Goodfellow was born and raised near London
. He was educated at Clark's
College in England; Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, British
Columbia, Canada; and at Bowling Green State University in Ohio
where he received a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology.
has had broad experience in line and staff positions in both the
private and public sectors. His experience includes:
A number of years with a major world bank where he was
an Inspector, Branch Manager, Business Development Officer, and
in a major Midwestern steel company.
Industrial Psychologist in EEO, affirmative
action, employee selection, and validation issues for a consulting firm.
is currently Professor Emeritus of Human Resources Management
in the College
of Business Administration
at CSU-Sacramento, where he teaches courses in human resources management,
compensation and organizational behavior.
is active as a speaker, trainer and consultant in general human
resource issues; organizational issues; compensation; selection
and appraisal; research methodology; employment discrimination,
affirmative action and ADA
(disabilities act) issues.
interests, however, are not limited to the human resources area.
He has developed strategic plans and implementation strategies;
has developed licensing and certification examinations; and has
assisted the Federal Aviation Authority in flight controller management
acts as an expert witness in cases involving wrongful termination,
employment discrimination, sexual harassment and compensation.
is a licensed Industrial/Organizational Psychologist in the State
and an Accredited Personnel Diplomate of the Society for Human Resource