PhD., Education to Workforce Strategies Consultant
Dr. Sheila Rosenberg is a thought leader in the field of education and workforce development and a regular contributor to the Workforce Matter’s blog. She contributes to the collective expertise of Workforce Matters, consulting as part of the team.
Dr. Rosenberg graduated from the University of Nebraska with a B.A. in Sociology, a Master’s in Education, and a PhD. in Community and Human Resources with a specialty in Adult Education. Dr. Rosenberg has over 35 years of experience and training in workforce development, organizational development and change, group process/group dynamics, performance accountability, instructional design, and human resource management. She has multidimensional experience in business issues as it relates to training and retraining of the workforce. She was inducted into the International Who’s Who of Professionals in 2001.
Dr. Rosenberg’s experience is extensive:
- Independent consultant/contractor – Austin, Texas with local and national clients
- State of Texas, Austin, Texas —Director of Adult Education
- Austin Community College, Austin, Texas—Executive Director of Adult Education
- Texas Workforce Commission—Coordinator For Adult Literacy
- Park University’s Center for Experiential Learning Austin, Texas—Adjunct Professor teaching
- Interpersonal Communication, Introduction to Sociology, Human Development, and Interpersonal Conflict Resolution
- Texas A&M University, College Station Texas, Educational Human Resources Development Department—Adjunct Professor teaching Organizational Career Development in the graduate weekend program
Dr. Rosenberg designed and developed a web-based MIS software application for compliance, monitoring, and evaluation for state and federal adult education programs. The application not only monitors day-to-day operations of the grant providers statewide but provides data for trends analysis and longitudinal studies.
She is the author of numerous published articles on adult learning, human resource development, skills development, employment and training, and management in such journals as Human Resource Development Quarterly, Employment Relations Today, Adult Learning, Midlands Business Journal, and Management World.
Dr. Rosenberg has been tapped to serve on numerous national and state task forces and advisory committees in the field of Adult Education. She has always been involved in and continues to be involved in community volunteer activities.