Leonie Mattison, an organizational development practitioner, spent the last eighteen years leading large transformation projects, teams, and initiatives, impacting up to 60 departments in an organization that has, 6,000 employees and 8.4 million constituents.
Through her transformation management vision, Leonie has built, advanced and fostered organizational capacity by creating systematic ways of improving performance through building trust, confidence, and common purpose among management. She has helped organizations in New York, New Jersey, and California imagine new possibilities, shape new futures, and carry on their missions with greater clarity.
She is one of the recipients of the 2018 18th Annual Pacific Coast Business Times ‘40 Under 40 Award’, which recognizes the forty best and brightest transformational leaders under the age of forty years old. She serves her community as a non-profit board member, an adjunct professor, and graduate & undergraduate mentor.
A native of Jamaica, West Indies, grew up in New York City, and now resides in Southern California with her three daughters and their three-year-old dog, J-Lala. She collects pinecones, loves eating kettle popcorn, and enjoys dancing to the beat of the Caribbean drums.
She is a vibrant transformational speaker, wildly creative writer, inspirational podcaster, women’s coach and mentor, and mother of three incredibly busy children and a very spoiled puppy.