Roland Hansen, Consultant

My interests are: Public Service Nonprofit Organizations, both governmental and nongovernmental; Politics, both partisan and issues; Public Education, primary, secondary and post-secondary; and, Career Development Training.

I retired from the government sector effective July 1, 2002. It was at that time with thirty-three years of extensive employment and volunteer service in governmental, educational, nonprofit, political, labor, professional, and civic/community/charitable organizations that I was able to devote more time to my long established self-employed endeavors as a Consultant to Nonprofit Organizations.

Although headquartered in Toledo, Ohio, I travel throughout the United States in order to provide my consultant services wherever needed. In addition to my own consulting services, I also find it very satisfying and rewarding to network with other Consultants and Trainers.

Previous clients of mine have included:

the Northeast Ohio Adult Services Training Center and the Southwest Ohio Adult Services Training Center for whom I conducted several in-service training workshops;

the Ohio Training Opportunities in Public Services Program for whom I taught in-service college-level courses;

the City of Toledo Youth Commission for whom I developed and facilitated a Strategic Planing session;

pcCoM Technologies for whom I developed marketing strategies; and,

    the West Toledo Herald for whom I developed and moderated a 2005 Meet the Toledo Mayoral Candidates Forum.

Immediately preceding my governmental retirement, I had been on the adjunct faculty at Owens Community College teaching General Psychology, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Life Span (Developmental) Psychology, Careers in Psychology, Sociology of Marriage and the Family, and American Government; and, my full-time position had been that of a Business Administrator for a governmental agency. While on the adjunct faculty at The University of Toledo, I taught Social Processes, American National Government, and Management of NonProfit Organizations.

At one time, I had my consulting business web page on GeoCities. Yahoo! had been maintaining the services on GeoCities, but discontinued its web host services a few years back. I have since found that my consulting business web page had been captured by ReoCities and is still available; however, there is no way to update any of the contents or to fix any broken links there-in. None-the-less, please pay a visit and look at:

Organization Development Services

I wish to express my appreciation to ReoCities.


2 Responses to Roland Hansen, Consultant

  1. Patrick Jarvis says:

    Dear Roland,
    You are quite an accomplished individual! I was wondering if you know who the “Jarvis” is in Doehler-Jarvis; my grandfather was Jack Jarvis, national sales director for Dietrich Motor Coach Corp. (through Packard) and had extensive involvement with hood ornaments and custom made car parts up until his untimely death around 1946, which was shortly after the two names were merged together. I am wondering if my grandfather was involved with the company. Any ideas, or ideas on how I would research such a thing?

    Patrick Jarvis
    Palm Springs, CA


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