LEILANI HENRY, MA and licensed Educational Kinesiologist,brings innovative whole brain strategies to personal, professional, and organization transformation.
Leilani started her career in the nonprofit sector as program designer and teacher for the Roxbury. MA- YWCA. She served as Director of Training and Development with Jones Intercable and was in Organizational Development with Honeywell and Lockheed Martin.
Since 1997, she has been a facilitator/trainer, business coach, and organization designer for private and state Universities, Denver Public Schools, Fortune 100 corporations and the Federal Government. She assists talented leaders from opera singers to social activists on their success journey.
A demonstrated thought leader in the field of organizational development, Leilani is cited in several national publications and organizations such as the Fetzer Institute and new visions in business. Fast Companyidentified Leilani as one of their RealTime Models and Mentors. She has been awarded a Fellowship for her work in Dialogue at Regis University’s Institute on the Common Good. Her lifetime experience in musical theater professional dance and Playback Theatre is integrated into her unique approach to innovation, leadership, and performance.
Leilani is a producer and radio show host for the Connections program at KGNU, a nationally regarded community radio station in Boulder/Denver. She is writing a book about her father, George W. Gibbs, Jr., Antarctica’s First Black Explorer to set foot on the continent with Admiral Byrd’s III expedition to the South Pole.