David C.L. Stock, MS, MBA
Stock, MS, MBA is Manager of Leadership & Learning at Cayman
Islands Civil Service College and one of the original team members for
the implementation of the Civil Service College in the Cayman Islands in
As Manager of Leadership & Learning, Dave is responsible for the implementation of the Cayman Islands Civil Service Academy (e-learning portal), the implementation of accredited learning programs and is the only facilitator for the ILM Endorsed Leadership & Management program. In addition, He is the change agent for the training & development policy for the Cayman Islands and Civil Service. He has spoke on the Cayman Islands Civil Service College at several conferences including the Caribbean Leadership, Governance, and Empowerment Conference, Enterprise Learning! Conference & Expo (ELCE) in Anaheim, California, and EdMedia 2012: World Conference on Educational Media and Technology in Denver, Colorado. In addition, due to his work, the Cayman Islands Civil Service Academy (e-learning portal) was nominated by the editors of Elearning! Media Group for the Learning! 100 Award — an awards program honoring top learning organizations in the world.
He was previously Registrar at University College of the Cayman Islands, Data Research Analyst Manager at Kingland Systems, Academic Advisor at Iowa State University, Project Lead at Growth Ventures Group, Product Manager at PayPal, Business Accounts Manager & Trainer at PayPal, Graduate Hall Director at University of Arkansas, and Resident Hall Director at Buena Vista University.
Dave earned his BA in Psychology at Buena Vista University, Iowa in 1997. He earned his MS in Counseling at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville in 1998 and his BS in Education at the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 2000. He earned his MBA in Business Administration at Iowa State University – College of Business in 2004. He is currently completing his Ph.D. in Educational Leadership & e-Learning, Higher Education at TUI University.
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