STUDY GROUP MEMBER
Dr. Charles B. Johnson, Study Group Member
Ph.D., Policy Analysis & Administration in Education, Northwestern University
M.A., Human Resource Development in Education, George Washington Univ.
B.S., Major, Biology/Education (minor), St. John's University
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE – HIGHLIGHTS
Research Consultant, Congressional Commission on Military Training and Gender-Related Issues
Vice President, Free Congress Education and Research Foundation
Superintendent of Schools, Kewaskum School District, Wisconsin
Deputy Research Director, Presidential Commission on the Assignment of Women in the Armed Forces, Washington, D.C.
Professional Military Education Systems Manager (l989-92), Marine Corps University, MCCDC, Quantico, Va.
Professional Education Joint Planner, MCCDC, Quantico, Va.
Faculty-At-Large (l994-95), Marian College, Graduate School of Business Leadership
Assistant Professor, Northwestern University, Military History
HONORS AND AFFILIATIONS
Colonel Leo A. Codd Memorial Award for College teaching
Member, Wisconsin Association of School District Administrators
Member, Board of Directors, Educational Services, Inc., Appleton, Wisconsin
Member, Board of Governors, Marine Corps Association, Quantico, Va.
Research Fellow, Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society
Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Alumni Achievement Award, Combat Action Ribbon, Meritorious Service Medal, Navy Commendation Medal, Navy Achievement Medal, Second Marine Division Retired Officers Award for Valor
"Study of Graduating Recruit Attitudes Conducive to Unit Cohesion & Survey of Military Leaders Concerning Training and Gender-Related Issues," Congressional Commission on Military Training and Gender-Related Issues (1999)
"The 1992 Survey of Retired Flag and General Officers on Women in Combat," Presidential Commission on the Assignment of Women in the Armed Forces (1992)
"Why We Serve: A 5-Year Follow-Up Study of Professional Identity of Junior Officers," Commandant of the Marine Corps Approved Research, Marine Corps University (1991)
"Society's Occupationalism and its Effect on the Professional Development of Junior Marine Officers," Northwestern University (1986)