- 21st Century Leader: Visionary, Inspired, and Spiritually Grounded
- Affirmative action officer
- Diversity and Inclusion: Inclusion Starts with I
- Trends in Diversity: The Business Case for Diversity: Integrating Diversity into Business Processes
- Power of World Views: Developing Cross-Cultural Competence
- Face of Change
- Unleashing your True Potential
- Thinking Globally, Act Locally
- Strategic Alliances and The Value Proposition
Dr. Mary-Frances Winters, expert in organization development and diversity, specializing in research, strategic planning, with an emphasis in ethnic and multicultural issues.
She was affirmative action officer and senior market analyst at Eastman Kodak Company, where she worked for many years.
She has a degrees in English and Psychology, and a master’s degree in business administration.
She taught 21st Century Leader: Visionary, Inspired, and Spiritually Grounded at the graduate level.
Among her awards and honors, “Minority Business Person of the Year”.
She was featured in Marquis “Who’s Who in American Women,” and was named the recipient of the Athena Award by the Women’s Council Chamber of Commerce.
She was one of five women nationally to receive the
Avon Products, Inc., and
U.S. Small Business Administration’s Women of Enterprise Award.
Urban League’s Outstanding Community Leader Award.
Hutchinson Medal, the highest alumni honor.
Winters was named a diversity pioneer by Profiles in Diversity Journal.
Winters has served as a mentor for the Emerging Leaders Program Sponsored by the Centers for Leadership and Public Affairs at Duke University and the University of Cape Town, South Africa and is on the boards of American Institute for Managing Diversity, Mosiaca and National Institute for the Blind.
She is a frequent contributor to the editorial page and USA Today’s Forum column on workplace and diversity related issues.
Winters has been published in the International Personnel Management Association Newsletter, Profiles in Diversity Journal, DiversityInc Magazine, Executive Excellence Magazine, Society of Human Resource Management’s Mosaics Newsletter, The EMA Reporter and has written monographs on “Philanthropy Among People of Color” for the Council on Foundations in Washington, DC.
She is the author of three books.