About Dr. Driver
Dr. Carolyn A. Driver distinguished her professional career in the fields of Business, Education and Ministry for over two decades, bringing to her current position a wealth of knowledge, corporate positioning and expertise. Carolyn Driver is Founder and President of Christ Discipleship Ministries, Inc. (CDM), a 501 (c)(3), non-profit corporation. She is also President and Founder of The Driver Institute of Leadership and Education, an educational support for corporations and organizations. Dr. Driver has facilitated training on a domestic and international basis in the areas of transitional housing, supportive services, education, economic and community development, and health care services. In 2004, she acquired a one million dollar asset base to facilitate a resource and training center in Fairburn, Georgia. She has served as a professor in the Business and Leadership Department at Beulah Heights University in Atlanta, Georgia, for 24 years and helped develop many of the courses for the Leadership Department. She has also been an adjunct professor for Southwestern Christian University in Oklahoma and Missions Exposure Training (MET) in Pretoria, South Africa.
Dr. Driver is a Certified Growth Coach and Leadership Life Coach as well as a certified LifeForming Coach Trainer with LifeForming Leadership Coaching in Virginia under the auspices of Dr. Joseph Umidi of Regent University.
Dr. Driver develops customized curriculum for profit and nonprofit organizations/corporations to meet their specific training needs. She has been privileged to train leaders in Brazil, Zimbabwe, Kenya, South Africa, Philippines, Hong Kong, Macao, Mexico and Iceland. She has appeared on local and national TV and radio. She has also published a weekly column in the West Alabama Gazette and Northport Gazette newspapers. She is currently consulting with organizations to help develop their various leadership training programs.
Carolyn Driver’s talents and skills have been tapped by government, corporations, communities of faith, and institutions of higher learning.