Dr. Jeremy Hodges has been a Delta Mu Delta member since 2008. He brings a record of success in various challenging military and educational leadership positions with his nomination to Vice-President of the Lambda Eta chapter of DMD.
In 1998, he enlisted in the United States Air Force. He quickly completed two Bachelor of Science degrees and earned a commission through Officer Training School. As an officer, he has held positions of leadership in munitions production, missile maintenance, and military education.
There are numerous examples of his positive influence. He led munitions production for Operation NORTHERN WATCH in 2002 and 2003. His team achieved the highest Air Force missile alert rate in history in 2005. In 2009, he was hand-picked to establish the faculty evaluation and student feedback programs for the new Advanced Space Operations School in Colorado Springs, Colorado. This streak of success has resulted in better organizations and a showcase of personal accolades. Last year, he received an early promotion to Major and currently serves at Headquarters Air Force in Washington, D.C.
After completing his Master of Aeronautical Science degree in 2005, he joined the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University faculty. Over the past 7 years, he has taught over 30 graduate courses in management, science, and research methods, and has served on 62 graduate capstone project committees. He consistently receives high praise from students, and was named the 2010 Outstanding Faculty Member by the Colorado Springs Campus.
Dr. Hodges achieved the pinnacle of academic accomplishment by completing his Doctor of Philosophy degree in Business Administration at Northcentral University in 2010. He published work related to his dissertation topic, Knowledge Management Capability, during his final days as a student.
An exceptional communicator and leader, Dr. Hodges’s character reflects the high standards expected of Delta Mu Delta officers.