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Alan Waite, M.A., CEC
Founder and CEO of Praxis

Alan Waite, M.A., CEC  is an executive coach and specialist in online training, education and advocacy corporation, established PRAXIS’ consulting arm, PRAXIS Consulting, Inc. (PCI), in 2011.

PCI specializes in project management consulting, executive coaching, and online management training and education.

Over a span of 30 years, Alan has served as a business executive, HR/Payroll manager, public service legislative/business analyst, life and corporate coach, political strategist, educator, author, and courtroom trial consultant.

He was Board Chairman and Senior Vice-President for NVS Technologies, Inc., an environmental corporation that marketed waste-to-energy and bio-remedial technologies. NVS Technologies worked with Texaco, Sandia National Laboratories, NAFTA, and the State of California to clean toxic waste sites across California and Northern Mexico. Waite was also Executive Vice President of Pallas Productions, Inc., a California-based music Production Company.

In addition, Alan has served on the board of directors for several public interest advocacy groups, including Trans-Atlantic Environmental, Inc., and the Timao Educational Foundation, both 501(c) 3 organizations.

Alan is currently an adjunct professor of Project Management at the University of Wisconsin’s School of Continuing Education corporate program, and is the creator of the Integrity Centered Decision-Making (ICDM) methodology and co-designer of the groundbreaking Transformational Project Management methodology.

Holding a B.A. in History and a B.A. in Political Science, he has an M.A. in Modern European History and a certification from the International Coaching Federation. Author and researcher of historical topics ranging from western American history to the Nuremberg War Crimes Trials (June 2015 WWII History Magazine), his first book, Hats: How Felt Can Save America is now available on and at Barnes and Noble.