Dr. Carlton Young

He was named one of America’s most influential motivational speakers and authors and one of the best at building success by Stanford “Who’s who” (2010-2011) Dr. Young served more than twenty years in the United States Marine Corps. He served courageously in both the Gulf War and the Vietnam War, where he was awarded the “Bronze star with combat “V” for valor & the “Soldier’s Medal for Heroism” for his courageous actions and leadership in combat. He served in operation “Urgent Fury” known as the invasion of Grenada rescue mission. He attended the United States Army logistics management College Ft. Lee Virginia; Renamed the America Military University “AMU” where he studied hazardous waste, logistics and distribution management. He received is doctorates in family and child development and counseling from the North Carolina College of Theology. The Marquis “Who’s who” publications board approved Dr. Young as a subject of biographical record in Who’s who in America.