Deborah J. Evans

Deborah J. Evans

Deborah J. Evans is Chief Executive Officer of the Human Resource Management Firm – Walter Canyon Consulting L.L.C (WCC) a certified minority & woman owned business.
WCC strives to make significant contributions in Human Resource Management (HRM). WCC service offerings include: Workforce Management, Community Inclusion, Talent Management, and Employee Training.

With a passion to be creative and innovative, Deborah’s experience and team approach to consulting offers a more creative yet balanced approached to customer service. Deborah has authored and executed “Inclusion Readiness” an exclusive product from Walter Canyon Consulting that explores the tolerance of cultural differences of all people and prepares the workforce for a diverse and inclusive culture. Inclusion Readiness (IR) a visionary concept, is now lectured and included in corporate and organizational strategic plans across America.

Deborah’s management expertise spans the full range of operational functions – HR, IT, P&L, Accounting, and Customer Service in various multibillion-dollar corporations, non-profits, educational institutions and governmental sectors. In addition to visionary strategic planning, Deborah and her team at WCC also generates cutting-edge curriculum-based workshops that significantly improves overall employee performance and commitment.

Deborah proudly extends her leadership acuity to her community and has a true passion for charitable endeavors benefitting children and young adults. Deborah grew up in the city of Detroit and holds a baccalaureate of science degree in accounting and finance from the prestigious historical black college – Tuskegee University and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) with a concentration in Management and Finance from Walsh College.

Cafe 101: The Color of HealthCARE: Our Women, Our Color, Our Story

Room 201

Despite initiatives, training, and efforts to increase awareness, the impact of implicit bias continues to be at the root cause of the disproportionate rate of maternal mortality experienced by women of color nationally and in Michigan. Health care disparities continue to exist in every area of maternal and infant health, and appear to be a […]

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Cafe 101: The Color of HealthCARE: Our Women, Our Color, Our Story (Repeat)

Room 201

Despite initiatives, training, and efforts to increase awareness, the impact of implicit bias continues to be at the root cause of the disproportionate rate of maternal mortality experienced by women of color nationally and in Michigan. Health care disparities continue to exist in every area of maternal and infant health, and appear to be a […]

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