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Peter Drucker's Self-Assessment Tool Facilitators 

Cathey Brown

Cathey Brown, M.Ed. and former school teacher and counselor, is the Founder and CEO of Rainbow Days, Inc. And as such, she has always had a passion for helping children strive to reach their potential. She started Rainbow Days, Inc. in 1982 with the hope of teaching young children of alcoholics valuable life skills. "I consider the work I do with Rainbow Days to be my calling and one of the main reasons God put me on earth. I feel very blessed to do something that I enjoy, that utilizes my strengths and helps make a difference in the lives of children by giving them the tools and hope they need to overcome the circumstances they may be faced with today," says Cathey. 

Cathey is the developer of the Curriculum-Based Support Group (CBSG®) Program, a multi-cultural preventive intervention for selective and indicated populations of children and youth, developmental ages 4-15. She has served as the founding chair of The Association of Substance Abuse Programs, the North Texas Network, and the Texas Association for Children of Alcoholics and continues to serve on numerous local and statewide boards and committees. She is the Founding Chair of the Drucker Society of Dallas, is a certified Facilitator and Trainer of Peter F. Drucker's The Five Most Important Questions Self Assessment Tool, is a certified Results-Based Conversations™ Facilitator and Trainer, was awarded the Caring Award by the Caring Institute in 2010, was a Stanford University ?2001-2002 Center for Social Innovation Fellow, a Peter F. Drucker Foundation's 2001-2002 Frances Hesselbein Community Innovation Fellow, and received the 2000 Visionary Award from the Betty Ford Center. 

In 2004, Ms. Brown was one of 60 individuals featured in Finishing Well, by Bob Buford, in 2006, her story was included in Passionaries, by Barbara Metzler, and in 2008 she was 1 of 19 women featured in a book by Dina Moor, Unstoppable Woman. In 1996, she co-authored Kids Power Too! Words to Grow By. In addition to conducting workshops and trainings on substance abuse prevention she often speaks on non-profit leadership and organizational capacity building.   

Carla Grantham

Carla Grantham is a veteran, results-driven, credentialed trainer of leadership development, communications enhancement and advancement of organizational diversity and inclusion practices. She possesses over 28 years of innovative leadership, strategic communication, diversity and inclusion, and, public affairs (public relations) work involving Executive Office and Legislative Branch officials and public and social sector senior executives. Ms. Grantham is certified by the American Society of Training and Development (ASTD) in Advanced Designing for Learning; CPP.Inc. as a MBTI® (Myers Briggs Type Indicator) Step I and Step II Administrator; Frances Hesselbein Leadership Institute as a Master Facilitator of Peter F. Drucker's The Five Most Important Questions, and the Diversity Training University International (DTUI) as a Certified Diversity Professional.

Ms. Grantham retired in early-2007 from the United States Coast Guard after completing over 22 years of service to our Nation. In her last position with the Coast Guard, she performed as the Deputy Director of their Leadership and Professional Development office. Ms. Grantham also completed assignments as the Executive Speechwriter to the Commandant of the Coast Guard the organization's CEO equivalent and as the Director of Non-Academy Officer Recruitment where she developed and executed a global strategy to source and acquire the values-based commissioned officer talent necessary to meet the Coast Guard's missions and goals. 

An outstanding large scale program manager and skilled communicator of complex information to multiple audiences, she also excelled in high-visibility leadership positions including as Director, White House Finance and Budget Management; as Conferences and Special Events Director for the US Coast Guard Senior Executive Leadership Corps; as a Coast Guard Liaison to the U. S. House of Representatives; and as the Chief of Human Resources for one of the Coast Guard's most geographically and ethnically-diverse operational districts. 




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