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Lacey Leone McLaughlin

Lacey Leone McLaughlinLacey Leone McLaughlin is an executive leadership coach with demonstrated experience in marketing, designing, and delivering cutting-edge consulting services to Global/Fortune 100, midsized and entrepreneurial-led start-up companies.

She has over 15 years of experience helping leaders deliver business results by focusing on clearly identified personal and organizational goals.

Lacey advises all level of leaders, with a particular emphasis on working with the SVP level and above, on leadership transitions and leadership effectiveness coaching. She has designed, implemented, and facilitated large-scale change, strategy, coaching, and learning and development initiatives.

Lacey spent over nine years as the Director of Executive Education at USC’s Center for Effective Organizations (CEO) in the Marshall School of Business. Her role focused on running two lines of business that translated thought leadership into programs, leadership development, and consulting offerings. While under her leadership, CEO’s Executive Education and Learning programs were ranked in the Top 5 of all Leadership Development Programs by Leadership Excellence Magazine. Before joining CEO, Lacey managed the Los Angeles region’s largest portfolio of business and clients as a human capital consultant for Personnel Decisions International.

Lacey has worked with clients across all industries including aerospace, automotive, entertainment, retail, and technology. She has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal regarding coaching and mentoring and has co-authored articles on Employee Resources Groups (Diversity and Inclusion) and Leadership Development. Lacey has a BA from Whittier College and holds an MBA, with a focus in Leadership and Management from the University of LaVerne.

In her free time, Lacey enjoys volunteering for various organizations in her community with a passion for projects where she can mentor underserved/underprivileged youths. She also enjoys traveling with her family whenever possible and has had the opportunity to visit over 25 countries including living in both Denmark and England. While in college, Lacey was a scholar athlete playing both Basketball and Lacrosse, and she also played Lacrosse internationally directly following her college sporting career.

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