John E. Wyble, CAE
Dr. John E. Wyble is an accomplished leader, strategist, and collaborator with more than 25 years’ proven success leading complex organizations to sustained and strategic growth. Dr. Wyble’s career is concentrated in executive leadership, organizational development, governmental advocacy, and stakeholder engagement along with significant experience in strategic planning; program design and assessment; professional development and training; and leadership development. He is particularly adept at convening stakeholders to facilitate innovative strategies for improving organizational capacity, efficiency, and competency.
Dr. Wyble’s work and service has focused in the education, healthcare, and child welfare sectors, both here in his native Louisiana as well as across the nation. His vision, leadership, and genuine regard and care for all people are core strengths that distinguish him as a consummate professional.
Dr. Wyble has created, expanded, and led organizations on national, state, and local levels, with extensive experience in governmental advocacy in Baton Rouge, Washington, DC, and in other state capitols. Honors and distinctions include: Certified Chief Executive; a distinction earned by less than 2% of Nonprofit Executives Nationally; Gulf Coast Region (U.S.) Service-Learning Leadership; Leadership and Service Award for Louisiana Children and Families; and Outstanding Service Award for developing programs for students with special abilities.
He served on the Louisiana Children’s Cabinet Advisory Board for three Governors, including three years as Chair. He also served as Chair of the Louisiana Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Council numerous task force and committees appointed by the Legislature and Governor.
Dr. Wyble is a first-generation college graduate who mentored and coached countless young adults into developing, pursuing, and achieving career and continuing education goals. He has earned degrees from the University of Southern Mississippi (Ph.D. in evaluation and leadership with a concentration in adult learner theory); Louisiana State University (M.S., Vocational Education); and the University of Louisiana Lafayette (B.S.)