FHSU professor earns civic coach designation
WICHITA -- The Kansas Leadership Center announced Darrell Hamlin, Ellis, has earned the formal designation of certified Civic and Community Leadership Coach.
The certification means Hamlin has met standards developed by the Kansas Leadership Center for training, practice and assessment of those who are coaching in civic and community settings. These standards supplement and align with standards of the coaching profession as developed by the International Coach Federation.
The Kansas Leadership Center is proud to set the standard of excellence and support a growing community of practice in the emerging field of Civic and Community Leadership Coaching.
Hamlin is assistant professor of justice studies at Fort Hays State University and a senior fellow at FHSU's Center for Civic Leadership. He earned a Ph.D. in political science from Rutgers University, and his scholarship, teaching and service have received awards. To pursue civic engagement initiatives in the private sector, Hamlin founded Civic Monkey LLC in 2008. As a writer, public speaker, consultant and board certified coach, Hamlin focuses on civic renewal, leadership and expanded narratives of public life.
Hamlin is one of 20 Kansas Leadership Center coaches who have earned the certification as Civic and Community Leadership Coach.