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Lauren Leader-Chivee is an author, activist, and more. She is a researcher and thought leader on diversity and women’s issues-in the workplace, in politics and in between. Lauren’s book Crossing The Thinnest Lineargues diversity is THE most under-leveraged economic asset… Read more
- All In Together
With millions of women mobilizing in recent months to participate in Marches around the country, it might seem a political revolution is afoot. But the United States ranks 74th in the world for the political participation of women and much more will need to be done to close that gap. How can women, whatever their political affiliation, ensure their voices are heard in our democracy and why is it so important that women lead beyond the office and in the public domain? At this critical time, it’s never been more important to answer these questions and in this talk, Lauren lays out a path to practical action and impact that every women, no matter who they are, what they believe or what they do, can use.
- Crossing the Thinnest Line
The United States will soon be a minority majority nation yet it seems the polarization over issues of American identity has reached a new high. As more Americans come to appreciate the importance of our diversity to the economy, business and the social fabric of the nation, how can we build a more empathetic and inclusive nation while taking seriously the real differences among us? And how can we find ways to come together even in the face of divisive politics? It’s never been a more critical time to address these questions and find ways large and small to cross the lines that divide us.
Lauren Leader-Chivee is an author, activist, and more. She is a researcher and thought leader on diversity and women’s issues-in the workplace, in politics and in between. Lauren’s book Crossing The Thinnest Lineargues diversity is THE most under-leveraged economic asset in the United States. She has co-authored a long list of research studies from global think tank Center for Talent Innovation, where she served as President, and her opinion pieces run the gamut from the Harvard Business Review andInc., to Marie Claire magazine and The Huffington Post.
Lauren is a feminist leader for a new generation as the Founder & CEO of the nonprofit All in Together (AIT), dedicated to teaching women how to have a voice in politics – on both sides of the aisle. Wrestling with the massive disconnect between women determining elections but not pulling the levers of power, AIT’s mission is to help women have the influence in policy equal to their numbers.
Named one of Fortune’s 50 Most Influential Women on Twitter, and serving as a term member of the prestigious Council on Foreign Relations, Lauren is a sought after speaker at wide-ranging forums, including the innovative Milken Global Conference. She is steeped in the value of diversity and what makes teams most effective.
Lauren is currently an Independent Senior Advisor to Deloitte Consulting LLC and has spent much of her career advising Fortune 500 companies around the world.
Making the Case for Diversity and Inclusion
Lauren Leader-Chivee of All in Together on the Issue with Issues
Lauren Leader-Chivee at Facebook NY for International Women’s Day
Since the Presidential election, many women have seen their social media feeds explode with ideas about how they can make their voices heard in politics, from taking part in the historic women's march to daily calls to sign petitions and contact legislators.… Read more
Tell us about your family: My husband Philippe is French (though newly an American Citizen) and works in the wine industry so lucky me – we drink and eat well. I have two beautiful daughters, Serena, 3 months, and Stella, 6 years.… Read more
As the co-founder of All in Together, a nonpartisan nonprofit working to engage U.S. women in politics and civic action, and executive advisor to Deloitte, Lauren Leader-Chivée has devoted her life to promoting diversity in politics, the workplace and beyond. Now, with… Read more