- Ministerial and Executive Leadership Development
- Individual and Group Coaching
- Executive Coaching
- Diversity and Inclusion
- Strategic Planning
- Organizational Effectiveness
- Leadership Accountability Assessment
- Workplace Relationships
- Women's Wellness
- Higher Education Administration
- Collection of Sayings of Mama 'Nem: The Wit and Wisdom of Mama, Muhdear and Othermothers
- Living Under an Imposed Sentence: Imprints From the Preaching Life of Dr. Charles E. Booth
- Dancing with Ankle Weights: Overcoming the Pain of Loss
- Women's Empowerment
- Sisters Rising! Transformed to Mirror Christ's Glory
- Walking in Newness-Sisters With a New Attitude
- Sabbath Keeping: Tending the Garden of our Minds, Bodies, and Souls
- Higher Education Administration in the Twenty-First Century
- A Competency-Based Approach to Understanding and Addressing Students'Needs in Secondary Schools
- Engaging in Crucial Conversations on Issues of Diversity: Creating Intergroup Dialogues
Dr. Betty M. Lovelace-Ross is president of The EnVision Consulting Group, a leadership management team that provides professional development and outreach services to for-profit and non-profit entities. She is a master facilitator and is DiSC certified with Wiley Everything DiSC. Additionally, Dr. Lovelace-Ross is a Certified Professional Life Coach with the Christian Coach Institute.
As a dynamic and compelling speaker, conference presenter, consultant and seminar leader, Dr. Lovelace-Ross firmly believes she has been called into the kingdom to be an instrument in assisting others to discover and achieve their greatest potential. She is an ordained minister and serves as an associate at Union Baptist Church in Durham, N.C.
Dr. Lovelace-Ross sits on a number of boards and committees and holds degrees in the following areas: Doctor of Education in Counselor Education with a concentration in cross-cultural counseling from VPI and State University, Masters degrees in Guidance Education from N.C. Agricultural and State University and Theological Studies from Trinity Luther Seminary and a Bachelor of Science degree in Social Work from N.C. Agricultural and Technical State University. She has served as adjunct faculty at Trinity Lutheran Seminary, Associate Provost and Vice President for Student Affairs at Capital University. In addition to the books she has authored, Dr. Lovelace-Ross has been a contributor to "The Invisible Work of African American Women in Higher Education, in This Bridge We call Home," and "These Sisters Can Say it, Volume 2."