Carmen Ramos-Watson is a powerful voice for women and founder of B/adaptable, an organizational development consultancy. She is dedicated to assisting leaders and organizations in the United States and in Latin America. She has expertise in strategy consulting, culture transformation, intercultural development and leadership communication.
As an entrepreneur, she founded Washington-based QMRI, a management and marketing consultancy responsible for rolling out a number of national health campaigns. In education, she worked through Georgetown’s University Center for Intercultural Education and Development’s Applied Business Solutions program to develop training for senior executives in four countries to improve their ability to compete in a global marketplace.
A National Hispana Leadership Institute Fellow, Carmen earned a master-level certificate in total quality management from the University of Miami, a bachelor’s degree in management from Barry University, and a master’s degree in organizational psychology and change leadership from Columbia University. She is a graduate of the Harvard Kennedy School’s Executive Leadership Development Program and the Dartmouth Amos Tuck School of Business Minority Development and Minority Advanced Executive Program.