M. Frederick Droege, Jr., Ed. D.

Dr. Fred Droege has consulted with more than ninety corporations, associations, educational institutions and government agencies throughout the United States , Western Europe and the Pacific Rim . Projects have included strategic planning, organization design and development, management development and individual coaching and counseling.

Client organizations have included DTM (U.S., Germany) Littlefield, Inc., MPSI (U.S., Japan, Singapore), The Crosby Group, Inc., DIMAC Direct, Telecom Security (England), Lenno

International, St. Francis Health Systems, Cessna Aircraft, Carolina Steel Corp., American Central Gas, N.V. Philips (Holland), Alcoa Corp., National Business Aircraft Association, National Association of Independent Schools, Union Carbide Corp., General Motors Corp., BSW International, (U.S., Mexico) and the United States Department of Education.

Previously, Dr. Droege was Vice-President for Organization Development of The Williams Companies, a Fortune 500 corporation with $20 billion in assets. The Williams Companies have owned and managed operations in chemicals, energy, metals, pipeline transportation and telecommunications.

His academic background includes a Doctorate in Organization Research and Evaluation, a Masters in Organizational Communication and a Bachelor in Economics. During his graduate work he was a Harlequin Scholar, a Connors Fellow, and a Fullbright grant nominee. He has been an Associate Professor of Management and Director of the Management Development Center with the College of Business at The University of Tulsa where he was cited by the Executive Council as an “Outstanding Professor”.

Dr. Droege's publications include more than thirty articles. He has been the featured speaker for more than 200 corporations, national professional associations, educational institutions and trade shows. He has served as a Trustee of Holland Hall School and as a Director of Braden Industries, The Support Center, Theater Tulsa, and the Urban League. Dr. Droege has also served as an advisor to the Tulsa Junior League, Community Service Council, Philbrook Art Center and Leadership Tulsa.