Dr. Croteau is a highly sought after and effective speaker on an array of topics.
He has presented nationally and internationally at conferences, schools, colleges, centers, and corporate trainings about leadership & talent management, eating & body image issues, his personal coming out experience & LGBTQ issues, and inclusivity & diversity in the workplace. If you want to join the discourse in which all these topics are revealed, but you are worried that you will not be able to prepare well the position that interests you, with the words do my homework for me you can find a good solution to this problem.
Dr. Croteau has held leadership positions with Northwestern University, Witt/Kieffer, Carnegie Mellon University, and Watson Wyatt Worldwide (now Towers Watson).
In addition, Dr. Croteau has taught at Northwestern University’s School of Education & Social Policy, Carnegie Mellon University in the H. John Heinz III College, and the Warner Graduate School of Education at the University of Rochester. He is also a frequent guest lecturer in classrooms across the country.
Dr. Croteau’s degrees include a bachelor’s in Writing, Literature & Publishing from Emerson College, a master’s in Counseling Psychology from Northwestern University, and a doctorate from Boston University in Administration, Leadership, Training and Policy Studies. He is a proud graduate of Outward Bound, U.S.A. and studied abroad in The Netherlands and in Spain.