Nicole Dickens has more than 15 years of Fortune 100 management experience in strategic planning and analysis, new product introductions, and financial management. She has developed high functioning teams in both spin-off and merger environments, and successfully executed the implementation of business process and controls. She also consults in developing nations to help SMBs grow as a means of dealing with poverty and unemployment within these nations. She has teamed up with other colleagues to develop various products and services around helping people live authentic, impactful lives in the marketplace that is consistent with their belief systems. She has also held various positions on the boards of non-profits, including Board Chair. Nicole received an MBA from the Ross School at the University of Michigan and a B.S. in Commerce from the McIntire School at the University of Virginia. She is currently the founder of Zoetica, Inc., a company seeking to bridge the gap between faith and innovation by helping bring new ideas to life and is on the managing team of Passion Talks, International.
Nicole has served the Body of Christ through various ministries and is active in her local church. She is also a group leader for Bible Study Fellowship International. Passionate about seeing women operate in their full, post-Cross potential, you will find her committing time and resources to helping women walk out the fullness of their lives in Christ. She also thinks she’s successfully mastered the art of aunting (a great gig if you can get it, by the way).