Karen S. Cantrell
Col. Karen S. Cantrell, Goodwill Ambassador
Goodwill Ambassador, Global Citizen, and Humanitarian
Col. Karen S. Cantrell is one of several founding pioneer members of Globcal International, she was the Vice-President, Chancellor of the United States and served as one of thirteen high-commissioners through March 29th, 2018: when she resigned as an active commissioner and executive officer to avoid potential conflicts of interest as a public figure and more amply dedicate her attention to the Royal Society of St George, a Patron of the English Royal family.
Her Excellency wishes to be best known today as the founder and chairperson of the California Royal Society of St. George. She continues to serve as the Vice-President of the United Nations Association of the Inland Empire in Corona, California and operates the Fashion House (LadyGolf.com) located in the Palm Springs area.
Ambassador Cantrell was an active member and key official of Globcal International from 2009-2018; she shall be continuously recognized as one of our founding pioneers and is recognized for life based on her achievements as a goodwill ambassador.
Social Media Real World Advocate
When Ambassador Cantrell began with Globcal International in 2009, she joined to promote goodwill and international cultural exchange in the social media using Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Twitter and other social networks as social media changed so did the grassroots diplomacy efforts they developed, culminating in the social media we have today.
As the organization was struggling as a model agenda for social media advocates, Ambassador Cantrell found herself in 2013 with Col. David J. Wright one of the original founders, reorganizing Globcal International from an incorporated LLC in Washington, DC into an unincorporated international charitable trust foundation offshore in Belize, which is now known for its expert focus in non-state diplomatic consultancy, natural capital asset protection (providing ecosystem services) which are effectively deterring climate change, and of course goodwill diplomacy.
The results of her involvement in the reformation and reorganization with Col. Wright and other authors to become effectively considered a 'decentralized' autonomous organization (DAO) today is independent of state or corporate control as an international foundation which is most practically understood as a 'ship at sea' a ship bearing the presents of goodwill!
Lady of Many Hats
Her Excellency is a trustee for the St. Lazarus Fund and is an avid philanthropist who contributes primarily to social causes and those involving animal rights. She works locally as an animal shelter volunteer from time to time, she also denounces animal rights abuse online. Here on her page she presents a news source which she personally monitors often using the shock of reality to bring attention to the need for better and more humane animal protection laws.
She is a Kentucky Colonel and has been recognized as a goodwill ambassador by the governors of several states that she has visited including Alabama, Texas and Tennessee.
The ambassador became involved in her genealogy and researched her family history to discover she is a descendant of several royal houses from England and has been presented and received with notable international accolades by a number of kingdoms. She is personal friends with a number of royal figures today in Africa, Indonesia and Europe.