  She was the keynote speaker at the International Counseling Conference in Mexico City and in 1993 spent three weeks in Zimbabwe and Botswana establishing linkage relationships between Virginia and African universities.  She recently collaborated in the delivery of Caring Competencies and Education Equity training to leaders in the Department of Defense Schools in Europe and Asia (London, Italy, Korea, Panama, and Japan).  In addition, Johnnie has conducted leadership training for U.S.AID Missions in Kenya and Tanzania and with Foreign Service members in Malta, Lisbon and Washington, D.C.

Johnnie is known for her work in leadership and management development, change management, communications, leveraging diversity, team development, and leadership coaching.  She is skilled in the design of long-and short-term training and in curriculum development.  She has an extensive record of facilitation and is a recent recipient of awards for excellence in facilitation and training from the USDA Graduate School and the Food and Drug Administration.

Johnnie is a researcher and author with publications on career development, consulting, counseling and intercultural communication.  Two of her most recent works, The Educator’s Sourcebook of African American Heritage (2001) and Almanac of African American Heritage (2001), were published by Prentice Hall and co-authored with J. Davis, R. Giles and S. Ferguson-Roberts.

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