” her organization and focus were instrumental in organizing our events…
I have had the honor of personally knowing and professionally working with Leah Hollis for the past five years. Her organization and focus were instrumental in organizing our events-such as the Women of Color Conference- with the American Council of Education’s New York City-Long Island Chapter for Women Leaders in Higher Education. She also has a good command of research techniques – demonstrates an innate ability for perceiving different approaches to solving various problems – and has a good understanding of how people behave. It is my pleasure to work with her.”
Clara Wajngurt, Ph.D.
New York City/Long Island Chapter for Women Leaders in Higher Education
Office of Women in Higher Education
American Council on Education
” Her presentation was enlightening, yet shocking. I learned a great deal…
“The strength of the workshops included information on the magnitude and scope of EEO issues. Her presentation was enlightening, yet shocking. I learned a great deal; this workshop was definitely attention getting.”
Dr. Ron Brown, President
Fifth Quarter Enterprises
” our VP of HR is ordering your book as recommended reading for all of our senior leaders…
Thank you so much Dr. Hollis and thanks for coming to our campus. You were a HUGE hit! So many people are interested in following up on bullying and our VP of HR is ordering your book as recommended reading for all of our senior leaders.
Lynette Chappell Williams
Associate Vice President
Department of Inclusion and Workforce Diversity
” I found her to be most compelling in how she communicates with her listeners…
“Over the past twenty plus years, I have spent many hours listening to presentations and making presentations myself. Too often, “experts” are boorish talking heads–they are eager to impress, but are ineffective communicators. This is not the case with Dr. Leah Hollis. Each time I had the privilege to interact with her, I found her to be most compelling in how she communicates with her listeners, engaging with even the most reticent member of the audience. “
Eric A Turner, Ed.D.
Vice President, Institutional Advancement