Biography of Carolyn O. Mozell
Compassionate communicator, connector and bridge builder passionate about putting more kindness into the world through leadership
Having served in some of the highest levels of local government leadership for over 25 years, Carolyn has mastered the art of listening and communicating for mutual benefit, and she wants to help her clients do the same.
Carolyn has provided advice and counsel to City Council members, Mayors, and Cabinet level leaders in economic and community development, municipal budgeting, customer service delivery, and operational effectiveness.
She has held positions such as Deputy Chief of Staff for Neighborhood Economic Development and Equity, Chief of Staff, Assistant Deputy Mayor, Director of Business and Economic Development & Deputy Chief of Staff for Administration, and Fiscal Director.
Carolyn has held positions of trust in all three branches of government -- the federal, state and local governments with a U.S. Congressman, a State Delegate, a Baltimore City Councilman, two Baltimore City Mayors, and two Baltimore City Council Presidents.
She has successfully coached leadership and staff through disruption and change in political, economic, and socially sensitive environments and now uses her experience to position businesses and individuals to build better working relationships with people important to their success.
One of Carolyn's prouder moments in leadership was representing Baltimore City government in the year-long National League of Cities’ (NLC) Inaugural Leaders Lab Cohort for Mayors and Chiefs of Staff nationwide on Creating Inclusive Communities; she authored, Inclusive Home-Buying Strategies: Examining the Baltimore City Homeownership Office Incentives through an Equity Lens, which was presented at NLC’s Annual Conference.
She is a graduate of the University of Maryland College Park, BA African American Studies, Public Policy Concentration, a certified DISC Assessment Practitioner and a certified Emotional Intelligence practitioner.
Carolyn resides in Baltimore Maryland with her husband Dawyne and adopted cat, Eva