Kathia Laszlo is a freelancer with over 20 years of experience working with leaders and entrepreneurs in all sectors addressing a wide-range of organizational needs such as startup support, leadership transitions, organizational restructuring, diversity and inclusion, team development, conflict resolution, strategy design, program development and innovation labs. Her workshops and trainings translate systems thinking into experiential practices for transformation and creative problem solving. Some of her consulting and coaching clients include Accenture, the City of Los Angeles, Global Education Forum, GreenPeace, Sisters of Mercy of the Americas, the Presidio Trust, Pixar, Salesforce, Roche and Twitter. Kathia is also the co-founder of The Center for Money and Meaning and has created multiple social enterprises including The Journey Network, Global Leadership Lab and Syntony Quest. She has been a faculty member at Saybrook University, Meridian University, Presidio Graduate School, and EGADE Business School (Mexico) where she has taught systems thinking, leadership, organizational development, strategy and sustainability.
Kathia has been advisor to multiple innovative educational enterprises including Mycelium School, Novamaya University, and Universidad del Medio Ambiente. She received her Bachelor’s in Marketing and M.Ed. in Cognitive Development from from the Tecnológico de Monterrey (ITESM). She came to the US as a Fulbright Scholar to complete her PhD in Human Science with specialization in Social and Institutional Change at Saybrook University. Kathia is a certified executive coach in the Leadership Circle Profile and is fully fluent in English and Spanish.