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Few people discover the career that they are passionate about, a career where their professional and personal life blend and complement each other. Carrie Spell-Hansson is an individual fortunate enough to have found hers, and is doing her life’s work. Carrie’s goal is to work with individuals, groups and organizations to promote and enhance personal and organizational effectiveness through research, coaching, and training. She is committed to providing organizations with the tools they need to survive and grow in the increasingly diverse and competitive domestic and global marketplace.
Carrie received her undergraduate degree in Business Administration from the University of South Florida and her masters in Human Resource Management from the University of Scranton. Her passion in the areas of organizational behavior, cross-cultural/cross-gender communication and conflict, and leadership inspired her to pursue a doctoral degree in Human and Organizational Development from Fielding Graduate University. Carrie has worked in higher education, non-profit organizations and corporations in such areas as employee development, social equity, organizational development and culture change.
She has held positions as Vice President of Finance and Administration, Dean of Intercultural Development at Lafayette College and Vice President of Organizational Development and Culture Change at Planned Parenthood Federation of America.
As a organizational development consultant and facilitator, Carrie has worked with many successful organizations within the U.S., Europe, the Caribbean and Canada including, Sanofi Pasteur, TimeLife, PepsiCo, USG, Prudential, CitiGroup, Morgan Stanley and the American Counseling Association. She has presented her research on leveraging the organizations human resources, effective multicultural teams in organizations, cross cultural communication, and intercultural conflict, at numerous conferences within the US and Europe.
Carrie serves as a faculty member for the American Management Association where she teaches numerous courses in their Professional and Management Portfolios. She also teaches Organizational Behavior and Effective Multicultural Teams to graduate students.