Carolyn Love, PhD is the founder of Kebaya Coaching & Consulting. The Company focuses on enhancing the leadership talent in organizations, creating equitable and inclusive workplaces, and facilitating meaningful and sustainable change. Carolyn served as the executive director and CEO of three nonprofit organizations in the Denver area. She is an Affiliate Faculty member at Regis University. In the Master of Nonprofit Management program, she teaches Governance and Organizational Leadership and Leading from Within. As a consultant, trainer, and leadership coach, she facilitates workshops and training on leadership, equity, diversity, inclusion and creating a culture of belonging.
Internationally, she presented workshops on non-governmental leadership and change at La Universidad Anãhuac in Mexico City, Mexico and the University of Stellenbosch Business School in Bellville, South Africa. Additionally, Carolyn spent time in Cuba studying the country's health care system.
Carolyn is a graduate of the Coach Training Institute (CTI) and serves as a leadership coach for the Community Resource Center and Colorado Health Foundation. As a public speaker, Carolyn focuses on discussing the question, "what does it really take to create and sustain an inclusive multicultural, multi-racial democracy?"
In 2021, Carolyn launched a nonprofit organization focused on bringing the voices of Black women working in the areas of racial and gender justice into the public domain. The nonprofit, Black Women Solutionaries, hosts webinars to educate, share knowledge and uplift the work of Black women who are solutions-oriented.
Carolyn earned her Ph.D. in Leadership & Change from Antioch University.