Gene Holloway earned a Masters degree in Educational Counseling/Management from Ottawa University and PhD (2021) in Industrial Organizational Psychology. Gene has over 15 years of extensive experience in cultural diversity training, diversity, equity and inclusion issues, leadership development, organizational strategic planning, racial unification through psychological and sociological awareness of biases and systemic privilege, organizational/community relations, employee job satisfaction, and employee development, military leadership, and civil service issues.


Higher Education (2020) Entire staff Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Training for College of the Redwoods. Conducted a thorough needs assessment, reviewed college policies/protocols, and staff cultural competence in connection with the college’s community of learners. Results: two days of training/workshops on developing unity and connections betweenstaff, the community, and students. Development of follow-up training and strategic diversity, equity, and inclusion goals to measure progress over time.

Federal System (2019) Provided Diversity in Service Leadership for Processing Station Leadership Committee. Reviewed marketing plan, introduced two assessments (Authentic Leadership & Job Satisfaction). Provided strategies for improving impact and penetration throughout 9 counties. Facilitated interactions and led strategic discussions between personnel from Army, Navy, Air force, Marines, and the Coast Guard to accomplish goals and identify barriers to reaching outcomes.


Non-profit (2017-2018) Consultation for a National Singing Teachers’ Association. Reviewed policies, board minutes, and organization structure/regulations. Surveyed members on satisfaction with leadership, vision, mission, and the future of the organization. Provided recommendations for progressively moving the organization forward, re-establishing their competitive edge against competitors in the teaching of singing profession.

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