Leilani Raashida Henry, M.A. and licensed Educational Kinesiologist is a game changer. Her 25-year experience in consulting and coaching brings excitement and lightning-speed results to tough leadership challenges. Formerly Director of Training and Development with Jones Intercable, and an Organizational Development Specialist at Honeywell and Lockheed Martin, Leilani co-designed Honeywell’s first company-wide DEI training.
She is a demonstrated thought leader in the field of Organizational Development, as cited in several national publications and organizations. She’s been awarded a fellowship for her work in dialogue from Regis University’s Institute on the Common Good.
Her lifetime experience in the healing and performing arts is integrated into her unique approach to working across differences to facilitate understanding and transformation. She works with Fortune 50 companies, Ivy League institutions and non-profits. She authored the “Navigating Conflict” chapter, in Springer’s, Management and Leadership Skills for Medical Faculty. Leilani received a B.A. from Spelman College, in Atlanta and M.A. from St. Thomas University, in St. Paul, MN. Born in Hawaii and raised in Minnesota, She is Joyce Gibbs’s daughter, resident of Charter House and George W. Gibbs Jr.’s daughter, who was crew on Admiral Richard E. Byrd’s III expedition that was headed to the South Pole. Her book, The Call of Antarctica: Exploring and Protecting the World’s Coldest Climate, launched October 2021.