Candace Cooper is an author, speaker, and professor dedicated to helping people transform and transition through adulthood. For the past two decades, she has helped people develop strategies for success academically, relationally, spiritually, and professionally.
As a midlife analyst, she offers tools to help navigate life through the thundering 30s into the soaring 60s. With twenty years of college-level teaching and academic research in midlife transitions, she has dedicated her life to helping adults of all ages thrive.
Candace is a doctoral candidate at Southern Methodist University, researching the intersection between middle adulthood and positive psychology in American memoirs.
Southern Methodist University Doctor of Liberal Studies Scholarship
National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development International Award for Teaching Excellence
Thurgood Marshall Pathways Fellow for Positive Psychology
The Gallup Organization Fellowship for Strengths-Based Teaching and Learning
Executive Women of Dallas, Dallas “Learning and Living in Adulthood”
Peace Meals Peace Talks, Dallas “Relationships, Love and Peace at Midlife”
God’s Way Ministries, Houston “Transition and Transformation: The Psyche of the Soul”
Hearts and Heals Brunch, Dallas “Heart Healing and Transitions at Midlife”
Collin College, McKinney,“The Evolution, Fallacy and Redefinition of the symbolic Strong Black Woman”
Barack Obama Leadership Academy, Dallas. “Rethinking the American Dream: Mentally Preparing for College and Success”
To contact by mail, forward correspondences to:
PO BOX 50051
Dallas, TX 75052
Midlife is about thriving. Let’s learn what works so you can change the world for good.