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The lotus flower carries one of the most ancient and the deepest symbols varying in meaning across cultures, religions, mythology and much more. Such symbols and meanings include creation and rebirth, it was a symbol of the sun, awakening to the spiritual reality of life and the struggle of life at its most basic form. In more recent times, the growth of a lotus flower from an undesirable place of mud and muck in a pond into an object of great beauty symbolizes how people also grow and change into something more beautiful. Hence, the lotus flower symbolizes someone who has gone through a difficult time and despite it all, has survived and continues to prosper.

Colors of the lotus flower also hold meanings. In particular, the blue lotus represents knowledge, wisdom, and intelligence symbolizing that the growth of mind and spirit over body is never truly finished.

At Blue Lotus Consulting, LLC, we work with clients to assist them with envisioning future possibilities, exploring and designing pathways leading towards change to excel. Whether it’s academic, coaching, compliance assessment or technical assistance, we are ready and willing to assist you in closing the gap from where you are to where you want to be.

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Meet The Owner

Adrianne N. Morton

Dr. Adrianne N. Morton has over 15 years of experience in education and grant administration, college teaching and research, she has demonstrated success in developing and managing academic and community-based programs as well as grant writing. She has served as a TRIO Director for Student Support Services at Georgian Court University (Lakewood, NJ) and the McNair Scholars Program at SUNY College at Oswego. She has also served as a director for other federal agency grants sponsored by National Science Foundation (NSF) and the National Institute of Health (NIH). Dr. Adrianne has served on various university-wide committees in the areas of campus diversity, academic standing (retention), Middle States Accreditation Review, Judicial Affairs, Strategic Planning for Student Affairs Division. She specializes in designing summer enrichment programs, designing, implementing, assessing and evaluating programs.

Most recently, she has served as a program development director at a local health and human services not for profit community center in Syracuse, NY.

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