Employee Assistance Programs Expert
Dodie Gill, New Millennium President/CEO, brings unparalleled vision and technical expertise with a professional career spanning over 35 years. She was the driving force in developing a unique and dynamic internal EAP program, which served over 7,000 county and school board employees. A nationally recognized leader in the EAP and First Responder arena, Ms. Gill has held numerous local and national positions.
Principal areas of expertise in employee assistance program design, development and implementation, strategic planning, leadership development and employee engagement, employee wellness, emergency preparedness and response, performance management, addictions and change management. Her professional career in Arlington spanned over 35 years. She had been the driving force in developing a unique and dynamic internal employee assistance program, which serves over 7,000 county and school board employees and their families. A nationally recognized leader in the EAP arena, Ms. Gill has held numerous local and national positions. She has extensive experience in program development, management consultation, crisis intervention, and providing services to individuals, families, and groups.
Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, B.A.; Science
Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, M.Ed.; Secondary Education
George Washington University, Washington, DC; graduate work in counseling & psychology
George Mason University, Fairfax, VA; graduate work in counseling & psychology
Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, M.S.; Alcohol & Drug Rehabilitation Counseling
HONORS AND AWARDS
Received an award from the local chapter of the International Firefighters Association for service to their members.
Recognized for outstanding work in the Pentagon After Action Report
Recognized by the Caron Foundation as the 2006 HR/EAP Professional of the Year
Gill, D and Feerst, D. “Long-Term Survival, the Core Technology, and You.” EAPA Exchange, Mar-Apr, 1998.
Gill, D, et al. “On the Front Lines: Vision, Planning Position EAPs for Successful Response to Critical Incidents.” EAP Digest, 2002, 22-25.
Gill, D. “Guide: Caring for Public Servants” co-published simultaneously in Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma(The Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press, an imprint of the Haworth Press, Inc.) Vol.10, No ½, 2005; and The Trauma of Terrorism: Sharing Knowledge and Shared Care, An International Handbook (ed. Yael Danieli, Danny Brom, and Joe Sills) The Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press, an imprint of the Haworth Press, Inc., 2005.