Rebecca Collier

Rebecca Collier

Master Trainer

 Trainer Certification:

  DC&A licensed Trainer and Master Trainer for most programs
 Corporate Training Experience:

  Ms. Collier has been in both Sales and Global Support Services roles for DC&A, developing client relationships and solutions, conducting trainer development, and globally supporting the franchisee network. Over the years, she has worked with organizations in Manufacturing, Technology and Communications, Health Care, Retail, and Government Organizations. Among her clients are: Northrop Grumman, Solar Turbines, Wal-Mart, Computer Associates, Scripps Hospital, Roche Pharmaceuticals, U.S. Border Patrol, U.S. Navy Seals and the U.S. Marine Corps. Her international experience includes training and supporting global implementations of DC&A solutions in North America, Europe and Asia.
In addition to these roles, Ms. Collier was involved in curriculum development projects and was a member of the DC&A Rapid Response Trainer Team.
 Industry Experience:

  Ms. Collier has been in the Performance Improvement field for over 16 years. Before joining Dale Carnegie & Associates, Inc. (DC&A) in 1990, she worked in the finance sector for 20 years. During that time, she represented a major insurance carrier and several national investment organizations, ultimately serving as Regional Vice President prior to joining DC&A.
Current Responsibilities:
Ms. Collier is currently a Master Trainer, conducting certification events to license trainers who deliver Dale Carnegie Training. She works with franchisees throughout the DC&A network which encompasses 70 countries and over 30 languages.
She contributes to:
Developing and assessing trainer candidates in a wide range of DC&A programs
Conducting annual trainer certification events
Supporting local franchisee delivery of DC&A programs
 Client Experience:

 Language Capability:


  B.S. in Liberal Arts from Regents College
Certified DC&A Trainer and Master Trainer in most programs
Executive Program Graduate – London Business School, Oxford University and Harvard Business School