Date: May 13, 2021Time: 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM

What Does Inclusive Leadership Really Look Like? (virtual)

Thu, 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM Zoom Meeting (Information to be sent to Registrants)
General PublicCareer & Leadership


In the midst of changing demographics, societal trends, and growing awareness of our nation’s history, taking steps to become truly inclusive can present a challenge to long-established practices. Something different is needed in order to produce real change. Developing a diverse and inclusive organization is not a logic problem or simply a stand-alone training issue. Leadership is key. Leaders may understand that their silence is no longer acceptable but do not feel they know how to develop inclusive work environments. What it means to “do the work” is not self-evident. This interactive session with breakout rooms will present tools to help increase awareness, model inclusive communication, and demonstrate a range of ways leaders can “show up” in relation to DEI issues, moving from good intentions to having a positive impact.

Participants must register by NOON on May 12th to receive details on joining the discussion. The Zoom link will be sent out 24 hours before the event.

Please note that no refunds will be issued.



Larry Naylor

Co-Founder Inclusive Leadership Strategies (ILS)

Larry Naylor served as an officer in the U.S. Army, participated in three combat tours and is a Bronze Star Medal recipient. After working at the U.S. Department of State with Secretary Powell and Secretary Rice, he shifted to the private sector, supervising and facilitating leadership development for a multibillion-dollar global technology company for over a decade.
Larry currently provides transformative leadership development programs, facilitates training initiatives, and consults across a range of management and leadership topics for U.S. and international corporations, federal, state and local government entities, and select non-profit organizations. He has executive certificates from Georgetown University in Leadership Coaching, Strategic Diversity and Inclusion Management and Facilitation.


Kate Neville

Co-Founder Inclusive Leadership Strategies (ILS)

For over a decade, Kate Neville has coached leaders and high-performing professionals in global professional services firms, national associations, and prominent non-profit organizations to build skills and accomplish goals as they advance into more senior positions. She frequently facilitates candid conversations among colleagues and teams and presents on topics related to diversity and inclusive leadership.

A graduate of Princeton University and Harvard Law, Kate started her career at Simpson Thacher in New York before working in management consulting. Kate serves as a speaker and coach as part of Diversity Lab’s Move the Needle (MTN) initiative, co-chairs the Diversity Committee of the Women’s Bar Association of DC, and works as a Mentor Coach for the Coach Diversity Institute (CDI). She is certified as a leadership and diversity coach, facilitator, and change management practitioner and, a former New Yorker and Texan, lives in Washington, DC.


Madelyn Sierra, MBA '84

Madelyn Sierra is an executive coach and leadership development consultant. She helps clients identify how their skills and behaviors support or hinder their business’ strategic objectives. She coaches them to develop high-performing teams, lead others effectively, manage career transitions and widen their network and sphere of influence. Her clients include executives in companies ranging from start-ups to global corporations in technology, media, financial services, pharmaceuticals, consumer goods, health care, manufacturing and non-profit.

Madelyn is a Harvard MBA. She lives in Manhattan.

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Date: May 13, 2021Time: 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM


Zoom Meeting (Information to be sent to Registrants)1460 Broadway
New York, NY 10036
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  • 10 / Member/Member Guest (limit one)
  • 20 / Alumni Non-Members
  • Free / Patron Members (please contact
  • 25 / General Public


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Madelyn Sierra, MBA '94

Zoom Meeting (Information to be sent to Registrants)

1460 Broadway, New York, NY, 10036