Strategist and management consultant focused on linking America’s recovery to a “Green Collar” Agenda of developing cutting-edge technology to combat issues of environmental crises/justice and training underserved communities as the next generation of technologists in support of these sectors.
By Keith W. Cooley, CEO, Principia, LLC “If there is neither excessive wealth nor immoderate poverty in a nation, then justice may be said to prevail.” – Thales Executive Summary: Once believed to be a powerful tool to slow … Continue reading →
Being successful means different things to different people but all of us, in one way or another, measure it in both financial terms (how much money we make) and the recognition we get for it. Some might even throw in … Continue reading →
In blog post #2 I suggested that at-risk students CAN successfully graduate from our institutions of higher learning IF they are given the support they need and the chance they deserve. Evidence of that success can be seen in a … Continue reading →
In my first blog post I offered that America will run out of an educated, knowledge-base driven workforce within the next 20-25 years, in part, because of our own inability to train America’s future composite majority; Blacks, Hispanics, Arab Americans… … Continue reading →
Blog Post #1: Tomorrow’s Future Workforce (When Minority becomes Majority)… As a young teen in Pontiac, Michigan one of my favorite daydreams was of going back in time… the 1860’s … the “Wild West”. I’d be equipped with the latest technology… … Continue reading →
Excerpts from “When Minorities Become the Majority – The Vision for 2050:” by Dr. Leonard Greenhalgh “Census data leave no doubt that minorities are rapidly increasing as a proportion of the total United States population. … Minorities will become the … Continue reading →
Three years ago I formed the management consulting firm Principia LLC to play a small but significant role in: 1. Accelerating the pace at which we guide America through its economic recovery 2. Alerting the country to the increasing benefits … Continue reading →