Paul L. Hamilton is a Denver educator, consultant, businessman, personal coach, and community organizer. As a former principal and teacher, he has experience at all levels of education -- from university to preschool. Since 1975, Dr. Hamilton has been in Who's Who in America and Who's Who Among Black Americans. His book, African People's Contributions to World Civilizations: Shattering the Myths Vol. 1, is used in colleges, high schools, and middle schools.
His firms, Critical Thinking Skills Institute and Hamilton Education Consultants, offer services on "The 7 Steps of Critical Thinking", a wide range of educational topics on curriculum development and teaching techniques, personal coaching, success strategies, and African-American history. An accomplished lecturer, he presents workshops and lectures across the nation. Dr. Hamilton's workshops and lectures are designed to empower participants to gain knowledge and skills, to take effective action, and to feel more successful.
Recently, he was a business consultant for a Rochester New York health facility and currently serves as Executive Consultant and Advisory Board member for People Skills Institute. Dr. Hamilton was twice elected to the Colorado State Legislature, directed Rev. Jesse Jackson's Denver PUSH-EXCEL program, and organized over 330 Denver African Americans in the Power Learning System.