Department of Public Administration and Policy
Dr. Bryan L. Champion is a Professor of Public Sector Leadership at the American University Key Leadership Programs. He has over 37 years of employment with the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) serving in various program management and leadership positions overseeing corporate management activities such as financial management, human capital, information technology/information management, and administrative services. As the Associate Director, Office of Small Business and Civil Rights, he led the Civil Rights Outreach and Compliance Program (OCCP), Minority Serving Institution Program (MSIP), Small Business Program, and the Diversity Dialogue Project. Additionally, he is a Board Certified Coach (BCC) and is a member of the Office of Personnel sponsored Federal Coach Network (FCN) where he has served as an Executive Coach to mid-level and Senior Executives to federal employees at over 10 different agencies. His work with FCN also includes serving as a mentor/support coach during the first 3 cohorts of the Federal Internal Coach Training Program which is an International Coach Federation (ICF) approved coach training program that was awarded “Best Leadership Development Program in 2014 by Human Capital Management Conference (HGMC).
Dr. Champion is a seasoned presenter at both government and private sector conferences on topics ranging from leadership and emotional intelligence to accountability, personal goal setting, and developing organizational trust. His leadership development activities at the NRC also include serving as an instructor in the NRC’s Leader’s Academy, delivering presentations to members of the NRC Senior Executive Service (SES) Candidate Development Program (CDP), and instrumental in the design and launch of the agency’s Flash Mentoring Program.
Dr. Champion has held adjunct faculty and counseling positions at Montgomery College, and Miles College, and currently serves on the Board of Trustees of Lane College in Jackson, TN.