Dr. Charles E. Mitchell is a retired federal employee (U.S. EEOC) and a graduate of the University of Georgia (Ph.D.). He is currently employed as an associate professor at Troy University where he teaches courses in ethics, org. behavior, leadership, public HRM and foundations of public administration. In addition to ASPA, where he has served as V.P. and President, Dr. Mitchell is a member of Phi Delta Kappa, Pi Alpha Alpha, Phi Kappa Phi and COMPA. Charles has presented research papers in conferences throughout the southeast, Texas, Virginia, DC, California, Canada (Toronto, Quebec, Vancouver) and Paris, France. Published works appear in the Employee Relations Law Journal, Labor Law Journal, Public Personnel Management, Review of Public Personnel Administration, various conference proceedings and book chapters in Cultural and Social Diversity and the Transition from Education to Work & The International Handbook of Cultures of Education Policy: Comparative International Issues in Policy-Outcome Relationships. Dr. Mitchell is also a volunteer mediator for the state of Georgia’s Annexation Dispute Resolution program..