Assistant Professor of Management and Leadership Studies
- Leadership Development & Effectiveness
- Courage Development & Values Formation
- Strategic Utilization of Human Assets
- The Use of Games in Learning
- Driving Service Levels in Higher Education
“I would prefer to combat the ‘I’m special’ feeling not by the thought, ‘I’m no more special than anyone else,’ but by the feeling ‘Everyone is as special as me.’…No one is like anyone else. All are ‘members’ (organs) in the Body of Christ. All different and all necessary to the whole and to one another; each loved by God individually, as if it were the only creature in existence. Otherwise you might get the idea that God is like the government which can only deal with people in mass…[People] are not interchangeable. Each person is almost a species in himself [herself].” - C. S. Lewis
Romans 12:5 “so in Christ we who are many form one body, and each member belongs to all the others.”
Mr. Hoomans is currently the Assistant Director of Graduate Studies, in addition to being an Assistant Professor of Management and Leadership Studies. He has been a member of the Roberts Wesleyan faculty since 1999 and is presently a doctoral candidate at Regent University, where he is studying strategic leadership. Mr. Hoomans earned his Bachelor of Science Degree at Roberts Wesleyan College and a Master of Science in Career & Human Resources at Rochester Institute of Technology.
Prior to this Mr. Hoomans has worked in the field of Human Resources for 10 years in a number of capacities that included responsibilities for recruitment, retention, and employee relations. However, most recently he occupied the role of Manager of Leadership Development for Wegmans Food Markets – the nation’s best company to work for in 2005. Prior to his career in the field of Human Resources, Mr. Hoomans also worked in the areas of financial aid and admissions at Rochester Institute of Technology.