The Catherine T. MacArthur School of Leadership
Organizational Management (UG)
Full Name: Craig Domeck
Dean MacArthur School of Leadership, Assistant Pro
Associate Professor of Leadership
Dean of the MacArthur School of Leadership
B.A., Northwestern University; M.B.A., Rollins College; Ed.D., University of Central Florida.
Dr. Craig Domeck is dean of the MacArthur School of Leadership and assistant professor of leadership at Palm Beach Atlantic University; prior to his appointment to the MacArthur School of Leadership, he served as dean of PBA’s Central Florida Campuses in Orlando. He is the founder and principal of 3-D Leadership, a consulting enterprise focusing on leadership development, strategic planning and coaching. For four years, Dr. Domeck served as the director of full-time MBA programs and admissions for the Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida. Prior to employment at Rollins, he spent 25 years with Cru (formerly known as Campus Crusade for Christ), an international Christian organization headquartered in Orlando, Florida. Among the roles he held within the campus division were national director for operations, area director for Ohio and Michigan, training center director and campus director at Ohio State and Cornell Universities. Dr. Domeck’s personal interest and teaching focus is leadership development, centering primarily on self-leadership, emotional intelligence and character. He has taught his 3-D Leadership “Self-Leadership” seminar for the Rollins Executive Education and MBA programs, as well as for organizations such as CNL Financial, Cru, and New Tribes Missions in Orlando, Florida. Raised in Cleveland, Ohio, Dr. Domeck holds a B.A. in computer studies from Northwestern University and an MBA with a concentration in management from Rollins College. He completed his Ed.D. in educational leadership at the University of Central Florida, focusing on “Developing Resilience in Leaders.” Dr. Domeck says that his greatest “claim to fame” is being married to his wife, Jenni, for over 460 months; they have four terrific children. He was involved in the leadership team at Vista Community Church for over 10 years serving on the leadership team at City Beautiful Church, a multi-generational church in Orlando.