Carol A. Brantley

Carol has worked with The Kaleel Jamison Consulting Group, Inc.(KJCG), since 1987. As a Consultant, she partners with organizations to develop strategies that enable all people to make their fullest contribution and do their best work. Within that context, her passion for countering the effects of oppression has led her to focus on long-term organizational change, strategic visioning, and the self-empowerment of women and people of color.

To this work, Carol brings a wealth of experience in culture change, leadership development and coaching, strategic planning, diversity and inclusion interventions, and assessment and measurement. As an executive coach, she helps leaders discover their motivation to make a difference and to challenge policies and practices that detract from people’s productivity, creativity, and motivation.

Over the years, Carol has brought her expertise to global organizations in such sectors as health care, financial services, transportation, energy, and consumer products. She was associate executive director of the NTL Institute for Applied Behavioral Sciences, also serving as practicum advisor for the American University/NTL master’s degree program in organization development. As president of the board of The Lighthouse, an agency that helps people overcome the challenge of homelessness she has partnered with the executive director in efforts to dramatically expand services, double annual revenue, and ensure that the agency’s consumers find permanent solutions for housing and employment.

Carol holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Hillsdale College with extensive coursework and training in organization development.