Areas of expertise
Higher Education Strategy, NGO-Foundation Strategy & Human Development
Dr. Mark D. Juszczak is a consultant focused on higher education and human development strategies for NGO's and foundations. He has extensive international experience across 3 continents and has helped numerous organizations shape programs in international education and in innovative strategies in learning and development.
His primary areas of work include: higher education strategy, technology transfer strategies, metrics in learning and development, admissions consulting, problem based curricular modeling, humanities market alignment and auditing, international enrollment, partnership building and interdisciplinarity in education and foundation development.
Recent projects include:
-development of a Science Fiction & Society integrated national curriculum for accelerating STEM Education
-development of a metric framework for human dignity
-development of a process-centered approach to dignity assessment
-coordinating a foundation JV between royal families in Europe and the Middle East
Dr. Juszczak has been quoted in the NY Times as an expert on international education & development. He is the author of two books and numerous articles. He holds a Doctorate in Education from TC - Columbia University.
I primarily work on either an hourly or project basis. Projects rates are provided in advance once scope of work and deliverables have been established. The hourly rate permits upfront engagement in an advisory capacity.
• Gulf University of Science & Technology
• Global Dignity Foundation
• Saad Foundation
• Manhattan Review UK
• Liaoyang Mayor's office for Education
• E-Fellows Network
• Ministry of Finance – Poland
• Ministry of Labor & Social Affairs – Kuwait
• Dar Al-Hekma College – KSA
• Qatar Foundation
• MBA Arabia
• Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research
• BMCC Foundation Pittsburgh
• Federal Reserve Bank SF
• Helena Chodkowska University
• Collegium Civitas