Jim Dickinson is an industrial-organizational psychologist who has spent his career as a leader, consultant, facilitator and coach guiding individuals and organizations through a diverse set of talent management initiatives.
Jim currently serves as Assistant Vice President for Career Services at his alma mater, Loyola University Maryland. He earned his PhD at Clemson University, where his studies focused on the antecedents and consequences of workplace constructs including engagement, morale, and job performance.
He has called the Baltimore area home since 2005. Highlights of his career include leadership and consulting roles with Johns Hopkins HealthCare, Business Volunteers Maryland, and Erickson Living. He was recognized for his contributions to the Greater Baltimore area in 2012 with the Maryland Daily Record’s VIP List Award (40 under 40).
Jim has been active as a community volunteer, most notably through his 10 years of service with the United Way of Central Maryland including 6 years on the board of directors.
Jim lives in Towson with his wife Megan and two children. Originally from Clifton, New Jersey, he is quite possibly the biggest pizza connoisseur in the room today.