Lawrenceville, GAPsalm 107: 23 - 24

Elizabeth B. Copeland

Leadership and Team Development Coach

 "Empowering People to be Leaders"  

Beth Copeland.jpgElizabeth Bailey Copeland has been self-employed since 1998, empowering people to be leaders in her role as a Leadership and Team Development Coach, as well as, a Business Consultant. Currently, she serves as the Executive Director of Georgia Christian Business Network and God's People Ministry, Inc. She has a passionate desire to enlighten individuals of their awesome responsibility to walk in leadership. Beth is a magnetic presenter; captivating the audience and stimulating action for positive change. She has been successful in partnering with local and national organizations to facilitate cultural change, acquire next-level leadership skills and to develop a champion attitude. In January 14Beth has been a resident of Lawrenceville for a cumulative of 44 years; she presently resides there along with Jerome, her husband of 33 years. They have been blessed with four children and a precious granddaughter, Autumn.

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Beth has 25+ years experience in corporate America. Her previous positions held include HR Manager, Team Developer & Trainer, SE Regional Credit & Collections, Billing and Customer Service Manager of a GE Capital Business. Beth's education background includes HR Management, Logos Christian College; Training and HR Development Certification Program, University of GA; Fundamentals of Human Resource Management, American Management Association (AMA); How to Train Adults, AMA; Training the Trainer, AMA. Business Startup: God’s People Ministry, Inc. (501c3).

Business Clients include the State of Georgia Department of Voc. Rehab, AMEN, Inc., Coldwell Banker RMR, Eastern Star Fellowship, and Hilton Hotels; a host of Churches and Executive Coaching Clients.

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"Some go down to the sea and travel over it in ships to do business in great waters; these see the works of the Lord and His wonders in the deep." Psalm 107: 23 - 24

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