Lorrie is i4cp's executive editor, Vice President of Research, and the editor of "The SheSuite" an ongoing series of in-depth interviews with women executives. She has worked in the field of human capital research for a decade, beginning with the Human Resource Institute, and has published numerous articles, playbooks, case studies, editorial features and whitepapers on topics ranging from corporate volunteerism to women in leadership, L&D, employee engagement and talent management.
Lorrie leads i4cp's research partnership with ASTD, authoring Developing Results: Aligning Learning's Goals and Outcomes With Business Performance Measures; The Global Workplace: Learning Beyond Borders; and Leadership Development for Millennials: Why It Matters. She is a contributing author to The ASTD Leadership Handbook (2010), and her work has been featured in the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. Lorrie's 2013 publications include "Mastering Millennial Leadership Development" (T+D magazine) and "Why Boards Need Women" (Diversity Executive magazine). Lorrie is a graduate of Eckerd College (BA) and Queens University of Charlotte (MFA). She is an adjunct professor in the adult education program at Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Florida.