Institute for Economic and Racial Equity

Carolyn Singer

Carolyn Singer

Carolyn Singer draws from over thirty years of expertise in office management, customer service, sales, marketing, professional staffing, recruiting, teaching, training, and career counseling in the business, academic, and healthcare fields.

Currently, Carolyn is working with IERE and the Administration for Children and Families on a study of career advancement and quality jobs in health care. She is also a subcontractor for the Connecticut League for Nursing, conducting workshops on Customer Service and Diversity for the socio-economically disadvantaged entering into the healthcare profession. Carolyn is the Program Chair for the Connecticut Chapter of the Employee Assistance Professionals Association (EAPA). 

Previously, Carolyn was the Clinical Manager for an international Employee Assistance Program headquartered in Connecticut and provided, on a consultative basis, Career Transition counseling for displaced employees. She also owned and operated her own staffing business from 2006-2011. Carolyn was a member of the Adjunct Faculty Staff at Southern Connecticut State University where she taught Communication & Fundamental of Professional Presentation Courses from 1999-2010.

In 2008, Carolyn completed her Master of Science program in Counseling from Southern Connecticut State University. In the fall of 2007 and the spring of 2008 she was a Counselor-in-Training at CAMS for Leadership in Northford, Conn., a special school for the learning disengaged students in grades 7-12, where she counseled students on an individual and group basis. 

Carolyn is a member of the Connecticut Chapter of the Employee Assistance Professionals Association (EAPA), Connecticut Counseling Association (CCA), former member of Women In Business (WIB), American Staffing Association (ASA), Quinnipiac Chamber of Commerce, and former Trainer for the Customer Service Training Program for Easter Seals Goodwill Industries, and was awarded Southwestern Connecticut’s Regional Workforce Development Board Partner of the Year in 1997.