In the ‘60s, she integrated her Catholic school system in Alabama. In the ‘70s, she was selected as one of America’s brightest future leaders. In the ‘80s, she became the first in a family of ten children to graduate from college. In the ‘90s, she broke the glass ceiling in the consumer goods industry by becoming the first African American woman to rise to the level of VP. In the 2000s, she founded The Center for Workforce Excellence. A highly respected and vital organizational cultural change, training, consulting and coaching company. In the 2010s, she is one of America’s most respected and listened-to workforce performance and leadership strategists, speakers, consultants and coaches.