Rev. Carolyn Wilkins is an international speaker, business consultant and interfaith and intercultural activist in programs, locally and globally. She is a faculty instructor of Agape University and a core member of the Agape Leadership Council. Rev. Carolyn is a staff minister of the Agape International Spiritual Center where she serves as the director of their GlobalWorks Ministry managing philanthropic, interfaith and intercultural humanitarian and educational programs to promote peace and humanity in the world.
Rev. Wilkins leads community programs as President and Co-chair of the Culver City Interfaith Alliance, and as a facilitator for the Institute for Nonviolence Los Angeles. She is an advisor to international humanitarian leaders including Brother Ishmael Tetteh of the Etherean Mission in Ghana, Frederick Ndabaramire and Jessica McCall of the Ubumwe Center in Rwanda, Jane Ekayu of Children of Peace Uganda, and Patrick Chamusso of Two Sisters Orphanage in South Africa. She has delivered spiritual, leadership and business workshops throughout the U.S. and in Ghana, Senegal, England, Italy, Mexico, Brazil, Bermuda and South Africa.
For the past fifteen years, she has been speaking about and teaching inclusion, empowerment, leadership, nonviolence and the art of forgiveness to a variety of groups all over the world, including religious leaders and spiritual seekers, educators, professionals and members of the business community. She is an accomplished business executive experienced in planning, marketing, organizational development, fundraising and event/project management. She is the executive producer of two internet radio shows, the producer of a meditation CD series, active in women’s empowerment circles and the author of an upcoming book entitled “Peace, Hope and Happiness: A World of Possibilities”.