Paul Dickin is the Network Director, Organizational Development, for The University of Vermont Health Network. Paul has expertise in change management, facilitation of systems change initiatives, executive coaching, strategic planning, board development, professional development systems, and programmatic services development. Prior to joining UVMHN, Paul was CEO and Senior Consultant with Cope & Associates, Inc., a Vermont-based Organizational Development and Training organization. Paul gained extensive leadership experience in social services and 7-16 education, including the development and mobilization of Vermont Act 176 that created alternate pathways for high school students to earn a high school credential. Paul also has experience leading significant change management processes in for-profit and non-profit organizations, including as Executive Director of a developmental and dual-diagnosis specialized service agency in Vermont.
Paul earned a Master of Education through Saint Michael’s College in Colchester, Vermont; he earned a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Development and Economics through University College, Cardiff, in Wales (UK). He is certified in change management through ProSci and a range of assessment tools. Paul resides in Williston, Vermont with his wife, Susie, and their five children.