Michael Graney-Mulholland, DBA, MBA, BSBA


Dr. Graney-Mulholland’s career encompasses over 30 years of professional business experience and 16 years in academia in the field of management. Prior to accepting the appointment as Dean, she served as Program Chair for the Master of Business Administration and Bachelor of Science in Business Administration programs in John F. Kennedy University’s School of Management. Previously, she was the Department Chair for the undergraduate business program for Northern California at the University of Phoenix, where she was responsible for the performance of 500 adjunct faculty and 1,500 students. She has worked in the telecommunications, banking, and credit card industries as Director of Operations and as Director of Training and Development for Fortune 500 companies.

Dr. Graney-Mulholland’s wide range of interests in the field of management – ranging from leadership development, human resource management, organizational psychology, knowledge management, e-learning, to ethics – has lead her to develop challenging, visionary curricula with an interdisciplinary approach. Her dissertation research investigated how “Mature Professional Women Succeed in the New Business Model.” Her educational philosophy is rooted in the concept that learning is a life-long pursuit, and she continues applied research to develop methods of enhancing the learning experience and practical application of students’ knowledge.

Associate Dean - College of Psychology

Alvin McLean, Jr. , Ph.D.


Alvin McLean, Jr., Ph.D. is currently a professor of clinical psychology, Co-Director of Clinical Training, and Associate Dean in the College of Psychology at John F. Kennedy University. Dr. McLean received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology and psychophysiology at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI and he completed a three-year post doctoral fellowship in neuropsychology at the University of Washington, Seattle, WA in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine. Dr. McLean was also on faculty in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine for seven years where his areas of research included the neuropsychological and psychosocial sequelae of traumatic brain injury, neuro-pharmacology, and care management strategies to improve daily functioning after brain and spinal cord injuries. Dr. McLean has published over 30 articles, multiple book chapters and one book in these areas of research. He has also presented at numerous professional conferences and research symposia. In addition to his academic work, Dr. McLean has an extensive business background. He has developed residential, outpatient and home-based rehabilitation programs for persons with brain and spinal cord injuries in the corporate sector of healthcare. He was Senior Vice President for Paradigm Health Corporation for over 20 years. Dr. McLean is currently co-owner of a medical specialty home health agency that manages chronic medical conditions in patients’ homes.

Dr. McLean is active in his community. He is a member of the Board of Regents for Samuel Merritt University, Board of Directors of San Francisco Theological Seminary, and he is also on the boards of the Bay Area Albert Schweitzer Fellows and Man2Man Urban Youth Advocates, an organization that works primarily with African American young men between the ages of 10-30 from disenfranchised and underserved communities to provide mentoring, coaching and mental health support to help them achieve their optimal potential. Finally, Dr. McLean is a musician and choir director and has served as the Director of the Men’s Chorus at Allen Temple Baptist Church for 25 years.


  • PsyD Program
  • Cognitive and Intellectual Assessment
  • Personality Assessment
  • Fundamentals of Integrated Healthcare
  • Interprofessional Education and Practice
  • Exercise and Mental Health

Credentials and Accolades

Postdoctoral Fellowship Neuropsychology-University of Washington School of Medicine

Product Development Certification-Harvard University School of Business

Phi Beta Kappa-University of Kansas

Phi Kappa Lambda, Honorary Music Society-University of Kansas