Lori Harris has 30+ years experience, education, and leadership in the areas of: executive education, leadership development, organizational development, employee engagement, business management, strategic planning, process improvement, project management, change management, communications, marketing and promotions.
Lori earned her MBA and BA in organizational development and business management, and holds certifications in Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered Coaching, Marshall Goldsmith 360 Assessments, Covey 7 Habits of Highly Effective People/Teens, Heart of Coaching, Cognitive Therapy, Mindfulness Master Practitioner, and Project Management.
Lori is a Rotarian and Paul Harris Fellow. She is President-Elect for 2020-21 and Secretary for the Rotary Club of District 7730 Passport. She hosts and produces the District’s Rotary Passport Podcast – Where the Six Areas of Rotary Focus Come Alive! She supports Rotary Youth Leadership Academy, Global Water Projects, and Keynotes for Rotary functions. She is also a Board of Director for the Renaissance Wilmington Foundation – an economic and community development nonprofit in Wilmington, North Carolina.
Lori has worked successfully and created value, growth and opportunity for various small to large organizations, all having experienced disruption and innovation, or re-engineering and acquisition.
Lori’s consulting profile and network includes:
- Don Lee & Co
- Seoul National University
- University of North Carolina Wilmington
- Redd Interiors
- Williford Houston & Co CPAS, PLLC
- Magnum Enterprises
- Southern California Edison/Edison International
- New York Times
- Gate House Media
- Morris Multi Media
- Self Help
- ESP Associates
- Renaissance Learning
- State of California Governors Office
- Los Angeles County Commission
- Los Angles County Sheriff Department
- Antelope Valley Union High School District
- Antelope Valley Hospital
- Ford Automotive, Antelope Valley
- Snow Orthodontics
- Coach MKay
- American Red Cross
Lori is a native of California, resides in Wilmington, North Carolina. She enjoys boating, various other water sports, outdoor recreation (hiking), reading, photography/videography, and creative design. Most importantly, Lori is married to Alton Harris, and has two children: Vance and Taylor, and loves to spend time with her family and close friends.