Major Carl A. Lindberg
Director of Aerospace Education

Total time in CAP (with breaks in service): 6.9 yrs Senior Member, & 2 yrs. “ COP” cadet (CAWG 1958-60). Related Cap Experience: Squadron AEO, 2 yrs. 11 mos. (Awarded Wing AEO of the Year twice and PCR’s MG Jeanne Holm Education Officer of the Year in 2014.) Related Non-CAP Experience: A. Corporate Training: The Boeing Company: 9 years designing, facilitating and training the trainers in various courses . Topics included, Management/Leadership Development, Industrial Engineering and Quality Improvement Skills, Hazardous Materials, People Skills (Presentations, Negotiations, Time Management, Team Building, etc.), Positive Risk Taking, Creative Thinking, Coaching & Mentoring Skills (Directed the company’s Coaching program). Chosen Manager of the Year in the Training Organization and served as the Campaign Training Director for the national award winning Boeing corporate United Way Campaign in 1990, responsible for training 936 campaign volunteers at nine major company location around the US. Training Program Certifications: Blessing-White (Leadership Development), Learning Maps (Systems Visualization), Lominger (Career Coaching & Development), Time Power (Expanded Time Management), Zenger-Miller (Management Skills), Myers-Briggs (Psychological Personality Assessment). B. College/University Teaching: Served as Department Chair (Management/Leadership degree Programs), Faculty Instructional Development Coach, NDEA Teaching Fellow, and instructor of such graduate or undergraduate topics as: Operations Management, Business Ethics, Organizational Leadership, Learning Organizations, etc. Taught for two community colleges, three universities and the first Total Quality Leadership course at the US Merchant Marine Academy. C. Air Intelligence Operations, USAF: After graduating at the top of the Armed Forces Air Intelligence Training Center’s Spring 1965 Class, served as an analyst at both the PACOM Elint Center and SAC HQ’s Intelligence Systems Collection Office. Awarded the Joint Service Commendation medal for work accomplished in my first 2.5 years on active duty. D. Program Planner: Served in the Industrial Engineering Organization developing & coordinating manufacturing plans for aircraft programs and follow-on modifications (mainly the military variants of the 707 model aircraft). E. Community Volunteering: Coached, taught skills, presented information and led programs in Boy Scouts, Sunday School, AARP and Junior Achievement. Asked to make presentations for ; Boeing Bluebills (CAP History & Current Ops), Washington State Chamber of Commerce Directors (Quality Improvement & Team Building), National Payroll Assn. (Teamwork & Problem Solving), The Mentoring/Coaching Conference (“No Fault” Mentoring), Global Leadership Conference (Mentoring Volunteers), Community Development Society (Survey Data and Community Building). Higher Education: Post-Graduate Studies, Adult Learning & Leadership/Organizational Development topics (60 quarter hours of post-graduate study) Seattle University, Certificate (Executive Program in Creating the High-Performance Work Place) from The Darden School of Business, University of Virginia, MBA (Business with emphasis in Management), National University, MA Degree (Community Planning & Development), Saint Louis University, Bachelors Degree (Geography), University of Nebraska-Omaha Campus. (Current as of 29-Apr-16)