|Headline:||Executive Coach, Speaker, Author|
|Description:||Amicitia (Cita) Maloon-Gibson, a native of St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands, is the President and Founder of ATIC & MG Center For Excellence (MGC4E), Inc., a non-profit 501(c)(3) community base-global training service institute for disenfranchised youth and their family unit. The focus is on Education, Empowerment, and Encouragement to Excel in life skills. Maloon-Gibson & Associates (MGAA) a division of MGC4E and provides professional speakers, training and consulting services in human relations. Amicitia has developed, implemented and delivered speeches, seminars and workshops in the United States and in International countries. She has 30 plus years of experience working with state, federal government, private industry and non-profit organizations in the areas of leadership, team building, Civil rights, EEO & Diversity, employee recruitment & succession planning, and organizational development. She has a Bachelors degree in Psychology and two Masters degrees. St. Louis a Graduate Certificate in Human Resources Development from Cornell University. She has completed Doctoral studies in Social Psychology and a graduate of the Command & General Staff College at Leavenworth, KS.|
Amicitia`s professional memberships includes: American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC), the Black African-American Christian Counselors (BAACC), the Marriage and Family Network (AACC).She is a certified Mediator & Transitional Life Coach. She is a charter member of the Brevard County Business and Professional Women/USA/FL. She serves as an Appointee on the Brevard County Commission on the Status of Women, Advisory Committee to the Commissioner`s (District IV). She is a graduate of Brevard County Citizens Academy. Memberships and affiliation with National Association of Female Executives, the Association for Conflict Resolution, National Diversity Council, Society of Human Resource Management and others. She has active membership with the Professional Women Speakers and Christian Women Speakers Bureau. She is a 2007 God`s Leading Ladies graduate of the Potter`s House, Dallas, TX. She retired as a Lieutenant Colonel with Regimental Affiliation Engineers, and is a US Army veteran of almost 30 years of distinguish and honorable service to the nation. She serves on the Executive Board of Directors of Christian Services Charities and Neighbor to the Nations both home based in Washington, DC. She served as a board member in the position of Diversity Advocate, for the Society Human Resources Management, Wichita Kansas. She also served as a Board of Directors member of a non-profit ministry for three years. She is an active member of the National /Florida Diversity Council as an Advisory Board Member. Amicitia is author/co-author of five books. Active membership with the Professional Women`s Network an international consulting firm and serves as an Advisory Board Member. Her ministry calling supports her passion for youth, orphans, women`s issues and the elderly. Amicitia has numerous military, community and civic awards for distinction in leadership and community service and the recipient of the Woman of Color National Award for Leadership & Service. She is active in community service throughout Brevard County and the state of Florida. She is a visiting profession to colleges and universities. She is featured in the March 2009 Spring Issue of National Association for Female Executives as part of the Professional Women`s Network.
Amicitia (Cita) Maloon-Gibson delivers exceptional seminars and keynotes, and is available for regional, national, and international travel engagements. Her international travels include the British Virgin Islands, US Virgin Islands, England, Germany, Prague, France, Belgium, Puerto Rico, Hawaii, Aruba and the Bahamas (Nassau & Freeport). She has extensive travels throughout the United States of America.