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Listee Features — May 10, 2021

Cynthia Cuyjet

CYNTHIA K. CUYJET

Cynthia K. Cuyjet, MA, is the president and managing director of Cuyjet Management Consultants Inc., where she has empowered individual and corporate clients to identify their goals and develop the leadership skills and structure necessary to achieve them for more than 25 years. An expert in talent development, strategic planning and implementing organizational change, Ms. Cuyjet has worked with educational institutions, nonprofits, and Fortune 500 companies across a broad range of industries. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in sociology and psychology from Marymount College of Fordham University and earned a Master of Arts in counseling from New Jersey City University in 1974. Her passion for consulting was born after attending a workshop for people of color entering or new

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Lynda Rogerson

LYNDA ROGERSON

Lynda Rogerson, EdD, is an educator, consultant, and president of LYNCO Associates, Inc., where she has specialized in grant management, program evaluation, organizational development and career consulting, and curriculum design since 1983. Dr. Rogerson has been drawn to her work since she was a child, explaining that “whatever it is she does, she is always teaching people how to do things.” An alumna of the University of Colorado, she holds a Bachelor of Arts in history with an English minor and a Master of Arts in European history. She earned her Doctor of Education in human resource development and organizational development at the University of Northern Colorado in 1989 after feeling that a doctoral degree was the key to having

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Pamela Harrison

PAMELA A. HARRISON

Pamela A. Harrison is an award-winning poet and educator with a catalog of work stretching back more than five decades. Much of Ms. Harrison’s work is autobiographical or inspired by her personal and family history, and she began writing at an early age. She started experimenting with poetry following her mother’s suicide attempt, and continued to find her voice in poetry as a teen, building on the strong literary education she received beginning in seventh grade. Exposed to a broad range of books, from paperback mysteries to Shakespeare, Ms. Harrison developed a strong belief in the power of writing as an avenue to share experiences, values, and “help us learn to be human and learn what is important.” Ms. Harrison

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