Tamara L. McMillan, M.S., CPSC, CLC
Tamara L. McMillan is an author and an award-winning Lecturer who teaches four courses; one in the nature and nurture of Creativity and Disruptive Change Leadership, Creative Approaches to Problem Solving, Women and Gender Studies and another in Mastering the Academic Environment. Currently, she serves as the Director of the Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program and was the former Associate Director of Student Life for Leadership at SUNY Buffalo State.
Known for her training and facilitation skills supported by her 18 years of corporate and higher education experience, Tamara provides leadership and creative problem solving learn-shops and seminars for different campus departments, student clubs and organizations like Students Government, Residence Life, Orientation, and the Greek community to name a few. She’s qualified in Myers Briggs Type Indicator, Strong Interest Inventory, Emotional Intelligence, 7 Habits for Highly Effective People and an Advanced Trainer for FourSight. Additionally, as an educational consultant, she provides keynotes and training events for the public and private sectors, educators, and the business community.
Tamara has a Master’s degree in Student Personnel Administration, and a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from SUNY Buffalo State. Additionally, she holds an advance certificate of studies in Creativity and Change Leadership from the International Center for Studies in Creativity. She was one of ten speakers for the inaugural TEDx conference held in Buffalo, New York in December 2012.