Lori Zukin is a leader with Booz Allen Hamilton, where she leads People Innovations for the firm’s Strategic Innovations Group. She has led engagements for clients in the public and private sectors and engaged with them to solve their toughest organizational challenges. She has directed several high-profile projects for federal and commercial organizations, providing talent management expertise to help them improve the bottom line.
Most recently, Ms. Zukin worked with a global pharmaceutical company to dramatically improve how a newly formed senior leadership team manages and measures performance while reducing risk during a period of significant growth. In other client engagements she has worked with large organizations to help them implement cutting edge solutions for cyber talent management and leadership development. She was also instrumental in developing Booz Allen’s CyberSim tool, an immersive training and assessment tool used to select, train, and place cyber professionals.
Ms. Zukin holds a Doctorate degree in Organizational Psychology from George Mason University and a Master’s degree in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University. She also holds a certificate in leadership coaching from Georgetown University. She is a certified executive coach through the International Coaching Federation. Ms. Zukin is on the faculty at Georgetown University’s Institute for Transformational Leadership and served as a coach for the inaugural class of the Presidential Leadership Scholars Program created by former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton.