Lee E. Meadows, Ph. D

Lee E. Meadows, Ph. D

Lee E. Meadows is an adjunct Professor of Management at Walsh College and a Consultant with over 30 years of experience working in, consulting for, writing about and presenting on Human Resource issues. He has a strong background in Human Resources and is on the forefront of identifying trends that will impact the profession.

As a Human Resource professional, his practical experiences include having worked at Michigan State University, General Motors, the Kellogg Foundation, EDS/A.T. Kearney Consulting Services, and Con-Way Transportation Services.

His consulting experiences include having worked with, the City of Detroit, the Detroit Medical Center, Flagstar Bank, BOSCH international, The ORLANS Group, The Neighborhood Service Organization, OHM Advisors, Chrysler, the Ford Assembly Plant in Atlanta, Honor Community Health, Kawasaki Robotics, National Car Rental, and several others.

He has presented at conferences for the Michigan Independent Colleges & Universities (MICU), the Michigan College & University Personnel Administrators (MICUPA – HR), Delta College, the Michigan Association for College Admission Counseling (MACAC), the American Association of Collegiate Registrars & Admission Officers (AACRAO).

Co-founder and co-leader of the Walsh College Annual Human Resources Summit, HR Analytics Day, HR Leaders on Leaders Conference, HR Unite Conference and is the President of the State of Michigan Chapter of the National Association of African Americans in Human Resources (NAAAHR). 

He has presented sessions at Michigan HR Day, MISHRM, HR Unite Conference, The Minnesota Chapter of SHRM conference, the Detroit Administrative HR Day, the Walsh College HR Summit, Detroit SHRM, and is a ‘kindred spirit’ frequent presenter to Michigan Payroll Association.

His TEDxDetroit talk is entitled, ‘There’s A Lot More Going on Than You Realize!’

He publishes monthly articles on his LinkedIn page and remains active in designing, developing, and delivering leadership DE&I and HR curriculums for both profit and non-profit organizations.

He is the author of the business leadership fable: Take the Lull by the Horns: Closing the Leadership Gap.

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