Edward Grice has over 15 years of management and organizational development experience in the public, private and nonprofit sectors He is Associate Dean, Graduate School of Nonprofit Management at American Jewish University, where he manages the recruitment and retention facets of the MBA Program in Nonprofit Management. Formerly the Senior Organizational Consultant with the Center for Nonprofit Management, Edward specialized in strategic planning, organizational assessment and evaluation, board development, retreat planning and facilitation, as well as executive coaching.
Edward previously served as deputy director with Congresswoman Millender-McDonald and headed the 37th Congressional District Task Force on Alcohol, Drugs and Crime. He is a former director with the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), where he developed faith-based initiatives involving social and economic development. He has been a trainer and consultant to public projects such as the Los Angeles County Tobacco Control Initiative and the Los Angeles Unified School District Drug-Free School Zone Project.