Allison V. Manswell, CPLP is a seasoned HR and talent management professional with experience working with Fortune 100 companies like Exelon, PepsiCo, Lowe’s, State Farm, Johnson & Johnson. Her expertise includes organizational, leadership and executive development, diversity and inclusion. She has held leadership roles responsible for strategy development, program execution and change management.
In addition to the industry credential as a Certified Professional in Learning & Performance (CPLP), Allison holds an MBA in leadership. She also holds in BA in Justice and Law Enforcement and started her career with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and has worked with Revenue Canada. Allison has also been an adjunct faculty member in classroom and online learning environments for Bachelor and Masters degree programs.
Allison is the author of Listen In: Crucial Conversations on Race in the Workplace and serves as a thought leader and subject matter expert on race relations and talent management. Her other publications include The Champions’ Ride: Success Skills from an SUV, a character-building curriculum for elementary, middle and high school students used in school systems nationally and internationally. Allison enjoys working with adults as a life coach and mentoring youth. Most importantly, she is the proud mother of three “millenial roommates” who inspire her every day.