3 Key Reasons To Book Carole Copeland Thomas:
Speaking - Training - Consulting Services--Global Diversity, Multiculturalism, Empowerment and Leadership Issues
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With nearly 30 years in the industry, here are three reasons why my speaking, training and consulting services will empower your team while delivering the right message to your organization:
1. Proven Track Record:
In nearly 30 years of business, I have been on the cutting edge of developing and empowering people. My business activities have taken me all over the country, and I have spoken in nearly every state in the US. But it doesn’t stop there… I have spoken in seven other countries, including England, India, South Africa and Australia. From small family-owned businesses to influential nonprofit organizations to large multinational corporations, I have the experience and track record to get the job done on time and under budget.
2. Strength in Working with Diverse Groups
I enjoy working with a wide variety of people from all types of ethnic backgrounds. I have grown to understand the needs of people who want to excel in an organization like yours, but just need the skill sets to achieve greater successes both on and off the job. My presentations, training modules and consulting initiatives help individuals, groups and departments to grow, improve and communicate more effectively throughout the lifespan of their careers.
3. Partnering With You For Leadership Success
My number one goal is to partner with you so that your leadership role will be reaffirmed and comfortably tied to the success of my services.
Global diversity, multiculturalism, empowerment and leadership issues are the core topics of my business. Exploring the many ways my services can support your organization will be my first order of business in working with you.
Please don’t hesitate to call me at 508 947-5755 with any questions that you might have. I’ll reach out to you in the coming days to further discuss how I can support your organization.
I want to work with you. I want you to succeed. I want the people of your organization to succeed. I want to help!
Thank you for your consideration.
Since 1987 Carole is the contemporary speaker, trainer, consultant and facilitator who includes history, data and storytelling with each and every assignment.
Biographical Profile Of
Carole Copeland Thomas, MBA, CDMP, CITM
As a speaker, trainer, global thought leader, and business owner since 1987, Carole Copeland Thomas moderates the discussions of key issues affecting our global marketplace. She has her pulse on the issues affecting working professionals and consults with industry leaders on a regular basis. From speaking at the Federal Highway Administration, SHRM, State Street Corporation, Verizon, Cargill, and Monster Worldwide to interviewing experts around the globe, Carole knows how to analyze the dynamics of a changing marketplace.
Outreach To Worldwide Issues
Carole served as an adjunct faculty member for Bentley University for a decade, and has spoken throughout the United States, London, England, Canada, India, El Salvador, Australia, South Africa, and Kenya. She co-founded a non-profit international organization with nine other women as a result of a 2005 trip to Kenya. The group returned to Kenya in November 2007 for humanitarian projects and to host their first International Conference in Mombasa, Kenya. Her current humanitarian activities are focused on Southern, India, aiding women and children in the region.
Multicultural Symposium Series
Carole is the founder of the Multicultural Symposium Series, a multiyear events initiative and online campaign developed for the advancement of multicultural issues. Carole is an active blogger and social media enthusiast using various technology platforms to enhance her business development activities.
Radio Talk Show Host & Executive Coach
Carole is the host of “Focus On Empowerment” a weekly issues-oriented radio talk show. With more than 17 years experience, the program a few years ago migrated to Internet radio on Blog Talk Radio. www.blogtalkradio.com/globalcarole
For three years Carole's Personal Empowerment Tips were heard daily on Boston’s WILD 1090 AM Radio. Her one-hour call in radio talk show, "Focus On Empowerment" was heard every Friday morning on the station. Carole's syndicated radio tips were broadcast in 10 US cities, and were sponsored by Marshalls the nationwide off-price retail store. Her radio talk show continued on WBNW-1120-AM-Boston through 2009 and transitioned to Blog Talk Radio in 2010. Carole also served as the Executive Coach for the Essence Magazine Leadership Summit.
Active In Community and Civic Affairs
Carole is the past Tri-State Social Action Coordinator for Delta Sigma Theta Sorority and the current Chair of the Multicultural Committee for the Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau. A lifetime member of the National Black MBA Association, Carole served as Past President of the Boston Chapter and Past National Vice Chair of the organization. Carole is also the past Diversity and Inclusion Forum Chair for the Northeast Human Resources Association (NEHRA). She is a 20 year member of the National Speakers Association (NSA) and the past president of NSA New England.
Education and Continued Learning
Carole graduated with honors in 1975 from Emory University. She entered graduate school in 1983 (on a Martin Luther King, Jr. academic fellowship), and received her MBA degree from Northeastern University in Boston.
She received her Certified Diversity Meeting Professional Designation, CDMP, from the International Association of Hispanic Meeting Professionals in 2011. Her most recent designation was awarded in 2015: Certified International Tour Manager, CITM, from the International Guide Academy. She tied as the top student of her graduating class.
Mother & Grandmother
Carole is the mother of three children: Dr. Lorna Thomas Farquharson (husband Jerome), Michelle Thomas Monteiro (husband Alberto), and the late Mickarl D. Thomas, Jr. She does her best to spoil her granddaughters Julianna Gwendolyn Farquharson and Gabrielle Jaeda Farquharson.