Ms. Redding is an information technology consultant and project manager with over 25 years of experience at San Diego State University. As an ACE Study Fellow with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2003‐2006), she created a highly successful marketing campaign for The ACE Study.
When her fellowship ended, demand for ACE Study information was so high that she created Health Presentations, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, where she now serves as CEO, to continue her work sharing ACE Study findings.
A survivor of extensive childhood abuse and neglect, Ms. Redding is also a public speaker and trainer. She combines her personal experiences and knowledge of The ACE Study with technical, project management, and organizational management skills, to illustrate the findings of The ACE Study and help organizations, individuals, and communities benefit from its findings. Carol’s presentations and training sessions are inspirational, frank, interactive and light‐hearted.
Carol earned an MA in Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix, and is currently pursuing a PhD in Business Administration, with an emphasis in Health care, at Northcentral University. Carol is creator and author of ACE Reporter, a newsletter digesting ACE Study findings, and a contributor to Kaiser Permanente’s publication The Permanente Journal. She offers presentations and workshops such as "The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study", "Pathways to Healing", and "It Takes a Community", serving a wide array of agencies working in the areas of Health care, Public Health, Child Welfare and Domestic Violence. She can be reached at: carol firstname.lastname@example.org
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