Who is Lisa Ranglin
Lisa is a mission-driven, transformative leader and public speaker. She’s a top performing veteran banker with over two decades in the financial industry. Lisa is passionate about complex social challenges and works to raise awareness for underserved populations. She has proven herself as an expert in leadership, entrepreneurship, diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Lisa’s story is one of overcoming adversity as she navigated beyond poverty into a high-quality education and successful career.
Lisa is a captivating speaker and frequently consults for non-profits, universities, and association groups. Lisa’s ability to couple her banking experience with her activist role has afforded her an unmatched perspective for institutional transformation. She believes the biggest challenge for companies is their inability to foster an environment that champions equity, inclusion, and diversity and where all members are able to perform as their authentic selves at their highest level.
Throughout her career, Ranglin has received many accolades for her work. Most notably, Lisa was named among Rhode Island’s most powerful and influential women awarded by Rhode Island Monthly Magazine. Additionally, Lisa was awarded the Community Person of Year by Rhode Island Affirmative Action Professionals, Rosa Parks Award from NAACP, Woman of Achievement Award, Rhode Island Entrepreneur of the Year, and Woman of Achievement in Business by Congressman David Cicilline.
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Lisa has been featured in local magazines and media outlets over the past five years all while, speaking the same message: there is value to diversity and inclusion. We must level the playing field with access to opportunities for those who have been left behind for way too long.
- Leading with Ambitions and Thriving After Adversity
- Building and Leveraging a Strategic Power Base
- Allyship to Accompliceship
- Knowing Your Value and Worth:Thriving on Your Purposeful Journey
- You Are Good Enough – Embrace Your Authentic Self and Make Your Mark
- Fostering Real Dialogue about Race, Gender and Cultural Issues