With over 20 years of workforce development experience, Dr. Deborah Fuqua is an advocate for human resource development for private and public sector organizations. Considered an expert in the field of organizational leadership, she is a frequent speaker at organizations and conferences nationwide, covering topics related to educational leadership, women as leaders, leadership development, employee development, emotional intelligence, effective communication, and other leadership related topics. Dr. Fuqua teaches, encourages, and motivates others to achieve their personal and professional goals.
Dr. Fuqua holds an undergraduate degree in Management Studies, a graduate degree in Human Resources Development, and her Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership. Her certifications are as follows: “Time To Teach” trainer; Classroom Management, Diversity &
Inclusion, Workers' Compensation, Special Emphasis Program Manager, and Four Lenses trainer. Dr. Fuqua is the author of a book called, "Secure Your Cape" a women's motivational leadership book and she co-authored a textbook for universities and colleges across the U.S. called "Cultivating a Culture of Nonviolence in Early Childhood Development Centers and Schools. Dr. Fuqua is a board member of the National Call Dad Program, Black Doctoral Network Association, Eastern Education Research Association, and a member of the National Congress of Black Women, Inc.