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  • Leadership Development.

    Growth is about experience and perspective. We have both to share,
    as well as my doctoral research. My clients have achieved their
    dream roles at their dream companies. Stop guessing.

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  • Coaches help you learn. Mentors show you.


    Wherever you are in your journey is correct. The true
    question is "What's next?" You are not alone and we
    we have the research and experience to support you.

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  • Help us coach and mentor more women into leadership roles.

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  • Support the Research

    Blacks only account for 3.2% of business leadership roles, while representing 12% of the population. Only 24% of computing jobs and 14% of engineering roles are held by women. We are making a difference to change these trends.

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  • You can make a difference

    Women in tech statistics shed light on the causes and effects of the gender gap in the technology business. Only 24% of computing jobs are held by women. The percentage of female STEM graduates is about 19%. Women leave the tech industry at a 45% higher rate than men.

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We target our support towards minority and female leaders.

The Dr. Ced Leadership Development Institute, Inc. ("TDCI") is a non-profit. Dr. Alford's vision is to make leadership knowledge and practice accessible to anyone within the organization's target audience with minimal economic consideration.We cannot do this without your support. You can support our vision with either a donation or engaging TDCI for leadership training, mentoring, coaching or consulting.

We see talented minority and women leaders? Why don't you?

Diversity in tech statistics show that year after year, women are underpaid and underrepresented. Women make up only 25% of computer-science related jobs, according to the Pew Research Center. Women are even less represented in engineering, making up just 14% of the workforce. Could the issue be bias or the lack of inclusiveness?

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Our coaching relationships result in
you becoming a coach for someone else.

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