Dawn Marie Roller, Owner/Founder Weak2Stronger, LLC
I am a Corporate Connector & Innovator, Talent & Organizational Leader, Educational & Cyber Expert, Speaker with Global Impact, Million Women Mentor, Weak2Strong & Weak2Stronger Founder/Owner. Dawn Marie Roller maxes out life in the fast lane personally and professionally. Dawn is a 25-year veteran in the corporate world, 15 year veteran at owning and running businesses and a 12 year veteran of Higher Education. Dawn exudes a passion for driving results through innovative solutions. With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Asperger Syndrome as a talent, Dawn challenges the people she works with to innovate, think deeper and move faster. Dawn is committed to excellence and will go the extra mile for integrity. As a cyber executive and owner/founder of Weak2Stronger.com Dawn thinks outside the box whether one skill or a full master’s degree, the division spans domestic and global positioned partners. In finding Weak2Strong Ministry and Weak2Stronger Accountability Dawn assists people to improve physically, mentally, financially and spiritually.
Dawn has assisted leaders within many industry realms to address Human Capital Management challenges, mental health needs with self or team, motivational challenges and financial challenges. As a hobby coach Dawn helps professional leaders to holistically improve performance over the whole life enhancing employment bottom lines. Dawn took classes for a Doctor in Business, Global Organization Effectiveness. Dawn earned her Masters of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix in 2009. Dawn holds a ministry license in the State of Missouri and has flight hours toward piloting. In addition, Dawn has a magnitude of certifications and completion courses in a multitude of subject areas. Dawn currently serves as a founding member, Board of Directors for the Cybersecurity and Security Operations Institute for University of Phoenix and has served on leadership boards for A.C.E. (Association of Contemporary Executives). Dawn is a charter member for Epsilon Pi Tau technology honor society Delta Sigma Chapter, speaker/moderator for Argyle Executive Forums and a presenter for Innovation Leader. Dawn supports community action for GO61, American Heart Association, Disabled Veterans of America, Shoes for Souls, Food for the Hungry, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, March of Dimes, American Cancer Society and Paralyzed Veterans of Missouri.