Janice Bishop-Carter is a strategic and transformational leader. She is a published author and speaker. She has a BA Business Administration/Management and Master of Science in Conflict Management from Sullivan University in Louisville, Kentucky. She is a licensed Real Estate & Insurance Agent. She is a consultant for her business Arm Communication Group, LLC since 2007.
Janice uses her consciousness, of Conflict Styles to help expand businesses and personal relationships. In her former career as Telecommunications Coordinator, for Jefferson County Police, Fire, and Emergency Medical dispatch services, she managed multiple policies and procedures for 17 fire departments, police and EMS. She was the contact person to address the communications complaints for Jefferson County. She retired in 2002, after 29 years of community service.
Janice is a 1967 Graduate of Louisville Male High School and a 2017 Hall of Fame Inductee for documented achievements after high school. The achievements include a published author, 6-years, 3 term, and second female elected President of Louisville Branch NAACP (1998-2004). During her leadership memberships increased from 400 to 1500, in fifteen months. The University of Louisville, NAACP College Chapter reinstated. In addition, community issues addressed created and passed multiple branch resolutions, involving Health Advocacy, Economic Fair Share and the Kentucky HB99 Advance Directive for Mental Health Treatment.
Janice enjoys working with others to combine their knowledge and experience to help manage strengths, weakness, opportunities or threats to help build sustainable resolutions and community organizations.