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PRESIDENT, VICE PRESIDENT, DISTRICT DIRECTOR 4
Summary

Results oriented leader and executive with professional success built upon a solid foundation of innovative abilities, creative problem-solving skills, and establishing operational optimization and fiscal efficiency. Thought and people leader with the ability to connect and build authentic relationships that encourages inclusion and belonging. Verifiable success in managing complex and national initiatives, increasing organization visibility, exceeding financial goals in all economic climates, building relationships, managing partnerships and teams locally and nationally.

Skills
  • Recruitment and Hiring
  • Leadership Development
  • Employee Engagement
  • Training Development
  • Marketing Strategies
  • Strategic Planning
  • Key Relationship Development
  • Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Training
Education
Dowell Institute Theological Seminary | CityPh.D. in Christian Humanitarian
  • Awarded Honorary Doctorate Degree
Georgia State University | CityBachelor of Science in Business Administration
  • Concentration in Marketing
Experience
Company Name | City, StatePresident, Vice President, District Director 401/2009 - 03/2020
  • Advocated and directed 180 Boards of Education in Georgia, representing more than 1,000 school board officials that govern over 1.7 million public school students for the equity, equality and excellence in public education.
  • Led national conversations about equity in public education, advocated for public policies that students everywhere have access to excellent public education, created a better understanding and importance of school boards and local governance.
  • Cultivated and maintained positive working relationships with employees, executives and other stakeholders.
  • Administered day-to-day operations, including accounting and budget management, business development, performance metrics and evaluated the executive director, set annual salary and benefits.
Company Name | City, StateChair, Board Member01/2007 - 03/2020
  • Executive leader with 22 facilities, approximately 16,600 students, 2,900 employees including the evaluation of the Superintendent and the General Counsel.
  • Managed a balanced budget of $179 million, while maintaining and executing a debt free school system.
  • Adopted policies that gave the county direction to set priorities and achieve goals by gathering and analyzing cultural, education, social, and demographic data to guide in development.
  • Participated and presented in numerous education board member trainings and conventions, including cultural competency, diversity, and inclusion.
Company Name | City, StateDirector, Continuing Education, Economic Developme10/2012 - 01/2018
  • Planned and organized the daily operation of the department to include evening classes, continuing education, off campus activities, industrial projects and customized training for service area—DeKalb, Rockdale, Newton and Morgan Counties.
  • Created and executed work force development programs resulting in 85% placement hires of the participants and hired, trained, on-boarded and managed employees.
  • Built and developed collaborative partnerships with the public and private sectors that aligned with the college's activities and provided clients with recommendations for improvements to increase efficiency, developed optimization of training objective, and outlined problem areas for compliance.
  • Developed trainings, tools, and reports to assist in driving decision- making for businesses, managers, company leaders, and employees and developed partnerships with businesses, industries, agencies, schools, churches and organization to make community impact and economic development programs accessible.
Company Name | City, StateHuman Resources Coordinator, Trainer10/2000 - 06/2012
  • Provided strategy, sourcing and implementing diversity, equity and inclusion programs designed to support the overall positive and inclusive culture of the plant as well as coordinated, developed and directed activities for diversity, inclusive, and positive relationship team building activities for the plant.
  • Planned, managed and executed self-design of technician pay for skills certification program responsible for the evaluation and promotion of technicians resulting in a balanced and equitable recognition of the workforce.
  • Championed and facilitated workplace inclusiveness meetings which established the plant's value statement on diversity and inclusion and set, created, and executed plant-wide training goals and initiatives for a high performance work system of 400+ employees.
  • Chair of the Community Action Council and responsible for corporate and community grant distribution and scholarship program resulting in a best practice within General Mills and coordinated internal and external events to ensure positive employee relations and communications, i.e., safety, family integration, celebrations, meetings, etc.
  • Led and managed recruiting, hiring and onboarding process for new employees ensuring they understand the plant values and objectives of an inclusive and diverse environment.
Certifications
  • Georgia Piedmont Technical College | Covington, GA
    -Project Management Fundamentals Certificate Training
    -High Speed Project Management Certificate Training
    -Introduction to Microsoft Excel Certificate Training
  • Alabama Association of School Boards | Chicago, IL
    -Communication Styles for Leadership Training
  • Conservation Leadership Network | Shepherdstown, WV
    -Balancing Nature and Commerce in Rural Communities and Landscape Certification
  • National School Boards Association | Washington, D.C.
    -Collaborating for Student Success; Distributive Leadership for Student Outcomes & Teacher
    Retention, Particularly in High Poverty Schools
    -Equity, Mindfulness & Restorative Practices; Intersections and Opportunities
    -K12 and Workforce: Whose Business is it Anyway?
    -Social Emotional Learning and Equity
    -The Intersection of School Segregation and Housing Policy
    -White Fragility
    -Highly Effective Boards – Focusing on the Work that Matters
    -Rust, Revitalize or Revolt: The Future of America's Rural Schools
  • Georgia School Boards Association | Lawrenceville, GA
    -Achieving Educational Equity
    -Board Chair Training
    -Policy Training
    -School Board's Role in Student Safety and School Security

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School Attended

  • Dowell Institute Theological Seminary
  • Georgia State University

Job Titles Held:

  • President, Vice President, District Director 4
  • Chair, Board Member
  • Director, Continuing Education, Economic Developme
  • Human Resources Coordinator, Trainer

Degrees

  • Ph.D. in Christian Humanitarian
    Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

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