“Wherever you go, no matter what the weather, always bring your own sunshine.” — Anthony J. D’Angelo
Meet our founder, Caleb Wray. He started this company with the vision of helping to make individuals, businesses, and non-profits better while sharing his expertise. Read a note from him below:
Thank you for taking the time to view our website. I never imagined opening a consulting and training business. A few good friends encouraged me to go down this path, and here I am. As they would tell you, I’m never afraid to share my opinion. If I believe that something is not working, then I will tell you exactly what I believe should change. I truly believe that unless you are behind the change you’ll never grow. My goal is to ensure that you are presented all the facts and opinions about your situation. It is your decision whether or not to accept or reject those ideas. Let us know how we can help you find solutions for a brighter future.
I have worked in roles involving customer service for the last fifteen years. In that time, I have served as a public librarian, youth counselor, private tutor, IT technician, trainer (business administration), tax preparer, and minister. I currently am an evangelist with a congregation in Middle Tennessee. I am also a Senior Tax Analyst with a tax firm. Through my years of service, I have presented on a wide assortment of platforms, built partnerships with professionals and businesses, wrote business and technology plans, written and critiqued policies, and more.
In my tenure with the State of Tennessee, I served on committees for revising plans with other stakeholders. Through community service I have been a bookkeeper for local non-profit agencies, assisted with public relations, managed several teams of volunteers, etc.
I have served on continuing education (CE) boards over the last several years and currently hold a seat on the CE committee of the South-East Library Association. I am also a current board member of the Tennessee Friends of the Library.
In previous years, I have worked with workforce development boards, downtown community associations, civic organizations, local governments, state government, and the federal government.