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Dr. Hamaria Crockett

Fractional Chief Learning Officer

Dr. Hamaria Crockett isn't your run-of-the-mill career and leadership consultant – she's like the Mary Poppins of it, infusing every workplace transformation with a touch of magic. With over 20 years of experience and a background as a former tech executive responsible for learning and development worldwide, Dr. Hamaria brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to her role as an Industrial Organizational Psychologist, and certified ICF coach.


Dr. Hamaria loves flying in and conducting innovative keynotes and workshops that will leave the audience wanting more. Her dynamic presentations and interactive sessions are designed to inspire and engage, making a lasting impact on all attendees.


Her approach has earned her a spot on the TEDx stage, where she delivered inspiring talks such as "Don't Let People Should On You" and "Adapting to Your Own Authenticity." Additionally, she offers signature programs as part of the Bright Place™ initiative, further solidifying her commitment to making workplaces brighter and more inclusive.

Featured in prestigious publications such as the Wall Street Journal and New York Post, Dr. Hamaria is known for her insightful contributions to the world of LinkedIn, where she shares her model, "Make the Workplace Bright™" through a weekly newsletter. As an award-winning author and captivating keynote speaker, she has shared her expertise on organizational culture, inclusion, mindset management, and authenticity with audiences across diverse industries worldwide, including military, healthcare, government, and technology.

With a doctorate in human services focusing on industrial organizational psychology from Capella University, along with master's and bachelor's degrees from Eastern Illinois University, Dr. Hamaria is driven by her passion to foster healthier, more vibrant workplaces for all. Empowering individuals and organizations alike, she's on a mission to transform lives and workplaces, one bright idea at a time.

Dr. Hamaria Crockett
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