Carol A. Prewitt
Chair, Strategic Planning Committee
Carol is a native of Dayton, Ohio. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from St. Leo University in St. Leo, Florida.
Her professional background includes; former Licensed Social Worker, former Grade School Teacher, Aide to former Congressman Tony P. Hall, Aide to former Ohio State Senator Fred Strahorn, a Congressional Liaison Representative at the United States Air Force Academy – Pentagon, Washington, DC, and Clerk to the Board of County Commissioners, Montgomery County, Ohio.
She is a veteran of the United States Air Force and being president at Prewitt Consulting LLC (a firm specializing in civility training, etiquette, and business protocol).
Her affiliations and community involvement include: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Beta Eta Omega Chapter Dayton (OH); College Promise Mentor; Day of Caring 365; Dayton (OH.) Chapter National Black MBA Association; Dayton (OH.) Chapter of The Links Incorporated; Dayton Section National Council of Negro Women, Inc., Life Member, Past President; IAPC Ambassador of Civility; Miami Assembly No. 22 Order of the Golden Circle; Ruth Chapter No. 104 Order of the Eastern Star, Past Matron, Prince Hall Affiliated; Opera Guild of Dayton (OH); St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church; SCORE Mentor, Dayton Chapter No. 107; S.T.A,R.S. Youth Enrichment Program, Inc; The Institute for Civility in Government; Toastmasters International, Distinguished Toastmaster (D.T.M.); Twentig, Inc.; Better Business Bureau (BBB.) Women in Business Networking (WiBN); and Women Organized Resources for Liberia’s Development (WORLD), Inc.
Carol’s former affiliations include vice chairman at Daybreak Board of Trustees; board member, Omega Community Development Corporation; past president, Emergency Housing Coalition; co-founder and former board member at Clothes That Work!; and former board member at the Area Agency on Aging.
She has received several awards and acknowledgments for her civic and professional accomplishments and contributions to include the Department of the Air Force Meritorious Civilian Service Award; Amer Court No. 65 Daughters Isis Excellence in Leadership Honoree; Mary Scott Legacy Award Honoree; The Presidents Club of Dayton Outstanding Community Service Award; Toastmaster of the Year Award; Phenomenal Woman Honoree, Fellowship Christian Ministries; WiBN 2013 Top 25 Women to Watch Honoree; and Shiloh Church Outstanding Community Service Honoree.