Elaine Robinson Beattie is an inspirational keynote speaker, leadership coach, facilitator, and trainer.
She has spent 21-years as senior executive of fortune 500 companies in the Hospitality industry working across the US and Canada. Elaine has earned a masters degree in Leadership and Management from Montreat College and Religious Leadership from Emory University – The Candler School Theology.
Beattie has also earned the distinction of Registered Corporate Coach accredited by the Worldwide Association of Business Coaches.
She has been an adjunct faculty member of various community colleges and most recently at the University of North Carolina Asheville teaching courses on leadership, human resources, organizational behavior, and entrepreneurship.
Elaine shares her insights on leadership development, employee retention, diversity inclusion, and cultural intelligence virtually and on stage as to how to organizations can develop their “Cultural Superpowers“. She shares stories practical strategies and solutions to maximize efficiency, leadership effectiveness while demonstrating the power of embracing diversity, inclusion, and equity.
She is happily married, living in Atlanta, Georgia, with her husband, Rev. Dr. Chuck Beattie, and their beloved dog Ella Fitzgerald Robinson Beattie. Her husband is the pastor of St. Mark United Methodist Church Fairburn as well as an internationally known blues artist. They enjoy traveling, blues music, and entertaining friends.