Dec 07, 2013
Tools to Cultivate the Promised Land: Working Wisdom From My Grandparents' Garden by Deborah L. Parker honors these two wise soul's toils to nurture the family. With metaphors from their toolshed Deborah uses harvesting & reaping acts for life goals.
Oct 21, 2013
Addressing a networking brunch event for women of the National Association of Black Accountant’s Washington DC chapter, Deborah shared tools for confidence and with Leadership Loudoun attendees, strategies for personal and organizational change
May 27, 2013
Lessons from Women, Waverly and the Well highlighted Deborah's inspirational and homespun message on May 19. Sprinkled with reminders of the grit and wisdom of the town's generational matriarchs, she encouraged the congregation to 'keep going'!
May 11, 2013
Deborah is a featured author from 1-3 pm. Her book Hardcore Leadership:11 Master Lessons from My Airborne Ranger Uncle’s “Final Jump” powerfully chronicles the life of her late uncle, Harris L. Parker, aka Hardcore, a former museum board member
Apr 28, 2013
Finding Victory and Valor Everyday - Being Courageous on Your Journey is what Deborah encouraged fellow training/organizational development practictioners to do at the Chesapeake Bay Organizational Development Network's Annual Conference on April 26
Mar 17, 2013
Deborah L. Parker feels grounded by the grit of her ancestors, to keep going and achieve, no matter how hard it seems at times.
Mar 03, 2013
Motivational Talks on The Value of Service to Community and Country will highlight Deborah's powerful presentations to Sterling, Ashburn, Tysons and Dulles Rotary Club events in March - June 2013
Feb 12, 2013
In Hardcore Leadership: 11 Master Lessons from My Airborne Ranger Uncle’s “Final Jump” Deborah powerfully chronicles the triumphs and trials of her late uncle, Harris L. Parker, lovingly known as "Hardcore," with insights for being in charge
Jan 14, 2013
In this banner year of US and African American history, Deborah recognizes how the struggles and triumphs of the Civil Rights Movement are a must-get for all. At 1030 am, she will bring the Douglass Community Center alive with a message of hope.