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|1988||Ph.D., Adult Education||The University of Maryland|
|1966||MS, Social Work||Columbia University|
|1964||BA, Sociology||Brandeis University|
ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONAL TRAINING:
|1994||Certification in Organizations Beliefs Indicator Process, Oak., CA|
|1994||Training for Trainers; Equity Institute, Emeryville, CA|
|1994||Dismantling Classism; Equity Institute, Emeryville, CA|
|1992||Dismantling Racism; Equity Institute, Emeryville, CA|
|1990||Training for Trainers (TOT) in Total Quality Management, Wash. DC|
|1988||Prejudice Reduction Training; Passages, Wash., DC|
|1987||Advanced Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Theory; Center for Application of Psychological Type, Gainesville, Fla.|
|1984||Use of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator in Higher Education; Center for Application of Psychological Type, Gainesville, Fla.|
|1984||Management Applications of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator; Institute for Type Development, Silver Spring, Maryland|
|1983||Training of Trainers in cross-cultural and Volunteer Service Delivery in the Developing World; Peace Corps, Wash., DC|
|1982||TOT in Stress Management; University Associates, San Diego, California|
|1980||Training in Theory and Use of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator; Human Relations Consortium, Baltimore, MD|
|1979||Consultation Skills; Mid-Atlantic Association for Training and Consulting, Inc. (MATC) Washington DC|
|1979||Power and Conflict Utilization; MATC, Washington, DC|
|1977||Training of Trainers, Advanced Human Relations, MATC, Wash., DC|
|1974-76||Group Leader Educator Training; MATC, Wash., DC|
|1982-Present||International Organizational and Human Resource Dev't Consultant. Specific services to US and international public and private sector clients include: Applications of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, cross-cultural and diversity training, management and supervisory skills, facilitation, team-building, training of trainers, conflict management, strategic planning, computer based Team Simulation Training for Lotus Notes. International training/teaching experience in Ethiopia, Brazil, Switzerland, China, Ghana, Australia.
|1990-Present||Lecturer; U. of California, Davis, Dep't. of Human and Community Dev't, Current courses: "The Continuing Learner", "Ethnicity in American Communities", "Education in the Community".
|1991-Present||Training Faculty; North American Association for Psychological Type (APT). Train practitioners in the ethical use of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, a requirement for those who wish to be MBTI Qualified.
Affiliate trainer and Consultant, the Support Center for Nonprofit Management. Presenting faculty for courses in Total Quality Management, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Personality Styles, Transformative Leadership for the 90's. Consultant to nonprofit's in the northern California Bay Area, and Brazil.
|1983-87||Part-time instructor; Women's Studies Program, U. of Maryland, College Park. Developed and taught: "Paths to Power: Women in Management"; "Women's Culture and Social Change".
|1980-83||Part-time instructor; Graduate Business Degree Program, Center for Adult Education, University College, U. of Md. Developed and taught: "Assertiveness Training", "Paths to Power: Women in Management"
|1977-1989||Senior consultant/trainer; the Mid-Atlantic Association for Training and Consulting, Inc. (MATC). Training Coordinator for group-leader educator skills, conflict management, advanced Myers-Briggs training, training for trainers in human relations, group development and design skills, and productive multi-cultural relationships.
|1979-81||Project Director; Council Effectiveness Training (CET), a Community Education project funded by the US Department of Education. Developed and delivered in the US and Brazil, a 2-day training program to teach group skills and program planning to advisory boards and councils.|
|2001||Lippin, L and Helfand, Judy. Understanding Whiteness/Unraveling Racism, Tools for the Journey. NY, NY: Thomson Learning.
|1999||Lippin, L. and Poirier, D. "Cultural Impact on the Expression of Type" Association for Psychological Type, APT XIII,1999 International Conference Proceedings. (non-referred)
|1995||Lippin, L. "Personality Types of Incarcerated Women: Implications of Race". In R. Moody (ed.), Proceedings of Psychological Type and Culture-Ease and West: A Multicultural Research Symposium (pp. 665-76). Gainesville, FL: Center for Applications of Psychological Type.
|1995||Lippin, L. Total Quality Management for Nonprofit Organizations, published by the Support Center for Nonprofit Management in partnership with the People of Chevron.
|1994||Lippin, L. and Rhodes, D. "QAW TEAM Simulation Training: Simulation Training for Effective Groupware Implementation" in GroupWare '94 Proceedings. (non-referred)
|1990||Lippin, L. "Personality Types of Women in Prison", Journal of Psychological Type.(refereed)
|1989||Lippin, L. "Incarcerated Women's Personality Preferences by Race and Crime", in Proceedings, APT-VIII. (non-referreed)
|1988||Coffey, J. F., Nordlie, P.G., Lippin, L., and Myers, B. C. Eliminating Racism, Sexism, and Ageism in the Health Resources and Services Administration. Washington, DC
|1981||Sorter, B., Allen, L., and Lippin, L. Council Effectiveness Training: a Participant Workbook, and Trainer's Guidebook, College Park, MD.|
|1999||Lippin, L. and Poirier, D. Cultural Impact on the Expressions of Type, a concurrent session and symposium presentation at Association for Psychological Type, APT XIII International Conference, Phoenix, AZ.
|1998||Lippin, L and Poirier, D. Cross-Cultural Type Watching - Cautions and Concerns, Center for Applications of Psychological Type Cross Cultural Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii.
|1995||Lippin,L. "Women Who Love Women". Presented at the NGO Forum, Huairou, China.
|1994-95||Lippin, L. and Rhodes, D. Teams Simulation Training, a Tutorial for Groupware '94 and '95, Boston, Mass. and San Jose, CA.
|1993||Lippin, L. and Pearson, C. "Transformative Leadership for the 90's", Association for Psychological Type, APT X, Newport Beach California.
|1989||Lippin, L. Incarcerated Women: Personality Types by Race, Annual Meeting of the American Soc. of Criminology, Nevada.
|1989||Lippin, L. and Pearson, C. "Listening to the Heroes Within and Responding by Type: a Workshop on the Intersection of Type and Archetype", APT VIII, Boulder, Colorado.
|1989||Lippin, L. Use of the MBTI with Female Offenders, Western Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Orange, California.
|1988||Lippin, L. A Study of Personality Types of Inmates at the Maryland Correctional Institution for Women, Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, U. of Maryland, College Park, Maryland.
||Lippin, L. and Pearson, C. "Listening to the Hero Within", Southwest APT Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
||Lippin, L. Personality Types of Women in Prison, Annual Meeting of The Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, S.F., CA.
||Lippin, L. and Pearson, C. "The Hero Within" pre-conference workshop, APTVII, Gainesville, Fla.
||Lippin, L. Personality Types of Women at the Maryland Correctional Institution for Women, APT VII, Gainesville, Fla.
||Emerson, D., Lippin, L., and Pearson, C. "The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator as a Tool for Empowering Learning" panel, National Women's Studies Association Conference, Illinois.
||Allen, L., Lippin, L., and Sorter, B. "Using Council Effectiveness Training with Community Advisory boards", international conferences of Community Education and Cooperative Extension Service.
Association for Psychological Type, APT, Kansas City, Mo.
Lynnette Yount Associates, Arlington, VA.
The Support Center of San Francisco
Psychometrics Canada Ltd.
Association for Psychological Type, (1992-present)
Opportunity Associates, Romania
The Support Center of San Francisco
The Volunteer Center of Sonoma County
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