Location: Hermitage, Tennessee, United States
Glenn Thomas Carson, a general consultant, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in a variety of different fields.
Well regarded for his diverse range of expertise, Mr. Carson has garnered a laudable reputation as a consultant for several different professions. Among them, he leverages decades of expertise in broadcasting, public relations, banking, insurance, real estate, retail and management. Mr. Carson also consults with writers, and has written numerous books, hundreds of advertisements and grants for nonprofit fundraising. Among his books, he authored “The Eternity Principle: Finding God in this World and the Next,” “Finding the Right Path: Five Tips for Making Decisions that Work for You,” “Histories: Voices from the Past that Still Speak” and “House on the Rock: The Seven Building Blocks of Christianity.”
Mr. Carson’s exemplary performance in the field of consulting was born of his academic journey. Prior to completing a Master of Divinity degree at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, he undertook coursework at several different institutions, including Valdosta State University, Brite Divinity School, the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy and the Community Association Institute. He subsequently earned a Doctor of Theology at the Providence Theological School, and a Diploma of Christian Studies at Master’s International University of Divinity. Mr. Carson returned to Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary to complete his education, graduating in 1992 with a Doctor of Philosophy. Eminently qualified in his myriad fields, he also bears certification in fundraising management and as a manager of homeowners’ associations.
Known for his contributions as a civic-minded citizen, Mr. Carson volunteers prolifically for a variety of organizations, including a homeless kitchen in Kansas City and Habitat for Humanity, and during the Great Flood of 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. Furthermore, he is the founder of the College of Coastal Georgia Alumni Association and has provided his skills and expertise to the Disciples Historical Society, the Christian Church of Greater Kansas City, the Alliance Theater of the Georgia Baptist Convention, and Christian Education for the Blind through the KFJZ-AM radio station in Fort Worth, Texas.
In accounting for his standout success, Mr. Carson credits the influence of his wonderful upbringing. Additionally, in a career filled with highlights, he is most proud to have built a loving and nurturing family, including his wife of 35 years and his son, who recently graduated from college. Looking toward the future, Mr. Carson hopes to retire and continue working as a freelance consultant.
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