Mitchell R. Alegre
- Office Location:
- Campus Activities Suite, Lower Level Gallagher Center
Mitchell R. Alegre began serving as EAGLE coordinator in January, 2006. He has been an adjunct faculty member in the Commerce Department of the College of Business Administration since 2001, where he also serves as advisor to the Interdisciplinary Minor in Leadership.
He continues as president of his own consulting company focusing on personal and organizational effectiveness. Since 1974 he has provided training for business people, healthcare professionals, human service providers, educators, clergy, and others. He is a Managing Distributor for Inscape Publishing and a Certified Facilitator for Achieveglobal. He has served as Senior Consultant for the Healthcare Careers Center of the University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, as Training Associate for the Institute for Work/Family Balance at the University at Buffalo, and as an adjunct faculty member for other colleges in Western New York. He also has served as a Certified Instructor for the American Association of Professional Consultants.
He has authored numerous articles and three books and has received several national awards for writing, editing, and marketing. He has been a recipient of the Trainer of the Year Award from the Niagara Frontier Chapter of the American Society for Training and Development. He has been recognized for Outstanding Teaching and Dedication by Niagara University’s College of Business Administration. His teaching and work with EAGLE have been recognized by NU’s Multicultural & International Student Affairs. The leadership program he designed for Niagara University received the New York Leadership Educators Consortium Innovative Program Award. He also has received the NYLEC Tom Matthews Visionary Award for his contributions to leadership education. He was voted one of Niagara University’s Most Intriguing Professors. He was the first to receive the Leadership Award presented by the Buffalo Chapter of the International Management Network and was similarly honored by the Buffalo Chapter of the International Management Council. He has been a recipient of the Langston Hughes Institute Volunteer Arts Award.
Mr. Alegre is a graduate of Hobart College in Geneva, NY, and holds a Master’s degree from SUNY at Geneseo. He has specialized training in human resource development. He also has had management experience. He is a member of the National Clearinghouse for Leadership Programs, New York State Leadership Educators Consortium, and the Western New York Student Leadership and Engagement Consortium.