Dr. Frank Marangos is CEO and Founder of OINOS Educational Consulting. He received a Doctors Degree in Adult Education (Ed.D.) from NOVA Southeastern University (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) and a Doctorate in Ministry and Childhood Education (D.Min.) from Southern Methodist University (Dallas, TX).
In addition to being a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), Marangos is a Certified Practitioner and Interpreter of Myers-Briggs Type Instruments (MBTI), the Murphy-Meisgeier Type Indicator for Children (MMTIC), KLIEN, and FIRO-B Business™ Assessments. These and other tools provide vital psychometric information for teacher training, teambuilding, organizational development, and personalized academic coaching for youth and adult learners.
Dr. Marangos has taught at several American colleges and universities. He is a nationally Certified Distance Learning Leader with extensive expertise in developing and conducting on-line distance learning courses. He has offered numerous courses as an adjunct assistant professor at Saint John’s University (Queens, NY).
Apart from creating the CANA Curriculum Design Model, Marangos has co-authored several interactive educational CD-ROM resources for families and teachers.
He is a Managing Director for The Pelican Group – a highly specialized financial services and development counseling firm that provides financial and strategic consulting, capital resource and investment management advisory services, development and fundraising counsel, and stewardship education to dioceses, Catholic schools and universities, religious orders, and other organizations related to and part of the Catholic Church.
Periodically, Marangos offers his expertise as a Senior Business Coach and Consultant for AWAKE Consulting Group. by providing training and support to entrepreneurial leaders on a variety of business and marketing strategies. He has conducted Focus-Group Research, Organizational Scans (SWOT) and Communication Audits.
Prior to launching OINOS Educational Services, Marangos served as the National Director of Religious Education and Executive Director of Communications for the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America. He was also Dean of the Archdiocesan Cathedral of the Holy Trinity in New York City.