Dr. Jan Summers
Dr. Jan Summers contributes over 40 years of experience in public schools,
universities, health systems, government agencies, tribal organizations, and
corporations as an Organizational Development and Performance
consultant, trainer, author, motivational speaker, and facilitator.
Dr. Summers earned a bachelor’s degree in Theology and Pastoral
Counseling, a master’s degree in Curriculum Development and a doctorate
in Education with emphasis in Instructional Design and Counseling.
In addition to teaching on the faculty of the University of Georgia and
Oklahoma State University, Dr. Summers has served as a Performance
Consultant for the Chickasaw Nation for the past 20 years. She provides
consultation, training, and facilitation in numerous employee performance
seminars and processes.
Dr. Summers is co-author of The Challenge of Excellence: Learning the
Ropes of Change, and Basic Terminology for Therapeutic Recreation and
other Action Therapies. She was recognized as “Outstanding Faculty
Member” in the School of Allied Health and Educational Psychology at
Oklahoma State University, and is listed in the America’ Registry of
Outstanding Professionals and the “International Who’s Who of