Carol Pierce

Carol Pierce is an organization development consultant specializing in process consultation and the development of diversity programs. As an innovator in the field of diversity education, Ms. Pierce is a developer of many widely-used models for gender, multicultural, and sexual orientation diversity work. She is a creator of the Power Equity Group Theory - a model for understanding and maintaining flatter, more egalitarian structures that enhance creativity and acknowledge the full range of diversity among its members. She is a founder of the Power Equity Training Group.

Ms. Pierce is the author of The Power Equity Group: A Guide for Understanding Equity and Acknowledging Diversity; and a co-author of A Male/Female Continuum: Paths to Colleagueship; Sexual Orientation and Identity: Heterosexual, Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Journeys; and the forthcoming book Journeys of Race and Culture: Paths to Valuing Diversity. She is the publisher of newdynamics Publications.

Ms. Pierce is a member of the NTL Institute of Applied Behavioral Science. She is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin School of Music, and among her varied organization development training experiences is a graduate of the Organization and Systems Development program of the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland. She has served in the New Hampshire state legislature and chaired the New Hampshire Commission on the Status of Women from 1970 to 1975. She lives in Laconia, New Hampshire.

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