- Dublin US-OH
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One of Ohio’s rising management professionals, Tylina Powell has dedicated her career to excellence in private industry as well as public service. Ms. Powell currently works as a manager for Goldberg, Milstein & Black, LLC, a Dublin-Ohio based alternative dispute-resolution agency, where she directs the daily activities of a team of collections associates. In her present role, Tylina Powell also oversees the implementation of company policy while training staff, designing incentives, and revising relevant metrics systems. Prior to accepting her current position in 2003, Ms. Powell served as a collections manager for Car Now Acceptance Corporation. Early in her professional development, she devoted more than five years of service to the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, where she worked as a corrections officer. In this role, Tylina Powell gained experience in workplace and inmate communication, assessed security, coordinated admissions and transfers, and implemented emergency-response procedures. As an essential part of her duties, she compiled reports to disseminate information on inmate activities for confidential review, on disciplinary issues, and about special-observation assignments. During her tenure in the corrections industry, Ms. Powell completed an Associate of Arts at Columbus State Community College, where she studied law enforcement and psychology, earning Dean’s List status. A friend to animals from an early age, Ms. Powell dedicates significant time and attention to her dog, a loyal German shepherd. Also an active churchgoer, Ms. Powell is committed to helping others through religious development and dedicates much of her leisure time to church-based volunteerism, working with organizations including Angel Tree Ministries and Light of Salvation Ministries. In conjunction with her ministerial work, Tylina Powell serves The Church Next Door as the leader of its Fireproof Small Group and Hospitality Team, while participating actively in the team devoted to hospital visitation and prayer.