Maxine F. Fuller is the President and Founder of McKinley Group, Inc., a professional services firm based in Springfield, Virginia. Since 1989, Maxine has been leading the growth of the company, which specializes in organizational change and development, instructional design and training, and community development. Prior to starting McKinley Group, Maxine held management positions with the National Alliance Business, Goodwill Industries of America, and the National Restaurant Association. 

Maxine is an experienced professional with an extensive background in project management, instructional design, and training. She has published training manuals and developed and delivered training programs for leaders of Government agencies, corporations, trade associations, and non-profit organizations throughout the United States, Eastern Europe, and Canada. Clients include: Texaco, Inc., Fairfax County Public Schools, Bureau of National Affairs Communications, General Dynamics Land Systems, National Education Association Health Information Network, Macro International, Freddie Mac, National Corporation for Community Service, Johns Hopkins University, National Minority AIDS Council, U.S. Department of Education, Supreme Court of Virginia, Defense Intelligence Agency, Naval Surface Warfare Center. 

Maxine is a graduate of The American University in Washington, D.C., with an M.S. in Personnel and Human Resource Management. She also has a certificate in Qualitative Market Research from RIVA in Bethesda, Maryland. 

Professional Affiliations

  • Member, Society for Human Resources Management
  • Member, Alexandria Chamber of Commerce
  • Board Member, Fairfax County Community Services Board
  • Member, Membership and Allocations Committee, United Way of the National Capitol Area
  • Member, American Society of Training and Development (Washington, DC Chapter)
  • Board Member, Business Advisory Council, Marriott Corporation's Bridges Program
  • Member, Chesapeake Bay Organizational Development Network
  • Member, Greater Washington Society of Association Executives
  • Volunteer, United Way, United Black Fund Management Service


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  • Carpenter, M.F., "Managing Cultural Diversity in the Workplace," Non-Profit Management Strategies Newsletter, The Taft Group, Rockville, Maryland, September, 1993

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