With more than two decades of career experience, Dr. Taunya A. Lowe offers expertise in training, leadership development, strategic planning, and coaching.

Dr. Lowe is an innovative, insightful, change agent who understands the concept of adding value to others. As a trainer and presenter, she is witty and engaging while offering practical solutions.

Author of Wanna Start a Riot? Change. Affirmations, Confirmations, and Prayers, national and international trainer, consultant and coach, Dr. Lowe has an impressive human services background which spans many disciplines which include:

  • Nonprofit Organizations
  • Academia, Government
  • Corporate, Consulting
  • Strategic Planning
  • Leadership and Professional Development

Dr. Lowe has served in many leadership capacities which include, most recently, as a Consultant for Wellpoint lnsurance Industries in the states of Georgia, Connecticut, California, Ohio and Virginia for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) implementation of the Healthcare Exchanges; Coordinator for Women’s Treatment Programs for the State of Georgia, Training Consultant for Deloitte’s SACWIS Project with the Department of Family Services, Alabama; Program Coordinator for the YWCA of Greater Atlanta Encoreplus and the Georgia American Cancer Society where she lead countless numbers of volunteers.

Dr. Lowe is also a Visiting Professor for DeVry University, and a Consultant for the Southeast Addiction Technology Transfer Center located at Morehouse School of Medicine Center for Primary Care. Taunya earned a Doctorate degree in General Human Services and a certificate in Diversity Studies from Capella University; a Masters degree in Counseling and Psychological Services and a Bachelor’s degree in Community Health Education, both from Clark Atlanta University. She is a trainer of the University of Georgia J.W. Fanning lnstitute Leadership curriculum & a member of the John Maxwell Team. Among her many accolades, she was the Siegel Institute for Ethics, Leadership and Character 2013 Phenomenal Woman; has received the Statewide Com munity Service Award for improving the quality of life for women’s gender specific substance abuse residential services; Business Superstar Community Service Award; featured on the cover of the 2012 People You Need to Know Atlanta Business Magazine; Recognized by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Blacks in Government Chapter.