Carl L. Jennings has worked as an organization and management development specialist for more than twenty eight years.  He has provided services nationally and internationally to business, educational and government  organizations. He is founder of INFOSPAN LLC, and the CIO and founder of the Virtual Organizational Development Forum (VODF). 

Carl's practice focuses on identifying those strategies, processes and structures that are critical, but unique, to each organization in its efforts to fulfill its mission by achieving its outcome.  Services include developing interpersonal communications competence, improved team functioning, leadership development (coaching), intergroup and intercultural competence, understanding and managing change, and adapting the principles and methods of OD and the applied behavioral sciences to a virtual environment to facilitate working across the boundaries of culture, gender, age, geography, ethnicity and time. Carl is the creator of the Way of Total Systems Transformation Re-envisioning Intervention Strategy (tm).

Some past clients include the Whartrton Business School’s Aresty Institute of Executive Education, the Institute of Business of the University of the West Indies, senior managers from Samsung and Sunkyong corporations, the US Department of Commerce’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and various programs for senior managers from public and private industry for the NTL Institute of Applied Behavioral Science.

Carl received his MS in Education from City College New York and his B.A. magna cum laude as an honors interdisciplinary major in culture and aesthetics from Queens College New York. Other training includes extensive professional development in clinical counseling, supervision, and management at the New York State's Department of Substance Abuse Services, and further professional development at the Yale University Division of Training and Consultation in the Medical School’s Department of Psychiatry. He is  a professional member of the NTL Institute for Applied Behavioral Science, and adviser to students in the American University/NTL  Graduate Program in OD and Change.