Carol Stewart

Carol Stewart is an Executive, Professional, and Business Coach and the founder of Abounding Solutions, with over 25 years of coaching and leadership experience. She is known as The Coach for High Achieving Introverted Women. She teaches women (especially introverted women) how to be great leaders and lead with influence and impact. She also facilitates leadership teams and delivers workshops, training, and speeches on career development, personal development, and leadership development to corporate gender networks and BAME (Black, Asian, and Ethnic Minority) networks. Royal Bank of Scotland, Barclays, Asurion, Department of Health, NHS England, National Association of African Americans in Human Resources (NAAAHR), Westminster City Council, Crown Prosecution Service, Metropolitan Police Service, London Borough of Croydon, London Borough of Waltham Forest, London Borough of Lambeth, and others have benefited from her coaching, training, and speeches. Carol was named one of Enterprise Nation's Top 50 Business Advisers in 2015, a LinkedIn Top Voice UK in 2017, 2018, and 2019, a We Are The City Rising Star Champion in 2018 for her work assisting women in their career development, and Keep the Faith Magazine named her one of Britain's most influential Black Christian women in 2019.

Carol worked for the Ministry of Justice before launching her coaching firm. She rose through the ranks from a minor position to a senior position overseeing the running of a group of magistrates' courts, as well as a member of the Local Criminal Justice Board for four London boroughs. Carol writes a semi-regular column for the Sheffield Telegraph, a weekly newspaper founded in 1855, and has also contributed to a variety of other media. She mentors women business entrepreneurs in underdeveloped nations for the Cherie Blair Foundation, is a school governor, and leads the Marketplace Ministry at her church. She also volunteers for the Kreative Cultural Club, a youth organization that provides programs to assist develop young people in the local community (having previously served as Chair of the Board of Trustees).

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