Joseph Siegmund, Ph.D. | Faculty
International American University
Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership; Northcentral University; San Diego, CA
Bachelor of Business Administration; American Intercontinental University; Hoffman Estates, IL
A.A. in Business Administration; American Intercontinental University; Hoffman Hills Estates, IL
Joseph Siegmund has received his Ph. D in Organizational Leadership from Northcentral University, Master of Business Administration from Saint Leo University with concentration in Management and Bachelors in Business Administration from American InterContinental University with concentration in Organizational Psychology and Development. In addition to these academic achievements, Mr. Siegmund has 20 years of hands on business experience in operations, management, human resources, new business development and strategic growth planning.
Mr. Siegmund’s professional business experiences include working in Client Services for a tax and Payroll Company, Owning and Managing two startup heating and air conditioning companies in Southern California, National Sales Manager for an international controls company and currently as the Vice President of Operations for same international controls company. Mr. Siegmund enjoys developing and growing new business concepts from inception to market.
Mr. Siegmund has been a volunteer with the Boy Scouts of America since he turned 18 and became an adult according to the BSA rules. As a scout Mr. Siegmund attained the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest rank in the scouting program, and currently participates in the scouting program with his 3 sons. Scouting has provided many opportunities for Mr. Siegmund to participate in the training and development of both scouts and adult scout leaders, and he has assisted in the development of new training protocols.
Mr. Siegmund also enjoys golfing, scuba diving, backpacking and skiing as often as he, his wife and children can make the time to play.
Mr. Siegmund looks forward to participating in the education process and desires to facilitate learning through interactions with students, utilizing the insights and thoughts developed in the classroom to form synergy between the students and instructor.