Dr. Corinthia Price, Founder
Dr. Price is the Founder of Workforce Career Readiness™. Dr. Price is an international business advisor, scholar, workforce development and diversity, equity, and inclusion consultant, and educator. She specializes in work-based learning focusing on real-world training to create a breadth of skills and abilities. These efforts can increase workforce diversity, equity, and inclusion in various industries. She is the Creator and Founder of “100 High School Students America Needs to Know About™”, a national competition that recognizes outstanding accomplishments of high school students across the United States.
Dr. Corinthia Price is an award-winning recipient of the Top 50 Most Influential Women in Business, Diversity in Business Award and was recognized by Tiffany Pham, CEO & Founder of Mogul as one of the 2018 Honorees for the Top 1,000 Companies with the Strongest Female Leaders.
Dr. Price is a highly sought after keynote speaker and has presented at various national and international conferences. She has been featured in numerous magazines, articles, and publications. She is a contributor for Forbes Magazine where she writes expert business, workforce development, and career advice articles.
Ashia Ruth Kelly, Corporate Meeting Planner
Ashia Ruth Kelly, a high school junior, was recognized as the youngest recipient to be selected as an accomplished corporate meeting planner by CONNECT, a national event management association. She was designated as an “Early Riser” in the event management industry by the organization.
Ashia attends Holy Trinity High School in Hicksville, NY. She currently serves on the school’s media and communication clubs and student council. In addition, Ashia was national recognized by Tiffany Pham, CEO & Founder of Mogul as “50 High School Students You Need to Know About”. Tiffany Pham made the Forbes 30 under 30 List.
Ashia was selected to participate in Girls’ Leadership Worldwide, a program at the Eleanor Roosevelt Center at Val-Kill. She is interning at Nordstrom as a fashion ambassador. Ashia is learning how to organize and coordinate fashion projects and events.
Ashia serves on the College Board Youth Advisory Council and was a Youth Delegate at the 25th Session of the United Nations Youth Assembly where she participated in the Global Development Leadership Series through the Friendship Ambassadors Program.
Her mentors in the hospitality industry are Mr. Harris Rosen, Founder & CEO of Rosen Hotels and Resorts, Mindy Koening, Conference Center Sales at Rosen Hotels and Resorts, and Jordan Hollew, Former Senior Sales Manager at Hilton Embassy Suites.
Workforce Career Readiness™ Motto:
To Strengthen and Empower Individuals To Become Successful In The 21st Century™