CAROL FULP is the CEO of Fulp Diversity where she consults with CEOs on the research in her book, Success Through Diversity: Why The Most Inclusive Companies Will Win. Her publication has been raised by Publishers Weekly, The World Economic Forum and the Freedom Institute Forum. She has been engaged by more than 100 organizations from Microsoft to, PBS to the Boston Red Sox and more. She also leads an Inclusive Leadership Forum Series at Boston College’s Graduate School of Business. Fulp previously served as President & CEO of The Partnership, the national firm that enhances the competitiveness of organizations by attracting, developing, retaining and convening multicultural executives and professionals. President Barack Obama also appointed Fulp as a Representative of the United States of America to United Nations General Assembly. She currently serves on the Board of Advisors for Eastern Bank as well as their Foundation. She is the Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors of the American Student Assistance Corporation as well as Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Fulp is a Trustee of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library Foundation and the Institute of Politics, Policy and History for the University of the District of Columbia. She is the recipient of many honors including the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce Distinguished Bostonian award and the Museum of African American History’s Living Legend award. During her career, Boston Business Journal has listed her as one of the 50 Most Influential Bostonians, and Boston magazine named her one of the 21 Most Powerful People in Boston Business.