Carol Mersch is a highly successful entrepreneur who has served at the helm of several highly successful companies and has succeeded in gaining the attention of major industry leaders in virtually every aspect of business she touches.

She has a proven track record for bringing focus and energy to any challenge.  Her involvement in community and civic endeavors has earned her recognition from local as well as national organizations as noted in the New York Times in August, 2000.  As a writer, agent, and now head of her own publishing agency, she has succeeded in effectively transferring her extensive information systems experience to the publishing world.

Seasoned in all facets of business management, she succeeded in formulating, developing,  and navigating ProvidenceWorks LLC, an entrepreneurial group of pastors, professionals, and authors, into a successful writer’s agent/publishing business.  The organization has agreements for publication of a variety of books.  In addition to currently serving as President of ProvidenceWorks LLC, Carol is an independent writer and agent, pursuing story lines that contribute awareness and lend focus to leading figures and issues.

Carol holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Oklahoma State University, with graduate courses in law. She was selected as a member of the Phi Kappa Phi national honorary scholastic society representing the upper 3% of the student body.

With considerable experience at the executive level with several major corporations, she co-founded three successful computer and Internet-related businesses between 1989 and 2000. All three businesses were sold in late 1999 and early 2000.

Carol has authored numerous articles for national trade publications, including a widely accepted manual for use in the information systems field.