Rich Feller Ph.D. LPC, JCTC,http://www.richfeller.com, Professor, Counseling
and Career Development and one of Colorado State
University’s 12 University Distinguished Teaching Scholars Emeritus has served as President of the
National Career Development Association. His consulting includes work with NASA, Hewlett Packard,
United Nations, National Football Association, American Association of Retired People, Jackson Financial, National Science Foundation, Modern Elder Academy and others within all fifty states and on six continents. His
publications include three books, 6 film series, and over 125 articles and book chapters. He’s called a “world class professor” in What Color is Your Parachute (the world’s most popular career book).
A former school, vocational, and admissions counselor, and coordinator of graduate programs in Counseling and Career Development, and the Student Affairs in Higher Education program he taught within the Organizational Performance and Change graduate program. Co-founder of the Who You Are Matters! board
game, virtual experience, Online Storyteller and Wayfinder, he serves as Advisor to Youscience, Executive Director of the career network (founded by Dick Knowdell) and lead trainer for the Job and Career Development Coach program. He is Pearson’s Career Decision Making System co-author, created www.stemcareer.com and career consultant to Semester at Sea with international consultations with Sudan, Thailand, China, Korea, Japan, Australia, Singapore, India, Saudi Arabia, Canada and Europe.
Rich has delivered keynotes, trainings, and consultations to organizations in
all 50 states and on 6 continents,