• Longdenville, Chaguanas, Trinidad and Tobago
Dr. D Chris Alleyne

Dr. D Chris Alleyne

Business Leadership Professional

Summary

Seeking a teaching position in a UAE university. Bring strong and capable leadership that is goal-oriented and committed to creating a robust student-focused learning climate that provides future scholars with a diverse, edifying, and augmented academic experience. Able to demonstrate balanced business astuteness and academic performance from multifaceted personal and professional experience, which enhanced executive capacity to fulfill professional, and academic roles. Consistently execute outstanding critical thinking, communication, and problem-solving skills that amalgamate strong inter-organizational affiliations within the learning community. Is a results-focused business professional with over 25 years of successful leadership in supply chain management, entrepreneurship, real estate, teaching, coaching quantitative analysis/research, and business development consulting.

Education

Education

Doctor of Business Administration (D.B.A.) - Information Systems Management

Mar 2009 - Sep 2012
Walden University, Minneapolis, MN

Specialization - Information Systems Management

Publications include: Quantitative Research on Technostress

Masters of Business Administration (M.B.A.) - Technology Management

Aug 2007 - Nov 2008
Colorado Technical University, Colorado Springs, CO

Specializations - Technology Management, Relational Database Management, Telecommunications, and Networking Systems
College of Information Systems and Technology
Capstones: Management in the Information Age, Managing IT Investments, IT Planning

Bachelor of Business Administration (B.S.B.A.) - Project Management

Sep 2003 - Aug 2007
Colorado Technical University,Colorado Springs, Colorado

Specialization - Leadership in Project Management
Colorado Technical University, Colorado Springs, CO. August 2007
College of Business and Management
Honors: Magna Cum Laude

Supplemental Education, Training, and Skills

Professional Heavy Vehicle Operator Training (Licensed - CDL)
Schneider National Training Academy for Professional Drivers
FAA Private Pilot Training (Licensed - VFR Nav. Fixed-Wing Single Engine)
Aero Flight Training School - Concord Regional Airport, NC
Certificate in Theory and Applied Classical Piano - College of Music London, England United Kingdom
Six Sigma Greenbelt Training - Villanova University, PA

Published Academic Research

The Following is a Sample List of Studies Where Fulltime Doctoral Coaching and/or Quantitative Analyses and Professional Editing Services, Completed over a Seven Year Period.

Moore, M. (2015). The Effects of Motivational Interviewing in Intensive Outpatient Programs. (Doctoral dissertation, Walden University, 2015) (pp. 01-124). Ann Arbor, MI: UMI-ProQuest Central. (Publication No. UMI 3701498). Doctoral dissertation completed and published in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Counselor Education and Supervision. The quantitative analysis portion of this dissertation found in the results section answered the research questions and responded to the various hypotheses. The completed analyses used wholly or in part was prepared on behalf of the author; included and published in this academic work.

Francis, J (2015). The Effects of Competency on Job Satisfaction for Professional Counselors When Providing Court Testimony. (Doctoral dissertation, Walden University, 2015) (pp. 01-214). Ann Arbor, MI: UMI-ProQuest Central. (Publication No. UMI 3702990). Doctoral dissertation completed and published in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Counselor Education and Supervision. The quantitative analysis portion of this dissertation found in the results section answered the research questions and responded to the various hypotheses. The completed analyses used wholly or in part was prepared on behalf of the author; included and published in this academic work.

Chiles, E. (2015). Expectations of Job Satisfaction Based on Three Common Leadership Styles. (Doctoral dissertation, Walden University, 2015) (pp. 01-225). Ann Arbor, MI: UMI-ProQuest Central. (Publication No. UMI 3689100). Doctoral dissertation completed and published in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Leadership and Organizational Change. The editing portion of this study conducted by Dr. Alleyne towards completion in part was prepared on behalf of the author; included and published in this academic work.

Bebee, R. (2014). Factors Contributing to Student Attrition in Private Schools. (Doctoral dissertation, Walden University, 2014) (pp. 01-193). Ann Arbor, MI: UMI-ProQuest Central. (Publication No. UMI 3624686).
Doctoral dissertation completed and published in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Education. The quantitative analysis portion of this dissertation found in the results section answered the research questions and responded to the various hypotheses. The completed analyses used wholly or in part was prepared on behalf of the author; included and published in this academic work.

Paperone, P.A. (2014). Leadership and Attitudes Toward Adoption of Evidence-based Practice on Influenza Vaccination. (Doctoral dissertation, Walden University, 2014) (pp. 01-171). Ann Arbor, MI: UMI-ProQuest Central. (Publication No. UMI 3619606). Doctoral dissertation completed and published in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Nursing Practice. The quantitative analysis portion of this dissertation found in the results section answered the research questions and responded to the various hypotheses. The completed analyzes used wholly or in part was prepared on behalf of the author; included and published in this academic work.

Miller, F.C. (2014). Racial Stress, Acculturation, and Cognitive Functioning in African American Elders. (Doctoral dissertation, Walden University, 2014) (pp. 01-141). Ann Arbor, MI: UMI-ProQuest Central. (Publication No. UMI 3617572). Doctoral dissertation completed and published in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology. The quantitative analysis portion of this dissertation found in the results section answered the research questions and responded to the various hypotheses. The completed analyses used wholly or in part was prepared on behalf of the author; included and published in this academic work.

