NICOL KING, M.A.
Trainer ~ Facilitator
Nicol King is the new Coordinator of Training and Professional Development in the Office of Human Resources at Bowie State University. Ms. King holds a Master of Arts degree in Organizational Leadership from the School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship at Regent University, Virginia Beach, VA and a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism from the State University of New York, College at Brockport. Her background encompasses over 20 years of combined experience in personnel staffing, sales, training and entrepreneurship. Ms. King has shared her experience in the design, development and delivery of customized training curriculum as an independent leadership training consultant. Ms. King published "Now that you've been called: 8 Principles of successful consulting" - Journal of Practical Consulting 2008 and currently serves as a member of the American Society for Training and Development. Ms. King, a native of Brooklyn, New York currently resides in Columbia, MD with her two teens.
WILLIAM WELCH, Ph.D.
Dr. William Welch is a Human Resource Development (HRD) Consultant who has provided training, education and development for the past 42 years. He has presented experiences to thousands, in various sections of the country. Dr. Welch's primary area of concentration includes leadership (particularly in multicultural settings), team building, performance planning & development, and organizational development. His management experiences include both the public and private sector. He has served as Executive Director, Prince George's County (Md.) Human Relations commission, the Founder and Director of Leadership Prince George's ( where he presently serves as an expert consultant), and is published in scholarly journals such as the International Journal of Group Tensions. Among the latest of his writings is a chapter on Inter minority Group Conflict in Gitler's, Research In Human Social Conflict, Volume 1, 1995, a book entitled, A Mini Course In Training Design, 1997, a second edition in 2002. He is currently completing research for another book which will review current leadership models with Biblical principles and classical literature, and a book of the history of leadership in Prince George's County.