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Chief Executive Officer
Stephen Pollan is a successful entrepreneur with over twenty years of executive leadership experience. After progressing through operations management and human resources positions with international food-industry corporations, he chose to take advantage of new entrepreneurial opportunities when creating Assessment Technologies Group (ATG).
He strives every day to make ATG the best in the business of organizational consulting, and always pursues through difficulties until the job is done right. Stephen is a well-respected businessman and devotes a great deal of his time improving the Jacksonville community as a member of many local boards and councils.
Leslie H Krieger, Ph.D., SPHR
President | Consulting Psychologist
Dr. Les Krieger is a licensed Occupational Psychologist who brings a unique blend of psychometric and phenomenological perspectives to his understanding of people, teams and organizations. A Rutgers Ph.D., he completed an internship in Occupational Psychology at Stevens Institute of Technology and post-doctoral studies in Existential Phenomenological Psychology at Duquesne University.
Les then created several consultancies including Humanalysis Systems and People Development Technologies before joining global assessment leader SHL as Director of Training for North America. Since 1996 he’s been President of Assessment Technologies Group (ATG), a consultancy known for innovative capabilities that align people with occupational success.
Dale Campbell, Ph.D.
Senior Organizational Consultant
Dr. Dale F. Campbell is a Senior Organizational Consultant and head of the FuturesLeaders Division of ATG. Dr. Campbell has over 30 years of experience in community college leadership and workforce development and has been recognized with several national awards in relation to academic leadership.
He has since helped ATG expand its services into the field of higher education. Dr. Dale Campbell holds a Ph.D in Educational Administration from the University of Texas at Austin and has been honored as a Distinguished Graduate of the College of Education and the Community College Leadership Program.
Ryan Darby, Ph.D.
Dr. Ryan Darby has years of experience using psychometrics assessments to aid business consulting efforts, and has successfully applied his experience while working with ATG. Ryan’s past work at Gallup Inc. has allowed him to become proficient in the areas of Employee Assessments, Learning and Development Seminars, Executive Coaching, and Team Facilitation.
Graduating from the University of California, San Diego with his Ph.D in Psychology, Ryan has also had the opportunity to teach Industrial Organizational Psychology courses at Flagler College.
Isabel K. Graf, M.B.A., Ph.D.
Isabel K. Graf has worked with enterprises of all sizes on human resource and operational issues. Some of the services she provides include executive coaching, succession management, leadership development, and human resources support.
With more than 20 years of experience in human resources, Isabel has consulted both externally and internally with organizations in a variety of industries: financial services, healthcare, education, distribution, transportation and non-profits. Prior to Insights2Talent, Isabel worked in several executive and consulting roles including Vice President Talent Management, CitiStreet; Assistant Vice President Talent Management, CSX Transportation; Senior Consultant, Right Management; and Performance Consultant, Merrill Lynch. Isabel has served as an instructor at various colleges. She was a former CPA, working for KPMG and publicly-held companies for 10 years.
Senior Project Coordinator
Spencer has been working with ATG for over 3 years and has become a vital part of the team. His work with ATG has provided him with a deep knowledge of the consulting tools and services used in talent acquisition and development, and he has utilized this knowledge to effectively manage projects while providing exceptional client support.
Spencer has a B.S. in Psychology with a Minor in Community Leadership from the University of North Florida and has recently begun coursework pursuing his MBA degree from the University of North Florida.
Diana L. Clarke, Ph.D.
Diana specializes in the area of leadership selection, development and talent management. She is an experienced consultant with 20+ years of multi-industry experience specializing in building effective organizations by aligning the human capital systems with business objectives and strategy.
In her role as executive coach Diana has integrated assessment and development to build bench strength, accelerate the on boarding of new executives, guide valuable leaders in addressing the problems and challenges that would have otherwise derailed their careers, and coached key leaders in building their team. As an organizational consultant, Diana has guided the execution of scorecards and metrics for strategic alignment, worked with acquisition teams, assessed executives, developed selections systems for new or “redesigned” facilities, designed performance management systems, and succession strategies.
Tina Barreiro O'Daniels, MBA, Ed.D.
Tina Barreiro O’Daniels is a Senior Consultant for the FutureLeaders Division of the Company. Tina has over 27 years experience in community college leadership and workforce development. Throughout her career, Tina developed expertise in the areas of strategic planning, policy implementation, change management, process improvement, curriculum development and client cultivation.
Tina’s leadership experience includes supporting the operation of a 120-acre campus with over 6,000 students, while serving as its associate provost, chief campus student affairs officer and student dean. For over five years, Tina was an editorial board member for the Council for the Study of Community Colleges. She has co-edited several special issue journals and has co-published numerous articles.
Julia Burns, MBA
Julia Burns brings 17 years of experience as a consultant to her work in group planning, strategic planning, and facilitation with both for profit and nonprofit organizations. With a consistently questioning approach, she has the processes and skills to keep diverse groups on topic, civil, and working towards a common goal.
Julia holds a MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business and received her BA from Northwestern University. Julia is a member of the Jacksonville Women’s Network, volunteers with Horse Sense & Sensitivity, and is an alumna of Leadership Jacksonville.