Facilitator Development Lead
Davie is a scholar-practitioner with more than 25 years of progressive organizational leadership in consulting firms that focus on transformational leadership development.
Her professional consulting and practice specialties are in leadership development, interpersonal communication, executive coaching, influence and negotiation, transformational change, speaker training, and group facilitation. Davie’s consulting experience includes training and consulting to executives, middle managers, and staff groups in Fortune 500 companies. She has experience assisting groups at all organizational levels in better managing their communications and continuing to build strong relationships throughout significant organizational change efforts such as downsizing and organizational re-engineering.
Among the consulting firms with which Davie has worked are the FranklinCovey Company, Booz Allen & Hamilton, and Opportunities Management, Inc. Davie’s corporate experience is with Proctor and Gamble in Brand Management where her role included bottom-line responsibility for providing data-driven business solutions that delivered long-term sustainable results across several product lines. She was most recently director of the commercial training division for Informed Medical Communications(IMC) where she
Davie is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in cognitive studies and education at Columbia University in New York, NY. Her scholarly expertise is in adult learning and transformative leadership development. She is evolving a research agenda that empirically investigates how reflection enables wisdom-related expertise. Davie holds a Master’s Degree in Organizational Design and Effectiveness from the Fielding Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara, CA and holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Philosophy from Amherst College in Amherst, MA.
Her professional affiliations include membership in the Association for Talent Development (ATD), The Organizational Development (OD) Network, the National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA), Sisters of the Academy (SOTA), the American Psychological Association (APA), and the American Educational Research Association (AERA).