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Integrity Development Portfolio 2018

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Consultants / Facilitators Mr. Manuel “Manny G~” Gomez Jr., MSA, CPC, MBC Mr. Manuel Gomez Jr. is a native New Yorker born in Manhattan and raised in Brooklyn. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business and Management from the University of Maryland, Master of Science in Administration from Central Michigan University, Master’s Certificate in Leadership from the University of Dayton, and is a graduate of the Army Management Staff College. Manny Gomez is a subject matter expert supervision, management, and leadership as well as an experienced and inspirational educator and trainer. He has trained and consulted thousands of public sector, non-profit, and private industry professionals. Manny has been leading, developing, training, coaching, and mentoring for over three decades. He has dedicated his time and efforts to presenting ideas that make a difference in the personal and professional lives of all people. As a motivational speaker and workshop facilitator, he has presented throughout North America, Asia, Europe, and Latin America. Omotayo Banjo Adesagba, Ph.D. Omotayo Banjo Adesagba, Ph.D. (Penn State University, 2009) is an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication at the University of Cincinnati. Her research focuses on representation and audience responses to racial and cultural media. Her work has been published in peer-reviewed journals including Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, Communication Theory, Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, Journal of Media and Religion, and Race and Social Problems. Her work has been cited in the International Business Times, Science Newsline, a Media Education Foundation documentary, and Fox affiliate Fox 19. In addition, she has written opinion editorials published on ABC affiliate, WCPO. She has also presented her research at regional, national and international conferences, which include the International Communication Association, National Communication Association, Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication, and the Collegium for African- American Research. Dr. Banjo teaches courses related to media theory, identity, and race. She is also an affiliate faculty of Africana Studies, Journalism, and Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies. Gary Agee has worked as a management consultant for three years. He is an accomplished and engaging public speaker making use of his extensive aca-demic training in his workshops. Gary has served an adjunct faculty member at Xavier University in Cincinnati and at Anderson University in Indiana. He has authored three books, his latest, "A Cry for Justice," scheduled to be released by the University of Arkansas Press in the fall of 2011, is a ground breaking study on the life of Daniel A. Rudd, a civil rights leader who worked for racial equality in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Sheri Betts Prior to working independently as a coach, trainer and facilitator, Sheri worked in leadership roles with Fortune 100 corporations & nonprofits, with functional expertise in Accounting, Sales and Marketing at Xerox, Pepsi, Drake Beam and Morin, Avon, INROADS and Arthur Andersen. As a training professional, she has assisted organizations with creating more capable employees and leaders in the areas of leadership development, emotional intelligence, communication skills, and productivity. With a focus on interactive learning sessions, Sheri delivers and designs competency-based training to meet course objectives, with individuals at all levels. As a coach, Sheri is committed to coaching individuals to become transformed through the process and show greater courage, confidence, and connectedness in their professional and personal lives. The outcomes of coaching are to assist them in producing accelerated and sustainable results. Sheri is also a retired CPA and uses her accounting experience to provide structure and analytics to her coaching process as well as “think fast on your feet” skills to ask questions that get at the root cause of issues. Sheri's worked with a diverse range of clients including: Time Warner Books, The Vanguard Group, Catholic Health East Hospital, National Institutes of Health (NIH), NOAA, Girl Scouts of the USA, National Weather Service, Census Bureau, City of Alexandria, DC Central Kitchen, BMRA, The Humanities Council of DC, and Los Angeles County Fire Department. Sheri was also professor in Johns Hopkins University's MBA Fellows program, a one-of-a -kind MBA program, coaching teams in a cohort and project based curriculum. She received her undergraduate degree in Accounting from Washington University in St. Louis and MBA from UCLA in Marketing and Organizational Behavior. She is qualified to administer 360 instruments, MBTI, Leadership Architect, and Emotional Intelligence instruments. Additional training includes Emotional Intelligence certification, Flawless Consulting Skills (developed by Peter Block) and 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. 14

Consultants / Facilitators Morris Mann Morris is a Human Resources Development Consultant with thirty years of diversified experience in the field of Training and Human Resources Management. In addition to his background as a senior executive in private industry, he has consulted on major organizational development projects and plays a key role in helping corporations utilize their human resources to become more effective in the new global economy. Team alignment, change management, diversity and personal development are themes in Morris’s work. Helping people from a wide range of positions and backgrounds live and work effectively in organizations is a key interest and focus for him. Morris served in the United States Air Force and received a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Nebraska. He has also done graduate work at the University of Oklahoma and the Hartford Graduate Center. Morris is active in community service and serves on a number of civic advisory boards. Lori M. Lee, MBA, M.Ed. Lori Lee is a skilled practitioner with extensive cross-industry experience in Human Resource Management. She is accomplished in the areas of organizational development, corporate compliance, change management and process improvement. Ms. Lee is a member of the National Scholars Honor Society and SHRM. She has an MBA with a Human Resource Management specialization from the University of Phoenix and a M.Ed. in Human Resource Development from the University of Illinois. John Munson, Jr. John Munson, Jr. has developed a long-term relationship with Integrity’s CEO, based on their work on Supplier Diversity at Toyota. John often serves as a strategic consultant with Integrity on matters related to Supplier Diversity. John is the Vice President, Supplier Diversity – Purchasing at Macy's Inc. In his role, he is responsible for leading the strategy and vision to ensure that Macy’s Inc. Supplier Diversity program increases, develops and leverages a diverse supply base, sustains an environment of inclusion where all suppliers can participate, and generates positive business results. Although at the company for just two years, he has implemented a few major key company initiatives. One being the launch of Macy’s Supplier Diversity Advisory Council (SDAC) comprised of key external leaders with the purpose of getting input, feedback, and guidance on best practices and key trends driving changes in the future of supplier diversity. In addition, he led the charge in getting the company recognized by the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce with their prestigious Million Dollar Club Award in 2014 & 2015, and named as one of WBENC’s Top Corporations in 2015 & 2016. Prior to Toyota, Munson held a variety of human resource related positions with General Electric and Hewlett Packard. Munson serves in a host of supplier diversity organizational leadership roles including: Board Member of the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC), Senior Executive Council Advisory Board Member of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC), Board Member of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC); Board Member of the Ohio Minority Supplier Development Council (OMSDC), Former Chairman of the Southern Region Minority Supplier Development Council (SRMSDC); Former Chairman of the Ohio River Valley Women’s Business Council (ORVWBC); Vice Chairman of the Greater Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky African American Chamber of Commerce De Asa Nichols, MBA De Asa has a long-term relationship with IDC as a Supplier Diversity resource consultant. She has nearly 30 years of corporate and non-profit executive experience within healthcare, government, financial services and the automotive industry. De Asa currently serves as Manager of Supplier Diversity for Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. In this leadership role, De Asa is responsible for leading Cincinnati Children’s multi-million dollar supplier diversity strategy with minority and women-owned businesses. De Asa is the former President of the African American Chamber of Commerce where she served from 2001 – 2005 contributing to the achievement of over $1 billion dollars in city-wide economic inclusion results. De Asa is the recipient of many honors including receiving an invitation to the White House by The President of the United States and being named a Minority Business Advocate by the South Central Ohio Minority Business Council. Her work has been featured in Black Enterprise, Diversity Inc. and Essence Magazines. 15

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Human Resource Management and Development 2012 - Kogan Page
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Portfolio 2018
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2007 HRD consulting brochure.indd - Human Resource Development
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