TELISHA ROBERTS, DBA
Telisha’s dedication to education and career advancement extends into the classrooms of high schools, colleges and universities, and the local community. She serves as a volunteer instructor, teaching classes on career and personal development. She also teaches free community-based personal and professional development seminars, hosts community events, and serves as a mentor to college students and early career professionals.
Telisha sponsors unique events that aim to support achievement both in the classroom and the workforce. She believes that her professional experiences, education, and passion for mentoring is beneficial to the development of strong individuals, strong families, and strong communities.
Facilitates free to the public community personal and professional development seminars in Winston Salem and surrounding cities, helping early and mid-career professionals strengthen workplace skills needed to become more effective in the workplace.
Pop-Up Seminars (seminars held this summer)
Combating Communication Breakdowns in the Workplace
Taking Control of Your Career
The Power of Feedback
Mentors second and third-year college students, merging classroom concepts with relevant application in the business environment to promote internship preparedness, career readiness, and long-term career success.
Provides dissertation assistance to doctoral students.
Knowledgeable in online learning (E-learning) success.