“My work has always been focused on improving the well-being of individuals and communities by advocating for connection, belonging, social justice, women’s empowerment and the resiliency of the human spirit/heart.”
Lorraine Gordon has worked as a senior people leader, executive coach, and facilitator in the housing, healthcare, and social and community impact industries for more than 25 years. She has a successful track record of building trust with C-suite leaders and their teams, coaching them to be more effective in how they engage, communicate, problem solve, and build trust and awareness. She is a bridge-builder, convener, and champion of diversity, equity and inclusion, and wonders what a civil, equitable, and inclusive society could look like.
Throughout her career, Lorraine has served on diversity councils, and wonders what a civil, equitable, and inclusive society could look like. In 2016, she helped to establish “Undoing Racism,” a group of Washington, DC metro area executive coaches who curate solutions, strategies, and hold brave conversations on racial equity for leaders, organizations, and communities.
- 25 years of experience in People & Culture leadership roles at a variety of for-profit and nonprofit organizations, including Enterprise Community Investment, Inc., Community Preservation & Development Corporation, Calvert Foundation, Fannie Mae and Kaiser Permanente
- Certified in the Leadership Circle Profile
- Board Member of Everyone Home DC which endeavors to prevent homelessness in the DC metro area
- Executive Certificate in Leadership Coaching (Georgetown University)
- Master of Applied Behavioral Science (Johns Hopkins University)
- Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Marketing (Temple University)
- Enjoys hiking, reading, yoga, travel, cooking, singing, service work, and spending time with her