Dr. Boozer is a Yale graduate, with over 50 years of developing and implementing training programs. In 25 years of mediating, has mediated over 800 cases with a 95% success rate.
Dr. Boozer has over 50 years of developing and implementing training programs. Her formal education includes a BA in business and philosophy at Charter Oak College, a MAR (Masters of Art in Religion) in ethics at the Yale Divinity School, a year at Southern Connecticut State University in juvenile delinquency, three years at Yale University graduate psychology department in social psychology, and a Doctorate of Philosophy at the Union Institute and University in social psychology: racism, biases, stereotypes, and prejudices, and formal training in the Workshops (skill-sets) listed throughout.
Over 50 years of experience as a Training Consultant have been accumulated from various positions and organizations. More than 80% of her career has centered on developing and implementing programs to meet the assessed needs of clients. At the age of 16, she trained youth groups in her church. At the age of 18, she was a Boy Scout Dean Mother. At age 26, she was a Rubbermaid District Manager and trained her sales staff. At age 28, she received formal training as a trainer/facilitator at General Motors; there she trained both union and management personnel to work together to better combat off-shore competition.
For over 3 years she was employed at Community Mediation, Inc. (CM) where she worked with prosecutors on court cases, redesigned CM’s mediation training, and initiated the re-starting and re-structuring of the New Haven, Connecticut’s public school peer mediation program. She has mediated over 800 cases and has a 95% success rate of mediating cases from court involving gang wars, race riots, and racial, neighborhood, organizational, and board disputes.
Dr. Boozer is the Founder & President of Pinnacle Training & Publication, Inc.