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Because You Need to Know – Jamie Muskopf, DSW

Collaboration, culture, and community: knowledge leadership with Jamie Muskopf

This podcast is part of the Because You Need to Know series from Pioneer Knowledge Services.

Jamie Muskopf, DSW (she/her/’o ia) enjoys a career in knowledge and information strategy that often traverses less conventional paths. Dr. Muskopf has more than 20 years of executive leadership and consulting experience in the fields of technology and knowledge strategy and is currently the Director of Technical Assistance, Learning, and Knowledge Management at Lux Consulting Group. In 2020 she earned a Doctor of Social Work, studying Social Entrepreneurship, Social Innovation and holds Master of Science degrees in Information and Knowledge Strategy from Columbia University and Information Systems from Hawai’i Pacific University. She enthusiastically brings the Science of Social Work into how she teaches and applies the principles of knowledge strategy and has worked with organizations like Nike, Microsoft, the USDA, the United States Navy, and Department of Defense.

Dr. Muskopf is proud to be Native Hawaiian and an active-duty Navy submarine officer’s spouse and serves as a subject matter expert for The Rosie Network’s Service to CEO program for military spouses and veterans. She is President of the Board of Directors for Ho’ola Veteran Services (Ho’ola Farms) and She is trained in Building Resilience through Trauma-Informed Practices in Higher Education, is certified in Adult Mental Health First Aid in the US and is an ETS Sponsor trained to assist individuals transitioning out of military service. Dr. Muskopf is a Certified Facilitator of the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® method which she uses to help students and clients share tacit knowledge in 3D.

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Edwin K. Morris

Edwin K. Morris is the president and founder of Pioneer Knowledge Services which produces the educational program, Because You Need To Know. It is part of the mission to educate and bring awareness around knowledge management and nonprofit concerns.

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