James F. Martin, Ed.D.,
James F. Martin is a cofounder of Martin-McAllister Consulting Psychologists, Inc. He received his B.A. Degree in Psychology from Culver-Stockton College and earned a Master's Degree in Guidance and Counseling from Northeast Missouri State University as well as a Master's in Educational Psychology from Indiana University. In addition, he earned a Divinity Degree from Drake University and his doctorate in communications and small group skills from Indiana University.
Among his civic and community contributions, Dr. Martin includes membership in the American Psychological Association, Vice Presidency of the Minneapolis Rotary Club, the Board of Wayside House, West Side Athletic Council as coach of football and softball, Founder and President of the Neighborhood Involvement Program, Kiwanis Club, Lion's Club, Board of Directors for the Senior Citizens Commission, and Consultant to the Minnesota Orchestral Association and Guthrie Theatre. In 1974, he was honored by the Rotary International as a Paul Harris Fellow.
He provides extensive consultation and coaching to leaders throughout the country. His current practice focuses on executive selection, coaching, training, group dynamics consultation, and organizational development activities.