Colby B. Jubenville, PhD is an accomplished international speaker, author, educator and coach. Currently the Director of Middle Tennessee State University’s CBHS Center for Student Coaching and Success, he is a member of the Honors College faculty and holds an academic appointment as Special Assistant to the Dean for Student Success and Strategic Partnerships in the College of Behavioral and Health Sciences.
During his tenure in higher education, Dr. Jubenville has published over 40 peer-reviewed and professional trade articles. He is certified in EQ-i 2.0 and EQI-360 (MHS), Harrison Assessments, and Cylient’s Coaching In the Moment. He routinely conducts 360 reviews for corporate clients and mid/large scale companies throughout the United States. He is a Member of the Forbes Councils and his insights have been published in The Washington Times, The Nashville Business Journal, The Tennessean, The Nashville Post, Canvas Magazine, and AthleticBusiness.com.
As a prolific speaker, Dr. Jubenville is recognized for his ability to inspire, motivate, and challenge his audiences. In addition to speaking for businesses and trade associations, Colby has been an invited lecturer at Elon University, The University of South Florida, The Atlanta Falcons, The Nashville Predators, Florida State University, The University of Alabama, and Vanderbilt University.
Dr. Jubenville was selected by The Nashville Business Journal as a member of its 40 Under 40 class and selected by YP Nashville as its Impact Award Winner, which recognizes top leaders who have made a significant impact on the city’s YP demographic. Colby is also a Distinguished Alumni Award winner by Saint Paul’s School in Mobile, AL for exemplary work in his professional field, civic leadership, and for having “won the respect, confidence and affection of their community.” In 2020, he launched The Goat Consulting Podcast, a podcast dedicated to those who are striving to be a GOAT in all stages of life.
Dr. Jubenville completed his doctoral studies at the University of Southern Mississippi and competed as a NCAA D-III student-athlete at Millsaps College. He calls Mobile, Alabama home and resides in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.