Updated: Feb 14, 2022
Do not withhold good from those to whom it is due, when it is in your power to act. Proverbs 3:27
National Black History Makes A Turning Point In 2022
O Ministries Inc. Is Proud To INTRODUCE TO SOME AND PRESENT TO OTHERS A TOP BLACK “FEMALE G.O.A.T.” IN CORPORATE AMERICA.
Carolyn Hayden- Garner, CPP, CPM
Executive @ TESLA Salt Lake City, Utah
First Black Director Of Diversity for the Junior League Of Salt Lake City, Utah
2021 Woman of Impact Award Recipient For Outstanding Local, National, And International Achievements.
Grand Marshal For 2022 Commemorative Celebration March For Dr. Martin Luther Jr.’s Day In Salt Lake City, Utah
A Blessed Female Philanthropist Within Her Own Right
Coming Soon-March 6, 2022, Carolyn Hayden-Garner Will Be The Host Interviewer To Interview Tabitha Brown.
This born and raised Arkansan, Texas resident residing In Salt Lake City, Utah, metroplex is our outstanding Black History Month Spotlight Person. There are “G.O.A.T.s” on the basketball court and the football field, but what about the “FEMALE G.O.A.T.s” who are setting America and their communities upside down? Our Black History heroin is a new fearless emerging pioneer figure who deserves to be celebrated. She is a strong, God-fearing woman who pushes for equal justice by any means necessary for all of G.O.D.’s people with an open mindset. She could be referred to as the “female voice-plus” of the late Martin Luther King Jr. Come along with us and read why we selected Carolyn Hayden-Garner as our outstanding 2022 Black History Month “FEMALE G.O.A.T.”
She is one of America’s next upcoming top Black Women making American History and Black History in a predominantly Caucasian city and state. Carolyn Hayden-Garner is a black woman who is beautiful inside and out. This fast-growing African American legend was born and raised in Helena, Arkansas. She has a bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Grambling State University and an MBA from Dallas Baptist University. She is a devoted wife, a loving mother of three, and a proud grandmother of two adorable boys and a beloved sister-friend to all within her neighboring reach.
Carolyn Hayden-Garner is the Founder and CEO of the prestigious faith-based organizations “Mothers Shut In” (MSI) and “African American Grandmothers Gathering” (AAGG). Carolyn founded these organizations to foster a community of women from diverse backgrounds that have come together, collectively, to change the lives of women and their children, grandchildren, and generations to come, in a way that they are unable to do so within their means. We are empowering mothers to effect change. (MSI, 2022)
Carolyn-Hayden Garner is an outstanding, fully decorated “FEMALE G.O.A.T.” in Corporate America and throughout the World.
Additional Honorable Mentions:
She worked at Northrop Grumman as Director handing all of North America and 8 countries across the globe.
Director of Payroll for CBRE with extensive technology, leadership, payroll compliance, processing, and executive management experience in her role with the company.
Executive Director of Payroll for Dallas ISD.
President of Oracle Human Capital Management (HCM) Users Group (OHUG). OHUG represents more than 10,000 users. During her tenure, she was appointed spokesperson for the International Oracle Users Group Community, representing more than 870 independent user groups worldwide.
Past President of Oracle Human Capital Management (HCM) Users Group (OHUG). OHUG represents more than 10,000 users. During her tenure, she was appointed spokesperson for the International Oracle Users Group Community, representing more than 870 independent user groups worldwide.
She was featured in the OAUG magazine for her leadership-related User Groups. In October 2013, she received the CBRE’s AANG Management Excellent award, and in May 2015, she was featured in the Canadian Payroll Association’s Dialogue Publication. In October 2017, she received the Quality Award from Northrop.
She holds both US (CPP) and Canada (CPM) Payroll certifications
Please help us honor Carolyn Hayden-Garner for her outstanding and consistent contributions that make a noticeable difference worldwide. To GOD be the Glory for all the Kingdom work she does.
Honoring a worthy vessel is Biblical.
Dear Heavenly FATHER,
Thank you for the promise of always having fearless and willing remnant workers for your beloved people. - Amen in JESUS’ Mighty name.
O. M. Nugget:
“BLACK HISTORY: A TIME TO HONOR A WORTHY BLACK VESSEL IN YOUR COMMUNITY.”
Food For Thought:
“Honor the living while they live. For when they fall into eternal sleep, nothing can be seen or heard.” -Minister Sharon Watson.