Carole Redden

Carole Redden

Chief Change Officer

Change Your Channel

Mesa, AZ USA

Embrace you. Do you, and when you’re in that space of happiness, the things that you want to manifest will come to you because you’re in a high vibration. They have no choice.


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Carole Redden


My road in life has been direct.
I like to think, talk, have meaningful conversations, and help people, so I decided that becoming a college professor would be a good fit for me.
I earned my bachelor’s and master’s degrees in communications from Arizona State University.
After starting my career in higher education, I went to Rio Salado College to gain some teacher training tools and boost my skills.
I’ve spent my career teaching college and taking on leadership roles where I could help people, including jobs as an academic advisor, assistant director of education, and director of career services.
In every job I’ve held, I took the initiative to do more than was asked of me, which has helped me gain the skills necessary to move forward in my career.
I currently work as an academic advisor and communication adjunct faculty member for Maricopa Community Colleges.
Additionally, I started my own personal and professional development business, Change Your Channel, through which I help people change their thoughts to live happier and healthier lives.
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High School
Arizona State University
Communication Studies
Arizona State University
Secondary Education
Rio Salado College
Organizational Leadership
Grand Canyon University
Educational Leadership Studies
Wilkes University


Chief Change Officer

I teach communication classes and manage my own personal and professional development business.

Career Roadmap

My work combines:
My work combines:
Teaching / Mentoring

Day to Day

I spend a lot of my day meeting with students, providing direct support, and having great conversations about what they want to do, what they like to do, and how their classes are going. Most of my work involves meetings and emails. I also teach a communications class, which includes grading students' classwork as well. Finally, I put some kind of energy into my own business each day. That can mean filming something, creating content, or working on my website.

Advice for Getting Started

Here's the first step for everyone

Find volunteer opportunities. That's the best way to gain hands-on experience, bolster your resume, and meet people who can open doors for you in the future.


The Noise I Shed

From Myself:

"I don't know if I'm ready to take on leadership roles."

Challenges I Overcame

Gangs / Violence
Physical Issues
Mental Health Issues