Gary Namie, PhD
Founder, Author, Consultant, Speaker, Researcher, Activist
Gary is a social psychologist and widely regarded as North America’s foremost authority on Workplace Bullying. In 2007, 2010 & 2014, Dr. Namie wrote, and Zogby International conducted, the most frequently cited, largest-ever, scientific U.S. survey of Workplace Bullying. Along with his wife, Ruth, they wrote the popular books, The Bully-Free Workplace (Wiley, 2011) and The Bully At Work 2nd ed. (Sourcebooks, 2009). He has 21 years university teaching experience in management and psychology, including the University of Southern California. He was a corporate manager for two regional hospital systems. He won national and college campus teaching awards. He now directs the only U.S. research and education organization with a focus on bullying at work, the Workplace Bullying Institute. The media regard Dr. Namie, after 1,200+ interviews, as the go-to national expert. He serves as expert witness in bullying-related legal cases.
Frank Mulcahy is an award-winning entrepreneur, a sales professional and master presenter. In his career, he has anticipated national business trends with his start-up, leading edge technology companies. He developed for employers educational workshops in the dangers of social media and risk exposure from identity theft long before they became household words. Frank’s immersion in bullying began with training at Clemson University in the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program to minimize bullying among school-age children. Frank attended the WBI Workplace Bullying University® multiple times to hone his mastery of all facets of adult bullying in the workplace. Frank was asked to join WBI to apply his considerable sales talent to the task of introducing WBI anti-bullying services to employers. He has developed an approach to allow employers to engage in the most affordable way possible.