Dr. Angie Carter
Assistant Professor & ICF Certified Leadership Coach | Clemson University
Dr. Angie Carter’s professional tagline could be Human Resource Developer, Adult Educator, and Leadership Coach, as all three sum up her career, education and research interests well. Dr. Carter has spent a great deal of her working life in various learning function and leadership roles in property management, high-tech, and manufacturing industries and is passionate about facilitating leader development and cultural competency workshops and providing organization-wide engagement and learning opportunities. Dr. Carter is an Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator of the Master of Human Resource Development (MHRD) program in Clemson University’s College of Education and holds an ICF ACC certification. Dr. Carter was recently appointed to the ICF’s Diversity research spans the areas of leadership development, coaching, mentoring, and critical Human Resource Development. Recent articles include, “I was exhausted, and there was no break at all”: How Black women leadership coaches understood and navigated workplace tensions after the racial reckoning”, and “Since we are, therefore I am: Ubuntu and the experiences of Black women leadership coaches”.
Area of Specialty: Dr. Carter works with emerging, in transition, and experienced leaders to build capacity in their careers and leadership. She uses an adaptive and opportunity based coaching lens to help leaders work on what might be holding them back, like imposter phenomenon or challenging work culture, and where leaders can find their identity and become their best selves.