Dorothy Marcic is adjunct professor at Vanderbilt Universityís Owen Graduate School of Management and the former director of the doctoral and masterís programs in human resource development at Vanderbilt. She was a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Economics, Prague and the Czech Management Center, where she taught M.B.A. students and practicing managers.
Marcic has conducted over 1000 highly rated seminars on many topics and consulted for managers at AT&T Bell Labs, the Governor and Cabinet of North Dakota, the U.S. Department of State, United Parcel Service, USAA Insurance, Aerial Beauty Supply Company, the U.S. Air Force, Slovak Management Association, Eurotel, Hawaii Governorís Commission on the status of women, University of Western Australia, Czech Ministry of Finance and numerous other organizations. She assists them in becoming more productive and innovative. She spearheaded organizational analysis and intervention projects with the Cattaraugus Center, two arts organizations in the Twin Cities, and the Salt River-Pima Indian Tribe in Arizona. In addition, Marcic worked to develop a three-week management training program on empowerment for Hallmark Corporation, and has served as advisor to the U.S. Ambassador of the Czech Republic. She served as delegate to the UN Economic and Social Develop Summit in Copenhagen and gave three workshops on ethical management at the NGO Forum.
Marcic is the author of Managing With the Wisdom of Love: Uncovering Virtue in People, Organizations, RESPECT: Women and Popular Music, Organizational Behavior and Management International, Women and Men in Organizations and a book on high performance in the service industry. While living in La Crosse, Wisconsin, Marcic hosted a weekly radio program entitled Mind Your Business and was selected as Woman of the Year by the La Crosse YWCA.