Executive Director of the Human Rights Education Institute Thomas Carter will speak at the North Idaho College Booster Club Luncheon Tuesday, May 29.
Carter, who assumed the executive director position in February, brings more than 20 years of experience in education, business development and training to his current position at HREI. He has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Gonzaga University, a master’s degree in teaching from Whitworth College and has established himself as a leader and innovator in the field of behavioral education. Thomas has traveled extensively to offer leadership and communication training seminars, is an advocate for diversity and human rights, and understands how to make a business run successfully.
Before joining the United States Marine Corp out of high school, Carter played defensive end for the East Valley High School football team in Spokane, which won the state championship in 1981. He also played baseball, boxed and wrestled. He coached two high school wrestlers who placed at nationals in that sport and currently coaches boxing.
The NIC Booster Club meets on the second and last Tuesday of the month at noon. The public is welcome to attend. The cost of lunch is not covered.