Garnett Newcombe is the CEO and co-founder of Human Potential Consultants, LLC. HPC as a unique contractor for the Fed., State, Local government and non-profit organizations providing two (2) Workforce-Centered Solution Divisions that meet their needs. HPC’s WDJC-Division is an “alternative workforce solution” that works with specialized populations and underemployed individuals who require assistance with making adjustment and re-adjustments in bridging skill-gaps for meeting an employer’s current or future needs. Administrative and Facility Support Service Division: assist government agencies requiring additional support personnel in meeting their department goals. Newcombe’s biggest obstacle was convincing government and nonprofit agencies that HPC’s goal was not to replace a service, but to be used as an alternative to their already existing services. Today, HPC is established as an “alternative employment resource” for government and nonprofit agencies.
Garnett has over 20 years of experience in community outreach, recruitment and working with individuals classified as having extraordinary challenges with re-entering the workforce such as persons with disabilities, veterans, dislocated workers and formerly incarcerated persons. Her expertise in research, program management and development and, service delivery of various programs evolved while teaching as an Adjunct Professor at several So. Cal. Community Colleges and Cal. State University, Dominguez Hills for more than ten years. She is an active Count Me In for Women’s Economic Independence board member, a non-profit which focuses on women business owners succeeding to become millionaires; she was one of the 2006 awardees in Make Mine a Million Dollar Contest. She active in the Minority Bus. Enterprise Input Committee for the So. Cal, Minority Bus. Development Council and a member of the American Sociological Assoc.