Dr. Carter explores society's perception of age on leadership and success.
Dr. David W. Carter is a historian, best-selling author and educator, specializing in military and social history. Dr. Carter has earned the reputation of a Servant Leader, having served in the United States Air Force as a combat engineer, as a Kansas police officer, and in a variety of higher education institutions to include his current position at Washburn University as the Farley Visiting Professor of Ethics and Leadership.
With numerous awards to his credit—the Iraq Campaign Medal, the Army Commendation Medal, the Real Men, Real Heroes Award, and the Bronze Wreath of Merit, among others—Dr. Carter’s past work reveals the ability to lead and attain results. His previous work has appeared on multiple news and media outlets and, most recently, C-SPAN’s Book TV, which highlighted his best-selling book, Mayday Over Wichita.
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