About the Author

Carrie Devone has a unique background spanning from corporate marketing to education. She obtained her MBA from Lawrence Tech and her BA in Mass Communications from Xavier University of Louisiana.

Currently Carrie is the Business Management and International Business Management Instructor at Mott Community College in Flint, MI. Previously, she was an Adjunct Professor at The Art Institute, International Academy of Design & Technology (IADT) and Marygrove College, where she taught marketing and business courses. On the corporate level, Carrie worked at Ford Motor Company, Chase, Sears Holdings, Inc. and Burrell Advertising.

Carrie encourages her students to become life-long learners. Her philosophy is based on building strong and lasting relationships focused on the foundation of mutual respect and integrity.

Her interests include: working out, reading, attending sporting events and spending time with her family and friends.



8 thoughts on “About the Author”

    1. I loved your blog on Attitude Carrie, you might not remember me, I went to Oak Park with you, and I believe your brother was Greg. I think that blog is great, I am going to look at it again, really good tips. I have a future non-profit organization, and I really need to hear that type of message. Keep posting positive blogs, and continued blessings, and success to you. F.A.I.T.H (Fathers Are In The Home) fathersareinthehome.com


      1. Thanks for your comments Steven and I’m glad you found the blog helpful. We are hosting a seminar in June for entrprenuers and people making a career change, I think you will find it helpful. Stay tuned! And yes, I remember you and I do have a brother named Greg.


  1. I loved “It’s All About Attitude!” Am tremendously impressed with your blogs. Each one touches my heart. The flow of the waterfall… POWERFUL! Your writing and thoughts flow together. I look forward to reading more of your blogs ….and….
    Welcome Back!


  2. Carrie, well done! Your blog items have helped me remember that tough times/challenges are temporary and ultimately meant to teach you something. Thank you.



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