North Charleston, SC – Kenya Dunn, a motivational speaker, mentor and CEO of The Power Filled Woman, was recently elected to the Tri-County Cradle to Career Collaborative Board of Directors for a three-year term.
Dunn has held executive leadership positions in customer service and retail organizations, including T-Mobile, where she built high performing teams. She has helped countless people grow their own careers and launch their own businesses. Dunn has spent the last several years mentoring and coaching minorities and women to lead at higher levels. She firmly believes that it is her responsibility as one of a few minority women executives to chart the course for others.
“I am honored to welcome Kenya Dunn to the TCCC board. With Kenya’s corporate executive experience combined with her motivational and mentoring experience, she will be an excellent asset to our board,” said Anita Zucker, CEO of The InterTech Group and chair of the TCCC Board of Directors. “I’m confident that her experience, leadership and perspective will enrich the Board in the years to come.”
Dunn grew up in Augusta, Georgia to a single mother. She graduated from the University of Phoenix with a bachelor’s degree in management. Her professional career has taken her from Augusta, Georgia, to Charleston, Atlanta and Chicago. She currently lives in Charleston with her husband and their two children.
About Tri-County Cradle to Career Collaborative:
Tri-County Cradle to Career Collaborative (TCCC) is a community-wide movement in Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester counties, South Carolina, focused on improving the quality of life of its citizens and its workforce through changing educational outcomes. By building a shared community vision, utilizing evidence based decision making, promoting collaborative action, and initiating or redirecting resources toward data-based practices on an ongoing basis, TCCC serves as a catalyst for widespread, systemic change, with the ultimate goal of increased success and economic prosperity for all.