Renee Collins, M.Ed.
Renee Collins-Vogler, M.Ed., has over thirty years of experience in the organizational effectiveness, diversity and inclusion, and human resource development fields. She serves as an executive coach, organizational consultant, facilitator, presenter, mentor, career development, and team development coach.
Renee partners with senior executives, training managers, diversity and inclusion teams, and quality action groups to assess current needs and identify barriers to organizational growth and performance. Renee utilizes creative and unique approaches to design, develop, and facilitate any training programs that may evolve from the needs assessment process.
Renee holds a master’s degree in executive human resources development from Xavier University, and a bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Kentucky. Her background includes experience as an organizational effectiveness and performance improvement manager in the distribution and integrated supply industry with corporate strategic planning responsibilities. She has facilitated learning and led organizational development functions at the executive management levels and has initiated various human resource development and corporate university start-up activities.
Renee partners with senior executives, training managers, and quality action teams to assess current needs and identify barriers to organization growth and performance. Renee utilizes creative and unique approaches to design, develop, and/or facilitate any training programs that may evolve from the needs assessment process.
Renee is the President and Owner of Collins Consulting Group; Listen Locally, LLC; and Executive Director and President of Room 17 Productions, a nonprofit organization that promotes music education. Renee is a co-chair of the University of Kentucky School of Music Alumni. Renee manages The Sara Holroyd Oral History Project, The “I Am Diversity” Oral History Project, and The University of Kentucky Cheerleader Oral History Projects at the University of Kentucky Louie B Nunn Center for Oral History. She has also facilitated career development courses for incoming freshman at the University of Kentucky and currently serves as an unconscious bias trainer for the university.