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Dr. Carter D. Womack Returns as Associate Publisher of Who’s Who In Black Columbus

Columbus, OH – Who’s Who In Black Columbus is excited to announce the return of Dr. Carter D. Womack as its Associate Publisher. Dr. Carter D. Womack, the Chief Operating Officer of Who’s Who In Black, brings his extensive experience and a profound commitment to community enrichment to the Who’s Who In Black Columbus publication.

“I am deeply privileged to extend my service as the Associate Publisher of Who’s Who In Black Columbus. This platform not only highlights the remarkable talents and accomplishments within our community but also serves as a beacon of inspiration for many and a robust connector,” said Womack.

Dr. Womack boasts a distinguished professional trajectory, having contributed his expertise to esteemed organizations across various industries, including The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company (Manager of EEO/Diversity), Ryder Systems, Inc. (Director of Employee Relations), Blockbuster, Inc. (VP of Human Resources), THE BLACK COLLEGIAN magazine (Senior VP of Sales), Value City Department Stores (Executive VP of HR), and Viacom, Inc./Viacom Retail Stores (VP of HR).

Renowned for his visionary leadership, he rallied Black Men in Columbus, Ohio, to establish the BLACK MEN’S VOTING COLLECTIVE. This initiative spearheaded a campaign advocating Black Men’s involvement in voting to uphold Women’s rights to make autonomous decisions regarding their bodies, aptly branded as “Their Body Their CHOICES!”

His affiliations span numerous national, state, and local organizations, including Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., where he served as National Director of Education and held the esteemed position of 27th and 29th International President. Additionally, he served as the 28th National President of the National Pan-Hellenic Council and Chairman of the Phi Beta Sigma Educational Foundation. His impactful contributions have been recognized by Ebony Magazine, listing him among the 100 Most Influential African Americans for six consecutive years. In 1990, he was honored with induction into the inaugural Alumni Hall of Fame for Alabama A&M University.

Presently, he maintains active membership in esteemed bodies such as the Society of Human Resources Management, National Cancer Society (as a Volunteer), Alabama A&M University Alumni Association (as a Life Member), and the National Association of African Americans in Human Resources. He is also a member of The New Salem Baptist Church in Columbus, Ohio.

Hailing from Greenville, AL, he is the son of the late Matthew and Jessie Womack.


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