Frank L. Glaspey III
201 Hillview Ave
Selah, WA 98942
(509) 829-3105
frankg@nwinfo.net
 

TRANSFERABLE SKILLS
• Management/Administration • Policy Development and Analysis
• Budgeting • Teaching/Training
• Team Building • Negotiation/Facilitation
• Grant Writing • Conference Administration
• Program Development and Evaluation • Data Collection and Analysis
• Creative Problem Solving • Computer Applications

EDUCATION
• Master of Arts; Political Science/Public Administration, 1974
University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio.
• Bachelor of Science; Criminal Justice, 1972
University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio.
• Associate of Arts and Science; Police Administration, 1970
Yakima Valley College, Yakima, Washington

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
PEREGRINE CONSULTANT SERVICES/GLASPEY AND ASSOCIATES

Yakima, WA 1990 to Present
• Title: President
• Reporting To: N/A
• Major Responsibilities: Provide businesses and non profit organizations technical assistance and training in management, policy and procedure development, technology, grant writing, program evaluation and substance abuse issues. Budget: Approximately $20,000 per year. Personnel Supervised: 4 Consultants, as needed.

CENTRAL WASHINGTON NON-PROFIT RESOURCE CENTER
Yakima, WA November, 2002 to November, 2003
• Title: Executive Director
• Reporting To: Fifteen Member Board of Directors
• Major Responsibilities: Responsible for developing and implementing a new agency to provide services to non-profit agencies. Budget: Approximately $250,000 per year. Personnel Supervised: 1 Full Time, 3 Part time and 7 Consultants, as needed.

LOWER YAKIMA COUNTY RURAL ENTERPRISE COMMUNITY

Sunnyside, WA April, 2001 to April, 2002
• Title: Interim Executive Director
• Reporting To: Seventeen Member Board of Directors
• Major Responsibilities: Responsible for implementing the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Rural Enterprise Community Program in Sunnyside and Grandview. Projects included funding for the City of Grandview for the Wal-Mart Distribution Center, Sunnyside Infrastructure Expansion and Sunnyside Community Hospital’s Training Expansion. Budget: Approximately $700,000 per year. Personnel Supervised: 2 Full Time and 1 Part time

HERITAGE COLLEGE
Toppenish, Washington 1998 to 2001
• Title: Director, Heritage Enterprise Institute (HEI)
• Reporting To: Vice President for Administration/Chief Operating Officer
• Major Responsibilities: Developed a new division to incubate new ideas that could not find a home in the traditional college environment. Budget: $165,000-Office Budget, $425,000-Program Budget. Personnel Supervised: 3 Full Time, 5 Part Time

Heritage College 1994 to 1998
• Title: Chair, Department of Human Services
• Reporting To: Chair, Division of Social Sciences
• Major Responsibilities: Supervise the Sociology, Social Work, Chemical Dependency, Gerontology and Criminal Justice programs of the Division of Social Sciences. Budget: $168,000-Departmental, $192,000-Project and Grants. Personnel Supervised: 3 Full Time, 9 Part Time

Heritage College 1990 to 1994 (Full Time)
1985 to 1990 (Adjunct)
• Title: Assistant Professor/Adjunct Instructor
Social Sciences, Business Administration and Computer Science

YAKIMA VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Yakima, WA
• Title: Senior Computer Trainer 1994 to 1999
• Title: Assistant Professor/Adjunct Instructor 1994 to 1997
Political Science, Sociology, Grant Writing and Criminal Justice

CENTRAL WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
Ellensburg, Washington 1986 to Present
• Title: Assistant Professor/Adjunct Instructor
Political Science, Sociology and Law and Justice


YAKIMA COUNTY SUBSTANCE ABUSE COALITION
Yakima, Washington 1988 to 1990
• Title: Executive Director

YAKIMA COUNTY DISTRICT COURT 1984 to 1987

• Title: Court Administrator

BOARD OF PRISON TERMS AND PAROLES
State of Washington 1983 to 1984
• Title: Executive Director

OFFICE OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
State of Washington 1975 to 1983
• Title: Administrator
• Title: Manager, Program Administration
• Title: Manager, Planning, Evaluation and Technical Assistance
• Title: Assistant Planning Director

TRAINING EXPERIENCE
• Management and Supervisory Training
• Negotiation/Arbitration Training
• Strategic Planning
• Criminal Justice Research
• Statewide Criminal Justice Training Programs
• “Getting Communities Organized”, Office of Substance Abuse Prevention, United States Department of Health and Human Services
• Computer Applications Training, Entrepreneur Training and Grant Writing

AWARDS AND TESTIMONIALS:
• Outstanding Young Men of America, U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce
• Who’s Who Among College and University Teachers in America
• Outstanding Nonprofit Executive, Washington Council on Crime and Delinquency
• Outstanding Executive, Washington Human Development (Aztec Award)

Community Service:
• WIN211-Board of Directors
• 4people.org-Board of Directors

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND REFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST