Lauren Stiller Rikleen, founder and president of the Rikleen Institute for Strategic Leadership, is a preeminent provider of training, speaking, and consulting services to professional services entities, businesses, and organizations seeking to create an engaged, diverse, and inclusive workforce.
Through her speaking, training, consulting, and writing, she addresses such topics as strengthening multi-generational teams, women’s leadership and advancement, and minimizing the impact of unconscious bias. Learn more
LAUREN HAS APPEARED IN:
AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION - MARGARET BRENT AWARD 2017
Lauren Stiller Rikleen was recently recognized by the American Bar Association's Commission on Women in the Profession with its prestigious Margaret Brent Women Lawyers of Achievement Award.
View the press release from the American Bar Association: Five women lawyers receive 2017 Margaret Brent Awards at ABA Annual Meeting
Watch the ABA video recognizing Lauren: Lauren Stiller Rikleen, 2017 Margaret Brent Awardee
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Why Hate Crimes Against Black Americans Mean We Must Confront Our Nation's Past
On June 26, in the tiny seaside community of Winthrop, Mass., a 28-year-old white man identified by authorities as Nathan Allen crashed a stolen plumbing truck, then walked by several white people before shooting and killing the only two Black individuals near the scene, David Green and Ramona Cooper.
Simone Biles, teacher
The Boston Globe
No one could have predicted the stunning announcement that Simone Biles would remove herself from the Olympic team competition where she was expected to lead the USA gymnasts to a gold medal. No one, that is, except anyone paying attention to Biles’s own words over the past several years.