Mar 16, 2020
Trudi Lebron is a compassionate yet no-nonsense rule breaker who has been carving out her own path for the last 23 years. By the time Trudi was 16, she had two children and had dropped out of high school. All the odds were against her.
Today, Trudi is a sought-after coach for entrepreneurs, nonprofits, and corporate institutions helping them create social impact initiatives, and train leaders to lead with a lens for equity, diversity, inclusion, and impact. Her experience of being a bi-racial teen mom on welfare who worked her way up in the non-profit sector while building her own business gives her a unique perspective on using our businesses for social good.
Trudi holds a BA in Theatre, a Master’s in Psychology with a specialization in strategic planning for social change, and is currently a PhD candidate in the Social Psychology. She is also the co-host of the top-rated podcast That’s Not How That Works; a show about race, diversity, equity, and inclusion in the coaching industry. She was also recognized as one of Connecticut's 40 under 40 in business in 2016 by the Hartford Business Journal.
What We Discuss With Trudi Lebron
Episode Show Notes and Transcript Highlights: https://leadersoftransformation.com/podcast/leadership/317-trudi-lebron-why-diversity-is-essential-to-your-business-success