Dr. Janice Y. Patrick, USAF, Ret, CMSgt

Dr. Janice Y. Patrick, USAF, Ret, CMSgt

Dr. Janice Y. Patrick, USAF, Ret, CMSgt, is a 22 year Veteran of the United States Air Force.

She is a retired National Certified Career Services Director at Troy University Montgomery Campus, Montgomery, Alabama.

Where she worked as the Director of Career Services, and Adjunct faculty member for the College of Education and the College of Communications and Fine Arts, and served as a subject matter expert for the Lee High School Information Technology Academy and the Montgomery Chamber of Commerce.

She has presented her research at regional and national conferences on issues related to Career counseling, diversity and retention and women studies.

Dr. Patrick has an Associate degree in Health Services Management, Bachelor of Science degree in Human Resource Management, Master of Science in Counseling, Community and Agency, Ed.S. in Educational Psychology and a Ph.D. in Instructional Leadership/ Social Foundations.

She has served as a site supervisor for the College of Education at Auburn University Montgomery and is a member of the American Counseling Association, American College Counseling Association, Eastern Educational Research Association, National Association of Colleges and Employers, National Career Development Association, and the National Employment Counseling Association.

She currently continues to serve as an adjunct instructor for the College of Education and College of Arts and Sciences at Troy University and served as a member of the Budget and Allocations Committee, River Region United Way,

Dr. Patrick is married to Mr. Robert L. Patrick, USAF SMSgt Retired First Sergeant, retired JROTC Instructor, Prattville High School, retired Department of Defense Acquisitions Software Program Manager and retired Adjunct Instructor at Troy University; they have two adult children, a daughter Kameke, and a son, Kwame.

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