COMING SOON: GenderWorks
Libra Consulting Is Excited to Become GenderWorks: Stay Tuned!
- Engaging men in diversity efforts is an incredibly powerful – and underutilized – lever of change.
- Libra Consulting is relaunching as GenderWorks to refocus our service offerings to involve men as allies, and full partners in pursuing change.
- Together we can make gender equality a reality in the workforce.
When men and women work together, Gender Works!
Key Principles of Gender Balance
Meet Lisa, Our Founder
Lisa Levey has consulted to a marquee list of clients on women’s advancement, diversity and work-life issues for over 20 years. Her goal is to create work organizations where individuals can thrive – by honoring what is most important to them professionally and personally – so they can unleash their passion and creativity to make their best contributions at work.
She built the toolkit from the ground up–we had an idea and concept, but she took us forward and delivered an amazingly detailed, workable Toolkit that will have a huge impact on MBA students in the Forte network. Ellisa Ellis Sangster
Lisa’s deep expertise in work life effectiveness directly influenced the development of our global policy and practices for workplace flexibility.
Lisa brings a wealth of knowledge and passion to organizations actively working to realize the full potential of women.Leslie Mays
I would recommend her as an experienced diversity consultant and researcher. Gabrielle Lyse Brown
The Libra Solution
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