Alleyne, D.C. (2012). A Quantitative Model Examining the Effects of Technostress in Professionals. (Doctoral dissertation, Walden University, 2012) (pp. 01-203). Ann Arbor, MI: UMI-ProQuest Central. (Publication No. UMI 3539513). Doctoral dissertation completed and published a in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Business Administration in Information Systems Management.

Stewart, J. (2012). The Effect of HIV/AIDS and Health Disparities on Consumer Expenditures in African American Women. (Doctoral dissertation, Walden University, 2012) (pp. 77-192). Ann Arbor, MI: UMI-ProQuest Central. (Publication No. 3523914). Doctoral dissertation completed and published in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Applied Management and Decision Science. The quantitative analysis portion of this dissertation found in the results section answered the research questions and responded to the various hypotheses. The completed analyses used wholly or in part was prepared on behalf of the author; included and published in this academic work.

Emeka, P. (2011). The impact of culture and religion on the healthcare seeking behavior amongst the residents of Anambra State, Nigeria with regards to malaria treatment. (Doctoral dissertation, Walden University, 2011) (pp. 75-105). Ann Arbor, MI: UMI-ProQuest Central. (Publication No. AAT 3278298). The quantitative analysis portion of this dissertation found in the results section answered the research questions and responded to the various hypotheses. The completed analyses used wholly or in part was prepared on behalf of the author; included and published in this academic work.

Edara, V. (2011). Factors that impact software project success in offshore information technology (IT) companies (Doctoral dissertation, Walden University, 2011) (pp. 63-151). Ann Arbor, MI: UMI-ProQuest Central. (Publication No. AAT 3278298). The quantitative analysis portion of this dissertation found in the results section answered the research questions and respond to the various hypotheses. The completed analyses used wholly or in part was prepared on behalf of the author; included and published in this academic work.

Professional Experience

Work History

President

Aug 2014 - Present
Gifts and Mementoes, Inc.

Gifts and Mementoes, Inc. is a personalized service designed to provide customers with customizable gifts options or personal items for most occasions.

Manage a staff to process customer purchases on a day to day basis.

Quantitative Dissertation Coach

Mar 2009 - Present
Alleyne Academics, Inc.

Consults regularly with executives from a variety of industries to help solve local and globally impacting problems by creating synergistic solutions.

Provide coaching and consultation services to organizational professionals in addition to Master's and Doctoral level students.

Coaching services are for statistics, quantitative reasoning, quantitative research methodology, and dissertation analysis regardless of your location in the world. -Coaching dissertation students completing PhD, DBA, EdD, DNP, and all other doctoral dissertations utilizing a quantitative methodology.

APA expert and editor. Document formatting, APA Tables, Charts, Figures, and so on. -SPSS Expert -English as Second Language Consultant (ESL) Dissertation Editor (Quantitative, Qualitative, and Mixed Methods Studies)

Member of the Advisory Board

Jun 2014 - May 2015
American Public University System

Provided strategies on student preparedness through academic coursework for modern business organizations. - Provided strategies on entrepreneurial development for bachelor and master’s coursework. - Engaged business and academic professionals on the gaps in educational preparedness and the skills required in 21-century business organizations.

Management Consultant - Quantitative Business Analyst

Feb 2008 - Present
Independent Consultant

IIntelligent Technology: Charlotte, N.C., New York, N.Y., & Philadelphia, P.A 4/2007 – Present Created proposals to solve business problems, improved performances, and create strategic advantages - Examined performance resources for deficiencies and implemented self-management strategies.

Executed project management expertise to plan, organize, and accomplish project objectives - Targeted subsystems within organizations that resisted changes with incentives - Developed vision, mission, values, and strategies that grew business performance over time - Implemented business development and IS/IT strategies to create organizational agility - Increased revenues by 30% to 40% within 12 months on average

ACHIEVEMENTS Redesigned & upgraded insurance claims and underwriting systems for national company which enabled stability, faster processing and streamlining of workflow; productivity improved by 100% Project managed the implementation of logistics SCM and Load Tracking System for large national trucking company. Designed added value features to increase value chain, cut operating cost by 40%

Quantitative and Strategic Analyst

2008 - Present
Alleyne Academics, Inc.

Worked on projects in Supply Chain, Health Care, and IT industries and provided the following services. Worked with minimal supervision, demonstrated self-motivated initiatives  Identified root cause of problems and developed solutions  Revealed relationships and trends in mass data

Communicated results clearly and succinctly in practical terms to management teams  Analyzed long and short term strategies that generated up to $2 million in potential revenues  Translated big picture effect on objectives and managed small details to perfection.  Spear-headed cost reduction strategies that resulted in a 30% decrease in operational costs

CERTIFICATED QUALIFICATIONS / SPECIALIZATIONS

Skills

Quantitative Methodologist Coach

Statistical Coaching - PhD Level

Global Business Management

Project Planning Specialist

Accounting and Finance Management

Telecommunication and Networking Specialization

Organizational Systems Improvements

Project Management Specialist

Areas of Research Interest

Technology Management and its Contribution to Technostress: How does technostress affect job satisfaction levels for professionals of various industries?

Other Interest: Business Development, Organizational Change, Competitive Advantage Development, Social Responsibility Initiatives; IT and Business Strategy Integration.

Professional Standing

American Statistics Association (ASA)
Council of Supply Chain Management (CSCMP)
Institute for Supply Management (ISM)
Project Management Institute (PMI)
Colorado Technical University Alumni Association (CTUAA)