Marilyn Haight's multi-faceted career includes positions as corporate director and manager; management trainer; organization development consultant; behavioral-science researcher; entrepreneur; business writer; and adult educator in college and workplace settings. She’s been employed in organizations including AT&T; Lucent Technologies; Hertz; Quest; Thunderbird International Graduate School of Management; College of St. Elizabeth, and she has consulted in various other corporations and privately owned businesses across industries.
Marilyn has also authored four books that help business professionals gain a career advantage: “Who’s Afraid Of The Big, Bad Boss? How To Survive 13 Types”; “Most Trusted Leader: How Employees Judge Leadership”; “The Instruction Writer’s Guide: How To Explain How To Do Anything!” and "Greeting Card Verses For Nontraditional Situations and Relationships."
She earned a BS in Business Administration at Thomas Edison College in Trenton, NJ; an MS in Organization Development in a joint program between American University in Washington, D.C. & NTL Institute in Arlington, VA; and an MA with doctoral credits in Human Development at Fielding Graduate University in Santa Barbara, CA.