A Certified Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB)
Dr. Wild has a Doctorate of Education in Human Resource Development from The George Washington University, a Masters of Education from Boston University and a Bachelor of Arts from Michigan State University.
Dr. Wild has designed national training programs and organizational change endeavors and developed learning partnerships, organizational assessments, workshops, seminars, and conferences for educational institutions, industry and government.
Her work has taken her from Alexandria, Egypt to Yokohama, Japan. In addition, Dr. Wild has been an Adjunct Professor in Human Resource Development and Management Science at The George Washington University and has taught at the Marymount University’s School of Business Administration in Virginia. Dr. Wild is a certified Executive Coach. She was an International Advisor to the Youth Employment Summit Campaign, was past President of Executive Women International (DC Chapter), and was a Board Member of the prestigious Embassy Series of Washington, DC. Dr. Wild is a seasoned Organization Development (OD) practitioner with over 25 years of experience. Her most significant accomplishments, however, are as businesswomen. Prior to founding API, Dr. Wild was co-founder of three successful companies: Wild Consulting, Women in Leadership and Learning (WILL), and Applied Technology Systems Inc. (ATSI.) As President of ATSI, she helped grow the company from a six figure support contractor for the Department of Labor’s Office of Job Corps to a 30 million dollar Job Corps center operator with over 500 employees. As a part of this endeavor she coached not only external clients from various organizations, but also her own executive staff. Her OD and business expertise brings a unique advantage to her executive coaching skills.
Alternate Perspectives, Inc. is the culmination of her business savvy and experience and a reflection of her personal motto: “Do well and do good.”
She is also an avid equestrian and enjoys time with her horses Rosa Isabella (Rosie) and Joker’s Wild (Joker) in Leesburg, Virginia.