Meet Carol

       Live as though you were to die tomorrow. Learn as though you were to live forever.
– Mahatma Gandhi

        An inspirational speaker, teacher, writer, spiritual growth and personal development/faith group leader, leadership development trainer, Carol’s gift of teaching is inherent in the spectrum of her work, reflecting a contemporary, life affirming, spiritually logical, practical and positive outlook on life. Peeling back the layers of presuppositions and rote ideas, making difficult concepts simple, she engages the attention of her audience, inviting them into a safe space, a spiritual atmosphere of oneness, freedom to think and embrace new possibilities, a place to find:

Knowledge of Your Power … Courage to Dare … Faith to Do

        With a love for lifelong learning, a commitment to excellence, and her characteristic “outside the box” approach to thinking, Carol brings fresh air and challenging perspectives to every experience.  Her personal passion is to inspire and lift people to a higher expression of life, share thoughts that will guide them to their purpose, knowing that when people fully awaken to who they are and why they are on the planet, they’ll begin to naturally share their gifts, creating a better life for themselves and the world around them.

      The self-described corporate survivor combines a 12-year tenure in corporate America, extensive training in adult learning, management and organization development with 30+ years in church leadership, biblical studies, seminary education, and life experience. Having pastored churches across denominations and racial diversity has given her a respect for different styles of worship and a broad and inclusive theological perspective.

        Carol is a graduate of Cheyney University, Cheyney PA, Lutheran Theological Seminary @ Philadelphia, PA, and Eastern University’s Tony Campolo School for Social Change, PA (Paralegal Studies). 

aka ZseZse, she’s:

        Married 38 years, mother of two phenominal sons, one wildly amazing daughter, and four completely awesome grandchildren, she loves Zumba, Line Dancing (even though she can’t keep in step), Sushi and Great Danes.


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