• Posted on: March 12, 2015

Ushering in a New Era of Organizational Leadership

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We are pleased to announce two EOYDC Alumna are joining our executive team.

Selena Wilson
Selena Wilson, Vice President of Organizational Effectiveness

Selena Wilson joined our team as a practitioner from Deloitte Consulting where she served

as a management consultant for the Organizational Transformation and Talent division within

the Human Capital Consulting practice. Selena also brings several years of experience in

elementary school enrichment programming with the City of Piedmont and facilitation/training

with the National Leadership Institute.

Selena attended Castlemont High School in Oakland and is also an EOYDC alumna. She joined

EOYDC at the young age of four years old to take West African dance class.  She stayed with the

organization throughout her life, working in just about every capacity – from an administrative

assistant to a youth computer instructor. Selena recognizes EOYDC as the nurturing space that

allowed her to transcend the difficult circumstances she faced growing up in a neighborhood

plagued by violence. This transformational experience is what inspired her to dedicate her life

to youth development.

Selena graduated from Northwestern University with a Master of Science in Learning and

Organizational Change, and received her BA in Human Services from Holy Names University.

In addition to her work with EOYDC, Selena currently serves as a Board member and volunteer

leadership development trainer for the California Association of Student Councils.

 

 

Cara A. Brown
Cara A. Brown, Director of Communications and Assessments.

Cara Brown is an EOYDC alumna who bases her work on the belief that simple adjustments can

have monumental results. As a design strategist, Cara creates human centered solutions that

satisfy EOYDC’s organizational needs.  She has experience promoting events that highlight the

rich arts and culture of Washington, D.C. including the Women Against Domestic Violence

Conference and the Howard University Spring Black Arts Festival Fashion Show. Cara moved on

to become the Marketing Coordinator for the D.C. Commission of the Arts and Humanities and

the Director of the Lamont Bishop Gallery in Brooklyn, New York.

Cara earned a Master of Business Administration in Design Strategy from California College of

the Arts, and she studied International Business and Culture at the American University – Kogod

School of Business. Cara also holds a B.A. in International Business and Marketing from Howard

University. Cara has developed a retrospective evaluation that focuses on the long-term impact

that the East Oakland Youth Development Committee has had on shaping career trajectories of

EOYDC alumni, and she recently launched an EOYDC Advisory Committee comprised of twenty

outstanding alumni.

 

A full list of current staff can be found at: http://eoydc.org/people/

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