Dr. Eunice B. Gwanmesia , CEO

Dr. Eunice B. Gwanmesia

is a registered nurse.
She is a Diversity and Inclusion Consultant, Educator, Author, Certified Life and Professional Coach, Philanthropist, and Speaker.
She is the Founder and President of the Caregiver Support Foundation, Inc.
a non- profit organization for family caregivers from diverse backgrounds whose mission is to promote, advocate

and provide resources for family caregivers.

She is also the Founder and CEO of Eunity Solutions
a consulting company that provides diversity and inclusion education.
This company also provides a platform for audiences to engage, empower and embrace cultural differences​ to build better, stronger and more productive communities.
She is a nationally recognized Worldwide Leader in Healthcare and a well sought after dynamic speaker.

She has given keynote speeches, facilitated workshops

and spoken across many diverse platforms to include the Harvard Faculty Club, Business Expert Forum.
She first learned the value of becoming culturally and socially proficient while attending
the French-speaking University of Yaounde.

At age 21

she dropped out of university because she refused to step out of her comfort zone and learn a different language.

Dr. Eunice’s relentless, determined, and purposeful mindset has been shaped by failures experienced in her life. In her book, “Cultural Awareness: A Strategy That Can Influence Your Journey To Success” she shares her personal journey and how cultural awareness played a defining role in her ability to achieve her goals. Also, she cites her 5P Formula as her road map to success: Purpose, Passion, Patience, Persistence, and Perseverance. She also has co-authored a book, ” Little Girls Dreams Metamorphosis To Women Realities: A Collaboration of Inspirations.

Dr. Eunice has been a nurse for 21 years and a former University Professor for 13 years. She has been a mother and caregiver to her special son for 20 years and five years ago she assumed 24-hour care for her 82-year-old dad. Her experiences as a caregiver and her passion for caring led to the founding of her caregiving charity and the creation of a curriculum on helping family caregivers learn strategies to prevent burnout and live a healthy lifestyle while taking care of the ones they love.
She holds a Master of Science in Nursing Leadership and a Master of Science in Healthcare Administration and has earned a Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing Education. She is a member of the International Nurses Association and the NGO Committee Chair of Education and Culture for Delaware African and Caribbean Coalition. She has earned several awards including induction into the Institute of Excellence of the National Black Nurses Association and she has been recognized as a Worldwide Leader in Healthcare.
She loves giving back to her community and when not working as a nurse, coaching or speaking and spending quality time with family, she is volunteering. Despite all her accomplishments, her most valuable is being a mother of two wonderful and beautiful children Keith and Kaitlin Gwanmesia. She enjoys cooking, traveling and shopping.
Vision
To maximize corporate and organizational team performances, increase retention, and improve internal and external customer relations and overall employee engagement and satisfaction by increasing cultural awareness and the power of diversity and inclusion.
Mission
To provide a fresh perspective on cultural awareness that gives leaders and employees the tools they need to expand their capacity to achieve success together, using my 5 P Success Formula: Purpose, Passion, Patience, Persistence and Perseverance.
Sponsors
Value
To Create synergistic relationships that unleash students/employee potential giving companies and organizations a global competitive advantage.
Philosophy
  • Every human can become successful if they stay focused and work hard on their God given talents.
  • Every human has something unique and magical about them because that is how God created each of us.
  • Every human is in full control of their destiny and to bring real change in your life, it must begin with you.
  • Human and cultural differences are superficial, man-made, easily overcome and with time, understanding, and effort, they can be overcome almost as if they were never there at all.
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