Delta College Corporate Services is proud to have a team of “Experts” prepared to provide you with a one-stop wealth of expertise across a broad spectrum of disciplines.
Delta College Corporate Services is a premiere provider of professional development, job training and continuing education. We know that as long as industries continue to grow and evolve, workers will need to develop new competencies—and Delta College Corporate Services will be there to deliver high quality, cost-effective learning solutions.
DCCS provides training through multiple delivery formats for skill development. Methodologies include face-to-face instruction, blended learning and self-paced technologies.
Now let's meet our team of Employee and Organizational Development Experts!
Judith Burton, Ph.D.
Dr. Judith Burton is a seasoned and spirited trainer who tunes into the needs of workshop participants and focuses on down-to-earth skills which can be realistically applied to business and personal life.
Judith has the ability to motivate and energize others while driving results for practical application. She is skilled in stimulating a creative exchange of ideas, while providing positive support for participants.
As an effective facilitator, she encourages the growth and development of individual and collective potential…for each person and team to stretch to be the best they can be. Her professional career has provided experience in business, manufacturing, education, and service organizations in domestic and international settings.
Dana James, an independent contractor, has worked with businesses and industries to design, develop and deliver quality, customized training in areas such as leadership, supervision, customer service, team building, time management, communication skills, telephone techniques as well as Microsoft application software for over 13 years.
Dana is a certified Achieve Global and DDI facilitator and a Certified Program Planner (CPP) with a specialty in contract training.
A native of Dallas, Texas, Dana graduated from Texas A&M University, Kingsville with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration after first attending TCU.
Judy M. Mason
Judy has worked in the Pharmaceutical, Medical Products and Chemical industries in Manufacturing, R&D, Sales, Marketing and Human Resources fields for 33 years before joining DCCS as a consultant and facilitator. She has been involved in projects with DCCS since 2002, working with chemical, financial, pharmaceutical, and consumer products companies. My focus has been on competency development, facilitation of “soft skill” courses, and development of career planning and retirement workshops.
Lynne Mischely has worked with many health service providers as a social worker since 1971 before joining Delta College Corporate Services in 2000 as a training specialist. With DCCS she has provided facilitation of soft skills training programs and organizational development consultation for area health providers, as well as organizations such as Dow Chemical, Delphi Steering Systems, Wolverine Bank, and Duro-last Roofing.
Lynne is a certified Achieve Global, DDI, Delta College Corporate Services, and Dow Chemical Facilitator.
Cindy L. Morley
Cindy has been providing learning solutions to organizations for over 20 years. Specializing in Leadership Skills, Team Effectiveness, and Interpersonal Communications, she has worked with organizations as diverse as General Motors, Saginaw Public Schools, Dow Chemical, Merrill Lynch, and Duro-Last Roofing. In her current role as Director of Operations, Cindy develops partnerships and provides leadership to our global teams. Cindy earned her BS in Business Education degree from Central Michigan University, and her MBA degree from Michigan State University. She also holds numerous certifications, including being a Master Trainer (trainer of other trainers) for Development Dimensions International. Cindy has authored the book “How to Make Meetings Work”, published by the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. She has also co-authored a book, with Nancy Ohle, "How to Solve Typical School Problems" published in the U.S. and translated for use in Hong Kong.
John White is currently one of our Delta College Corporate Services facilitators. He has 37 years industrial experience with The Dow Chemical Company. He was hired into the Engineer Dept. of Dow after receiving his degree in Engineering Technology from Ferris State University. John’s career was focused in Engineering, Manufacturing and Human Resource Development. He was a people leader for32 years and has extensive facilitation experience in North America, Europe and Asia.
Kathleen Zielinski has over twenty years experience in training, consulting, facilitation, and education. She has been affiliated with several firms including AT&T, Kepner-Tregoe, and the Sandy Corporation. Kathleen has a worked extensively in the manufacturing industry and a number of other industries including energy, land development, finance, and distribution. She has a strong background in performance improvement and currently focuses her expertise on Leadership Development. She is also an instructor at the DaimlerChrysler Quality Institute in the Black Belt Program. Kathleen has an undergraduate degree from Eastern Michigan University in Public Speaking and a Master’s Degree in counseling from the University of Michigan.
Mick Thomas has worked in the field of learning and performance improvement for 10 years supportingthe needs of Environment, Health & Safety (E,H&S), Manufacturing, IS and HR. Prior to that Mick held E,H&S and R&D leadership positions with Dow Chemical Pacific and regional R&D roles with ICI Australia. He has extensive people, project and change management expertise as well as extensive experience working successfully in different countries particularly those in Asia-Pacific.
Mick’s passion is helping organizations and individuals be the best they can be.
Mick is a certified Achieve Global and Dow Chemical facilitator, holds certifications from ASTD and ISPI and is Six Sigma certified.