Carole Copeland Thomas
W2-D Leadership Insights from Women of Color
About Carole Copeland Thomas
Carole Copeland Thomas moderates the discussions of key issues affecting our global marketplace as a global thought leader, speaker, facilitator and radio talk show host. 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, Hewlett Packard, Verizon, Cargill, and Monster.com to interviewing experts around the globe, Carole knows how to analyze the dynamics of a changing marketplace.
She has been a regular speaker at the Multicultural Forum for a decade.
Carole served as an adjunct faculty member for Bentley College for a decade, and has spoken throughout the United States, London, England, Canada, 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. Carole recently served as the onsite meeting planner and workshop presenter at the Sudanese Women's Peace Leadership Forum.
Carole has spent the past two years integrating her multicultural message with a social media focus. She is a blogger, and regularly posts on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube.
Carole is the President and Founder of the Multicultural Symposium Series, a multiyear conference and online initiative developed for the advancement of multicultural issues.