Kecia Carroll - Your Marketing DirectorKecia Carroll is a marketing strategist and a corporate social responsibility (CSR) champion with a career divided between in-house leadership and consulting roles. She has worked with dozens of organizations — from startups to Fortune 500 companies, professional service firms and social enterprises, helping them build their businesses and their brands.

In her role as a senior advisor, Kecia advised companies on effective ways to integrate corporate social responsibility

into their overall business strategy for positive impact to the bottom line and the community.

She currently serves as the manager of corporate citizenship at the Edyth Bush Institute where she raises awareness for and engagement in corporate social responsibility and its benefits to companies, the nonprofit sector and the community.

Prior to joining the Institute, she served as chief strategist and program director for KC ROBERG where she developed and led marketing and communications plans and programs for socially-responsible companies.

Articles and Presentations
Leadership Orlando, “Building CSR Champions: The Evolving Landscape of Social Responsibility”
Rollins Edyth Bush Institute/Crummer Graduate School 2016 Leadership Panel, “Community Engagement: How Companies of Any Size Can Make a Difference”
PRSA Orlando Panel, “Corporate Social Responsibility: Getting Started. Getting Focused. Growing Impact”
Wrote and published Corporate Citizenship Best Practices whitepaper including interviews with 10 corporate leaders representing range of sizes, industries and approaches

Honors and Awards
ATHENA NextGen Thought Leader, 2017
Orlando Mayor’s City Academy, 2016
“40 Under 40”, Denver Business Journal
Rotary Group Study Exchange Scholar, China

Community Service
The Community Seal
Forward Steps Foundation
CEC Middle College Interact Denver

Education
Digital Marketing Specialization 
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

B.A., Journalism
University of Minnesota

 

Visit Us On TwitterVisit Us On Linkedin