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Ronnie Rice, Ph.D.

Ronnie Rice, Ph.D.
Firm Administrator
Email: rrice@asilpc.com
Phone: 205-983-8147

Administrative Assistant:
Maeghan Gagliano
Email: mgagliano@asilpc.com
Phone: 205-983-8500

Secretary:
Lezlie Warren
Email: lwarren@asilpc.com
Phone: 205-983-8501

Education:
Miles School Of Law, Birmingham, AL
Juris Doctorate

Regent University, Virginia Beach, VA
Doctorate of Philosophy in Organizational Leadership
Major: Human Resource Development
Dissertation: Moderating effect of tenure on self-leadership strategies and general self-efficacy relationships.

Regent University, Virginia Beach, VA
Master’s of Art in Organizational Leadership

Morehouse College, Atlanta, GA
Bachelor’s of Arts in Psychology

Dr. Rice states “Growing up in Prichard, Alabama I realized I could do something to change my situation. I saw folks around me discouraged by the ebb and flow of their lives. I decided I did not want to look back on my life and regret missing out on opportunities. I knew I would be the master of my destiny. Although at many times my financial adversities as I started off at Morehouse threatened to stop me from pursuing my dreams, I kept my focus on my goals. I knew I wanted to change the world, and that thought in itself kept me going. Looking at the poverty around me as a kid having the utilities turned off and not having the luxuries of my counterparts I realized I had two options. I had to either make my situation worse by doing nothing or make it better by searching out and utilizing the resources that were at my disposal. I chose the latter.”

Dr. Rice received his Bachelor’s from Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia; Master’s and Doctorate of Philosophy from Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Also, Dr. Rice is graduating from Miles School of Law in May 2016.

Dr. Rice’s passion for helping others includes volunteering with the Boys and Girls Club of South Alabama on various initiatives, student liaison to the Alabama Lawyers Association, and the President of the National Black Law Student Association at Miles School of Law. Also, Dr. Rice conducts independent research with various organizations in the areas of general self-efficacy, learning autonomy, human resource development, conflict resolution management, and self-leadership strategies. Dr. Rice likes running, speaking to youth, helping others, reading, and hanging with his 3 year old daughter, Chloe.

One of Dr. Rice’s favorite quotes is by Aristole: “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then is not an act but a habit.” Dr. Rice’s favorite books include Think and Grow Rich by Napolean Hill; A Message to Garcia by Elbert Hubbard; and Self-Efficacy: The Exercise of Control by Albert Bandura.