Gayle Newcomb has experience in procurement, negotiations, mediation and conflict resolution, economic development strategies and training. Project management, public forum coordination, community outreach, and research/project reporting. Management background includes budgeting, goal setting, contracts, business and tactical planning, strategic planning, policy development, and internal/external customer/supplier interaction.
Gayle Newcomb received a BS in Physics from Xavier University of Louisiana and a BS in Electrical Engineering from Southern University and A & M College. Newcomb joined the United States Peace Corp as a Volunteer, where she worked with At-Risk Youth in Jamaica, West Indies. Ms. Newcomb worked for the Federal Government in the Department of Health and Human Services.
Ms. Newcomb is the President of the Women’s Innovation Group and Director of Supplier Diversity for the Asian American Business Association
Knowing you need to get a small task done to meet your goal is far less stressful and easier to imagine than getting everything done to reach your goal in one sitting so that you’re more likely to jump in and get it done.