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Matthew Selker, B.B.A., M.P.A.
Director, Division of Organizational Effectiveness

Matthew Selker is an organizational performance and change management expert who gets things done. With his counsel, organizational leaders better understand their environments, themselves, their employees, and their customers, enabling the strategic alignment and attunement of assets around organizational goals. He is a highly sought-after expert on improving organizational and individual performance, strategic planning, employee engagement, developing high-performing teams, building and sustaining post-modern leadership and managerial competence, and organizational turn-around. 

His tenure in organizational performance and change management consultancy exceeds 10 years. He provides consulting service to for-profit, non-profit, and government entities; serving a multitude of business sectors. His corporate and nonprofit leadership experience includes serving as the executive director of a community development corporation and as the CEO of a wireless retail franchise. 

He earned his Bachelors in Business Administration degree from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, Masters in Public Administration degree from the Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University, and his education in Positive Organizational Development and Change from the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University. He is currently pursuing a doctorate in Adult, Continuing and Higher Education. 

He is the Director of the Division of Organizational Effectiveness for Moore Counseling & Mediation Services, Inc. and is an adjunct Professor of Business Administration in the DeVille School of Business at Walsh University. He serves on numerous non-profit boards nationally. He has authored or co-authored research on organizational effectiveness, emotional intelligence competencies in non-profit executive directors, the evolution of work, and leadership competencies of future leaders. He is currently writing a book about advancing stalled organizations entitled Unstuck: A Leader's Guide to Achieving the Next Level and is published by the American Society for Public Administration.