Culture Incorporated is a 501(c)3 committed to delivering personal and professional results, through creative, cutting edge strategies.
The Culture Incorporated Team will use our collective, creative powers to seek out and seize opportunities to change the world by improving the quality of life for everyone we encounter along the way. We sew of seeds of hope, love, and self acceptance through coaching, workshops, retreat,s and classes that break the chains of depression, transcend victimhood, fear and self-limiting beliefs.
Through creative and therapeutic workshops, transformational assignments, motivational performances and strategic planning sessions, we give you the tools you need to maximize your personal and professional relationships. We provide you with methods to put in place through which you can achieve the abundance you deserve. We work with you to create your bounty step by step.
Tony is a native of Des Moines, Iowa. He holds a Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education from Central College, a Masters Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Drake University, and a Bachelors Degree in Holistic Health Sciences from the International Quantum University of Integrated Medicine. He retired from the Des Moines Public Schools in December of 2001 after 30 years of service, holding positions as a teacher, assistant principal, educational coordinator, and site coordinator. Tony also retired from the Iowa Air National Guard after 30 years of service, where he served as an Avionics Navigation System Specialist, Chief of Social Actions, and retired as the Installation Inspector General in the rank of Colonel.
After retirement, Tony co-founded Central City Development Corporation, a non-profit dedicated to providing education and training to bring about personal and professional transformation. He still serves as the director and lead facilitator. Since retiring, he has used his experience and served as coordinator of the offender re-entry program at Des Moines Area Community College, working with men and women returning to the community from the correctional system. He also worked for Iowa Health System where he was the coordinator of the Neighborhood Health Initiative, working with diverse populations, helping individuals to access the health care system.
Tony has conducted training in the areas of personal and professional development for several agencies, including Des Moines Area Community College, the 5thJudicial District, the Metropolitan Transit Authority, Continental Western Insurance, Kirkwood Community College, Iowa Health System, Iowa Workforce Development, Des Moines Housing Agency, Primary Health Care, Kansas State University, Indianapolis Public Schools and Fort Dodge, Newton, and, Mitchellville Correctional Facilities.
In 2010, he facilitated the development of new batterers education curriculum for the Department of Corrections. He is now serving as a consultant to the Department of Human Services, helping to ensure the well-being of workers in the 15 counties of the Des Moines Service Area. Tony is the chief consultant for Anthony Wilson Consulting, a business he founded in 2014, and is the Lead life skills facilitator for Project IOWA, a cutting-edge workforce initiative.
Tony recently published his first book, You Are Enough, aimed at helping individuals to understand the power of thought and to move on from the events of the past and to begin creating the future that they desire.
My business development work started with my training as a certified E-Myth Business Coach with E-Myth. l have facilitated individual and group training with over 50 small business owners, CEO’s, and managers to help build their businesses and create better lives for owners and employees. I continue to coach business owners and non-profit leaders and take absolute pride in the development of relationships that facilitate business growth. How it Works You and I will work together to design a plan of action that will propel you and your business forward to achieve specific results. Our coaching sessions will support you in fine-tuning your skills for prioritizing, delegating, solutions thinking, systems thinking and accountability. Along the way, you will hone other key leadership skills such as research, project planning and quantifying results. Measuring progress and exploring barriers to achieving goals will be a key part of the coaching relationship.