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Kevin Zachery Adjunct Professorial Lecturer Department of Public Administration and Policy

Kevin Zachery
SPA | Public Administration
Kerwin Hall ST06
Additional Positions at AU
Adjunct Professorial Lecturer
MS, Organizational Dynamics, University of Pennsylvania

BS, General Science, United States Naval Academy

Kevin Zachery was born in Paris, France, and raised in Eagle River, Alaska. He’s been a student of leadership and organizational development since high school, when he was the Commander of his Navel Junior Reserve Officer Training unit. He attended the United States Naval Academy and served 11 years as a Naval Officer, assigned to an ammunition supply ship, a guided-missile cruiser, and an amphibious assault battle group. He also taught leadership and ethics at the Naval Academy, while serving as the Assistant Chair for the Department of Leadership, Ethics, and Law and helped set up the Naval Academy’s military ethics center.

As a civilian, Kevin has worked with technology start-ups and non-profit organizations. He’s also been an independent consultant, working with a number of government agencies—the most recent being the Department of Defense, where he helped Washington Headquarter Services merge seven security clearance adjudication agencies into one organization. He earned a Master of Science degree in Organizational Dynamics, from the University of Pennsylvania, and has certificates in Organizational Leadership and Management, Organizational Development and Change, and Organizational Coaching.

From April 2016 to August 2020, Kevin served as the Director of the Division of Workforce Development, providing talent and organizational development services to more than 2100 government employees for the Health Resources and Services Administration, which is a division of Health and Human Services. In August 2020, Kevin joined the Office of Inspector General for FDIC as its Engagement and Learning Officer.
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