Red Hawk is a professional consultant and keynote speaker with 20 years of experience in the public and private sectors. He has lectured to government officials on diversity, leadership, and team building. He has developed motivational group programs, and facilitated organizational problem solving sessions. He has also contributed to developing training videos and training materials. In 2007, Red Hawk became a member of the elite consulting pool at Georgetown University's National Center for Cultural Competence.
Red Hawk is of Cherokee Indian descent, Founder of OPM Management Solutions LLC, a company specializing in diversity training and keynote addresses on cultural understanding and cultural competency. He is an advisory board member of the Old Negev Research Institute (ONRI), an institute dedicated to the study of ancient Egyptian writings found in the "High Cultures" of the American Southwest.
Red Hawk has extensive experience in the areas of managing diversity and cultural understanding. Assisting in the design and implementation of such programs in each of these areas. Hawk is a nationally known motivational keynote speaker on the topics of cultural diversity, issues of social change, and structural inequality. He has conducted complex workplace investigations, organizational problem solving, mediating employment disputes, and designing and presenting labor and employee relations training for managers and supervisors. Red Hawk has presented to over one million people nationwide on topics of leadership, diversity, motivation, training, after-dinner performances, keynotes and cultural programming.
While serving his country, Red Hawk received the Navy Achievement Medal for his contributions in the field of management theory. He received commendations for serving in Desert Storm and was awarded the Humanitarian Medal for his services in the rescue of Korean refugees off the Sea of Japan. He was honorably discharged from the Department of Defense in Hawaii after 10 years of service with full honors in 1991.
CERTIFIED: Total Quality Management (DoD); Cultural Awarenes and Diversity (DoD); Operations Security and Awareness Training (OPSEC); EEO, Affirmative Action and Diversity Training.
MEMBER: National Center for Cultural Competence (Georgetown University); Recording Academy (voting member - Washington DC); Association for the Promotion of Campus Activities.
AWARDS: TELLY Diversity Training; TELLY Music Video of the Year.
NOMINATED AWARDS: 2004 American Independent Music Awards; 2004, 2005 and 2006 Native American Music Awards - Best Spoken Word Recording; 47th and 48th Annual GRAMMY Awards - Best Native American Music Album.
AUTHOR: "A Course in Diversity"; "The Tao of an Indian"; "A Motivational Approach to Content Information on Cultural Diversity"
- Motivational Approach to Understanding Cultural Diversity (Understanding EEO, Affirmative Action and Diversity)
- Cultural Competency
- Leadership with Life Lessons
- MLK - A Native American Perspective
- M.E.E.T. on Common Ground
- Rhythm of Drums (Interactive Session including dancing)
- Storyteller: Red Hawk Speaks
- TOPICS INCLUDE: Diversity, Cultural Competency, Operations Security, Leadership, Team Building, Achievement, Accountability, Communication Skills, Str
Diversity, Entertainment, Leadership, Family, Corporate Culture, Motivation, Minority
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