Pamela McCauley-Bell, PhD
Tech Solutions, Inc.

Keynote Speaker
Industry Expert


 

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SPEAKING FOR:
10+ Years with average
4-12 seminars per year

FEES:

Central Florida
Orlando, Tampa Bay:

$7500 - Keynote Address


Out of area:
Same plus travel epenses

Contact Agent:
Annette Stokes
407-362-8103
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WebSite:
www.tech-solution.net

 

Dr. McCauley-Bell is a nationally recognized motivational speaker, entrepreneur, educator and technologist. Most recently, she authored “Winners Don’t Quit…Today they Call Me Doctor” and “The Winners Don’t Quit Kit”, a novel and empowerment package that inspires success academically, professionally and personally.

Dr. McCauley-Bell is President and owner of Tech-Solutions, Inc., a small business that provides technical consulting and research services to government and private industry clients. TSI specializes in the areas of operational test and evaluation, chem-bio defense, ergonomics, safety, artificial intelligence, human factors and simulation.

A tenured Associate Professor of Industrial Engineering and Management Systems at the University of Central Florida, from January 1997 to June 1999, Dr. McCauley-Bell held the position of Martin Luther King, Jr. Visiting Associate Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

A native of Oklahoma, Dr. McCauley-Bell obtained Bachelors, Masters, and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in Industrial Engineering from the University of Oklahoma. In fact, in 1993 Dr. McCauley-Bell became the first African-American female to be granted a Ph.D. in the field of Engineering in the state of Oklahoma.

Her engineering related research focus includes evaluation of development of human factors, expert systems development, fuzzy set theory, and the human impact in information security. She is the author of over 40 technical papers, book chapters and conference proceedings.

Dr. McCauley-Bell serves as a member of the editorial board for the journal of Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Sciences (TIES), Associate Editor of the Industrial Engineering Encyclopedia and regularly referees technical research papers IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, International Journal of Industrial Hygienist, the North American Fuzzy Information Processing Conference Proceedings and Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Dr. McCauley-Bell honored as an Olympic Torch Bearer – for the Olympic Torch Run for the Winter Olympic Games of 2002. Additional awards include the 2001 Summit Award honoring outstanding women in Central Florida, the 2000 Saturn Glamour “Women at their Best” Award, Women of Color in Technology Award for Educational Leadership in 1999. Her teaching efforts have also resulted in the receipt of both the College of Engineering Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching and the Teaching Incentive Program Award (TIP) in the 1996-’97 academic year. She is involved in numerous campus and community service serving as the co-advisor to the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) as well as Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS).

In 1999 she was elected to the Board of Directors for the Women in Engineering Program Advocates Network (WEPAN), a national organization that seeks to increase the presence of women in engineering. .
 

 

Most Popular Topic Titles:
 

"Success is No Mystery - The Real Deal about Success!

"The Power of SHE and WE: Women Working Together"

"Do You Really Know Who Your Father is?"
 
 

Books:

"Winners Don't Quit. . .Today they call me doctor!"
 
 

Kudos / Quotes:

“Adversity causes some people to break; others to break barriers. Pamela McCauley-Bell doesn’t just break barriers – she shatters them! “Winners Don’t Quit” is a message that should be written in every school, spoken from every pulpit and engraved on every heart. Here lies the last self help book we will ever need."
... Dr. Dennis Kimbro, Author,
“What Makes the Great Great”

"I can’t tell you how thrilled I was to introduce Dr. Pamela McCauley-Bell and Winners Don’t Quit to my team. Her passion for helping people to overcome adversity in their lives is obvious and her advice is practical and even more important, IMPLEMENTABLE and MEMORABLE."
... Mr. Tom Lakatos, Financial Advisors Mgr, Am Express

"Dr. Bell – I received your book yesterday and have already finished it. I laughed and cried and laughed and cried for hours – I am so pumped after reading it…the sky is the limit!"
... Ms. Jennifer Cooper
 

 

Affiliations:

National Society of Black Engineers
Women in Engineering Program Advocates Network
Women of Color in Technology
eWomen’s Network
Minority Alliance
National Center for Simulation Board (NCS)
Florida Research Consortium Board Member (FRC)
National Women’s Business Owners (NAWBO)
Business and Professional Women of Orlando (BPE)
BETA Board (Birth, Education, Training, Acceptance)
CITE Lighthouse for the Visually Impaired (Board member)
 

 

Topic Categories:

As a Speaker, Dr. McCauley-Bell's topics best pertain to Business, Diversity, Ethics or Values, Minority Issues, Motivational, Performance, Success, Women's Issues, Spiritual, Religion.
 

Groups Spoken For:

• Keynote Speaker – National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), 30th Annual National Convention Closing Ceremonies, Dallas, TX, March 2004
• Guest Speaker – Lockheed Martin Corporation, Winners Don’t Quit Presentation, Orlando, FL, February & March 2004
• Keynote Speaker – Society of Women Engineers (SWE) Central Florida Awards Breakfast, Orlando, FL, February 2004
• Keynote Speaker – BETA Teen Parent Program Charity Breakfast, Orlando, FL, February 2004
Keynote Speaker – National Association of Minority Engineering Program Administrators (NAMEPA) National Conference, Lake Buena Vista, FL, February 2004
• Keynote Speaker – The YaYa Network 2nd Annual Conference, Orlando, FL, February 2004)

       

 

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