Ep. 39 Dr. Clarence Nixon, Jr.: How to Learn How to Learn
Dr. Clarence Nixon is a founder and President of T.LAB an accelerated learning center for families and students in grades K-12. T.LAB was established to increase the competitiveness of US based students while leveraging a global leadership model.
In FY2012 T.LAB and Dr. Nixon were honored by ITSMF (Information Technology Senior Management Forum) for the application of technology in education. As well, Dr. Nixon is the Managing Partner of CNC Group, LLC. CNC Group, LLC is a management consulting firm specializing in “business transformation” or turnaround management.
Possessing a wide range of management and technology skills, Dr. Nixon is regarded for his general management skills including marketing, product development, engineering, manufacturing, sales, finance, human resources and information technology.
Dr. Nixon was the President and Chief Executive Officer of Real Times, Inc. Real Times, Inc. is one of the largest African American Newspaper chains within the U.S.
Building on a strong foundation of an accomplished career within several industries, demonstrating proactive leadership strengths and perfecting key technological solutions throughout his career, Dr. Nixon is a leading force in change management and the continued emergence of digital technologies.
Dr. Nixon holds a Ph.D. in Management from Wayne State University, a M.S.A. in Management from Central Michigan University and a B.S. in Business Administration from Upper Iowa University. Professional development includes: executive training from General Electric (Six-Sigma), IBM, Stanford University, Wharton School of Business, Harvard School of Business, and multiple corporate training courses and seminars.
Dr. Nixon is the author of three books to be published in 2018 including: The Leadership of Hope, From CIO to CEO and “Taking the Mountain of Education.”
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