Samuel Byndom, Ph.D

Samuel Byndom, Ph.D

Managing Director

Diversity and inclusion, which are the real grounds for creativity, must remain at the center of what we do.” – Marco Bizzarri

Samuel Byndom, Ph.D. (he/him) is the Managing Director for Agentix Counseling, Coaching, and Consulting. Dr. Byndom has over a decade of experience developing communication strategies and strategic plans, coaching executives and managers, and implementing content and equity-driven solutions.

After serving in the Army, he leveraged the acquired leadership skills gained in the military into a successful career as an education administrator (specializing in change management, organizational culture, and knowledge management) in P-20 systems. Since then, Dr. Byndom has transitioned to offer his extensive expertise and experience to small companies, charter school start-ups, independent school districts, and individual executive clients. He has a Bachelor of Arts in History from Millikin University, a Masters of Arts in Teaching from Southern Illinois University, a Masters of Arts in Transnational History from the University of Missouri, and a Ph.D. in Education Policy, Organization, and Leadership from the University of Illinois.

Dr. Byndom is deeply committed to anti-racism, diversity, equity, and inclusion to radically transform opportunities and outcomes for BIPOCs within our communities. He specializes in organizational equity, strategic planning, and institutional capacity building. He serves on numerous boards and committees to address social inequities. Currently, he serves as Vice President of Development for 100 Black Men in San Antonio, TX, is an active member of the NAACP, and serves with My Brother’s Keeper. He has published reviews in leading peer-reviewed journals and has been a reviewer for the Higher Education Studies journal since 2013. Additionally, Dr. Byndom is a curator and editor of the Reparative Justice, Racial Restoration, and Education – K-12 and Higher Education series for Rutgers University’s “Samuel D. Proctor Institute for Leadership, Equity, and Justice.” He also received recognition as one of Business Magazine’s 40 under 40.

As an organizational change leader, Dr. Byndom aims to develop each organization’s and individual’s agentic potential to achieve business success, attract clients, implement organizational change, and improve employee satisfaction.

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