Carol Rubel brings a unique combination of talents to both The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education Board of Directors and The Wright Center for Patient and Community Engagement, drawing on her career in public education as well as her experience as a community activist and volunteer.
Strong communication skills, proven achievement in problem-solving strategies and an aptitude for program design – as well as a deep commitment to making as many things better for as many people as possible – are the benchmarks of her work in public education and private consulting.
A nationally recognized speaker and author, Carol believes in the inherent potential of individuals, all of whom need to be sustained and mentored as they work to become their “best selves.” Her career accomplishments include creating the vision behind a nationally recognized educational model for at-risk teens. In her role in higher education, Carol continues to supervise and mentor beginning teachers; she also coaches school leaders in problem-solving and decision-making. Through the years, Carol’s public service to nonprofits has allowed her to share her skill sets of program design, participant engagement and assessment of outcomes.