Excelling as a consultant for a number of years, Dr. Glenn Thomas Carson has accrued a wealth of knowledge, driven by past experience in the fields of real estate, history, religion, academia, finance and the nonprofit sector. Alongside his current consultancy role, he has served a myriad of organizations, including Christian Education for the Blind in Fort Worth, Texas, the Carolina First Bank, Allstate Insurance Company, Charleston Southern University, the Christian Church of Greater Kansas City, the Disciples Historical Society and Metropolitan Properties.

Alongside these endeavors, Dr. Carson has consulted with various writers and has lent his voice to written works, having penned several books, advertisements and grants for nonprofit fundraising. Some of his acclaimed books include “The Eternity Principle: Finding God in this World and the Next,” “Finding the Right Path: Five Tips for Making Decisions that Work for You,” “Histories: Voices from the Past Still Speak” and “House on the Rock: The Seven Building Blocks of Christianity.”

Dr. Carson is the founder and first president of the College of Coastal Georgia Alumni Association and is currently aligned with the National Park Foundation, the Community Association Institute, and the Coastal Georgia Historical Society, among others.

Earlier in his career, Dr. Carson studied at several universities, including Valdosta State University and the College of Coastal Georgia. He holds a Master of Divinity and a Doctor of Philosophy from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, as well as a Doctor of Theology from the Providence Theological School. Furthermore, Dr. Carson holds certification in fundraising management and as a manager of community associations.

Attributing his success to the support and encouragement of his parents and family, Dr. Carson cites the highlight of his career to be his 35-year marriage to his wife and the success of his son. Looking toward the future, Dr. Carson intends to ease into a well-deserved retirement and devote his spare time to consulting nonprofits.

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