Margaret began her career at the Center for Creative Leadership® (CCL) in the Leadership Beyond Boundaries program in 2012. She actively focuses on designing and delivering cost effective and customized leadership development solutions to CCL clients. Margaret’s key interests include: women in leadership, first time managers and conflict transformation.
Before joining Global Markets as a program facilitator in 2017, she was the Program Manager for the Golden LEAF Scholars Leadership Program. This four year scholar program includes over 300 mostly first generation college students from North Carolina counties designated as rural and tobacco-dependent or economically distressed. The program is designed to provide leadership skills and support to strengthen scholars’ future employment success. Margaret designed and developed an eight month long scholar mentorship pilot program to provide on-going coaching and scholar support. She also finalized the Internship Supervisor Workbook as part of on-boarding process for over 250 new/returning summer internship supervisors. Margaret also designed program curriculum and facilitated Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® sessions for many early leadership development programs.
Margaret serves as a program facilitator with Global Markets at the Greensboro, North Carolina campus. In this role she provides partnership and support to faculty and portfolio managers for design, development, delivery and modifications of open enrollment and custom program content.
Margaret holds a MA in Peace and Conflict Studies with concentrations in Professional Conflict Practice and Education; and a BA in Communication Studies, both from the University of North Carolina, Greensboro. She is certified in Myers Briggs Type Indicator® and 4-MAT Advanced Instruction Design.