Eithos Founder and Chief Catalyst
Global expertise Public and Private Sector, NGOs
Luisa brings more than 20 years’ experience in large-scale systems change, specializing in leadership, culture and organizational transformation. Luisa’s experience, insight, and foresight enable her to provide results-oriented guidance to CEOs, social entrepreneurs, and government leaders. Leaders who must shift the culture of their organization to set the stage for future growth and success, transforming their organizations and often the world. Luisa thinks and works globally, across cultures, borders, and industries—recognizing that every transformative result is driven by great minds, passionate engagement, and empowered people.
Luisa works in both public and private sectors to address critical operational and strategic issues to increase performance and inspire teams. Her intense, highly participatory style, softened by humor and compassion, builds the trusting relationships among leaders to break down barriers, take personal risks, and experiment with new ways of leading through change. Her approaches ensure all stakeholders have an opportunity to share their voice that allow for the best ideas to emerge. Working both within organizations and by convening diverse organizations to work together on a shared vision, the results are collaborative, focused, and agile teams aligned and empowered to sustainably achieve their goals.
Luisa has worked extensively with corporations, state agencies, US and foreign governments , including the Nigerian and US CDC throughout the world, the World Bank, Asia Development Bank, UNICEF, Oxfam, Care USA, and many NGOs and non-profits to empower leaders at all levels to perform at their best.
- M.S. Positive Organizational Development, Case Western University
- B.A. History, UCLA
- Certified: Executive Coaching, Newfield Network
- Certified: Coaching for Emotional Intelligence, Case Western University
- Certified: Appreciative Inquiry, Case Western University
- Fluent in multiple assessment tools and approaches