Dr. Rubin Cockrell
Dr. Cockrell is an International Speaker, Author, Entrepreneur and Professor. Dr. Cockrell serves as CEO of Positive Images & Associates.
Dr. Rubin Cockrell
Dr. Cockrell’s Personal Mission Statement- To educate, enrich, and enhance people’s lives so that they may achieve their goals.
Dr. Cockrell’s Personal Slogan- “Failure is not an Option, Excuses are not Acceptable, and Excellence must be a way of Life.”
Dr. Rubin Cockrell is an International Speaker, Author, Entrepreneur and Professor.
Dr. Cockrell serves as CEO of Positive Images & Associates (www.imagepositive.com), a global firm that specializes in educational leadership, empowerment, and management consulting for clients in over forty five countries around the world.
Dr. Cockrell went from being on the verge of being locked up for 15 to 20 years federal time for illegal activities at the age of 20 to having four degrees, Dean of a University and starting a global consulting company by the age of 26. Dr. Cockrell prides himself in the ability to work with people from the “street to the elite” the “classroom to the boardroom”.
In his role with the Nashville, TN-based company, Dr. Cockrell trains global business leaders, college students, government entities and church groups to implement tools for achieving excellence and quality productivity within their personal life and their organization all across the world.
Before launching Positive Images & Associates, Dr. Cockrell spent years gaining experience in his field by working with Nashville-area churches, businesses, and educational institutions. It was through these experiences that Dr. Cockrell developed a special interest in exposing youth and adults to goal setting techniques and interpersonal development skills.Dr. Cockrell graduated from Fisk University in Nashville, TN with a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Business, with an emphasis on Finance and Management. He then continued on to receive a Masters in Educational Administration (M.Ed) in Educational Administration from the Tennessee State University. Dr. Cockrell received the distinguished Southern Regional Educational Board Doctoral Scholars Fellowship. Dr. Cockrell made history at Tennessee State University receiving his doctorate degree in two in half years. Dr. Cockrell also has received a leadership certificate endorsement through the Harvard University-Strayer University Leadership Consortium Program.
In addition, Dr. Cockrell remains involved with numerous boards within the U.S. and overseas; Dr. Cockrell is actively involved with mentoring youth and adults across the country.
In 2010 Dr. Cockrell was considered as one of the top alumni of the National Youth Sports Program in the country. Dr. Cockrell was selected as a member of 2012 Who’s Who amongst Covington’s International Business Leaders, and 2012 Who’s Who amongst International Educator.
Dr. Cockrell’s current book, “The Hidden Curriculum” Life Lessons You Won’t Learn in a Classroom is currently represented in businesses, governmental organizations and educational sectors in forty-five countries around the world and still growing. Dr. Cockrell will be releasing two new books in the summer and fall of 2013.
Dr. Cockrell is a member of several educational and service organizations, and a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. He enjoys traveling, attending sporting events, and throughout his life, Dr. Cockrell has demonstrated a caliber of leadership well beyond his years. Recognized as a man from humble beginnings, he is a teacher, humanitarian, businessman, community volunteer. Dr. Cockrell is an anointed man of God, who is determined to be a true change agent in this society and world.
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