Dr. Timothy Rose
Council Member

Dr. Timothy Rose is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Public Administration at Clark Atlanta University. Additionally, Tim is the founder of Productivity Consultants & Career Support Services (PCCSS), a transformative workforce development firm that informs the public about workforce development issues, attitudes and trends. The firm focuses on individual development plans and aptitude assessments impacting career choice, assessment, development, and transition of those who are seeking employment. His academic accomplishments include a B.A., Clark College, Communications, M.P.A., Clark Atlanta University, Human Resource Management. M.S., Louisiana State University, Career & Technical Education, and Ph.D., Louisiana State University, Human Resources & Workforce Dev. Tim is a thought leader and workforce development consultant with over 20 years of experience. He is passionate about igniting a thirst in students and adults for learning and enhancing their knowledge to support their career and professional development.

During 15 years of corporate image and professional development consulting, Tim worked with several Fortune 500 companies on executive coaching, professional development, and leadership development. He began his higher education career teaching at the community college level in academic support. His primary focus was geared towards counseling students in a practical and relevant manner that promotes employable relationships, co-designing curricula, academic support interventions and implementing best practices to support college retention and academic success. Through the use of labor market information, intelligence and scholarly research, the firm advances knowledge of federal, state and local workforce development programs for businesses and employers which ensures skill development of their workers. Tim’s research has appeared in peer-reviewed journals and he continues to teach, coach and mentor business students on how to build a strategic personal brand to compete in a global workforce.