As founder and president of H. G. Adams and Associates, Inc., Howard G. Adams has amassed more than thirty-five years of Management Consulting, Administrative, and Teaching experience. In this Leadership capacity, he has recorded many factual success stories from mentoring, coaching, and advisement sessions from thousands of students.
*Founding Director, GEM National Institute on Mentoring
*Executive Director of the National Consortium for Graduate
Degrees for Minorities in Engineering and Science, Inc.
*Member of the U.S. Congressional Task Force on Women,
Minorities and the Handicapped in Science and Technology.
*Vice President, Student Affairs at Norfolk State University,
*Keynote Speaker (400 colleges and universities)
*Training Facilitator (Fortune 500 companies, governmental
agencies and civic groups)
*Mentoring for Professional Development: Mentor/Protégé Orientation Handbook, 1998;
*The Mentorship Briefing Guide: Handbook for Establishing & Implementing A Mentoring Program, 1998;
*Recruiting Graduate Students: Implementing the Key "R" of Graduate Education, 1997;
*Transitioning New Hires Into the Workplace: The Strategy of Mentoring, 1995;
*Thinking About Success: Pointing in the Right Direction, A Mentor/Protégé Guide, 1996;
* Your Internship is as Good as You Make It: A Practical Guide to Student Internships, 1994;
*Techniques for Effective Undergraduate Mentoring: A Faculty/Student Guide, 1993;
*Making the Grade in Graduate School: Survival 101 (1993).
*B. S. from Norfolk State University;
*M. S. from Virginia State University;
*Ph. D. from Syracuse University.