Holly Carter (Advisor)
Dr. Holly Maze Carter brings a wealth of expertise and over four decades of professional experience in the areas of diversity and inclusion, organizational, educational and leadership development. She is Assoc. Professor Emerita at Northeastern University and Adjunct faculty at Woods College for Administration and Leadership at Boston College. She was founder and president of two international and leadership development organizations. She has consulted for academic and cultural institutions, not for profit and private corporations and government agencies. Select clients include The Peace Corps, Oxfam, Intel Corporation, Cisco Corporation, State Street Bank Foundation, The United Way of Eastern MA, MIT, US Department of State Foreign Service Training Institute, The Boston Symphony Orchestra, The Western Cape Education Department and The Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls in South Africa. Most recently, Dr. Carter has provided four years of training and facilitation for the First Unitarian Universalist Society Racial Justice Ministry Committee in Newton, MA, facilitator training for Church of the Redeemer Beloved Community Committee, The Racial Healing, Justice and Reconciliation Ministry Network for the Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut, and co-design and conduct of Adult Education sessions on cultural difference, building beloved community and Sacred Ground at St. John the Evangelist in Hingham, MA. For the Church of the Redeemer and St. John the Evangelist, she also designed a specific facilitator training and training of the trainer manual.
Dr. Carter received her B.A. from Boston University, M.S. in passing and Ph.D. in Political Science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.