Angie L StewartAngie L Stewart

DEI Program Lead, Facilitator Engagement Program Manager

Angie is the DEI program lead and the Facilitator Engagement Program manager as a part of the DEI and Leadership Development team in Organizational Learning at the University of Michigan. She is a passionate and enthusiastic trainer, coach and facilitator. Angie’s curiosity and commitment to understand the human experience have led her to projects across the world, from Senegal to Mexico. She is a champion of positive culture change who leads with a dynamic spirit and contagious, inspirational energy. Angie develops training programs, workshops and coaching modules to celebrate and support leadership; diversity, equity, and inclusion; team building; communication; and trains trainers.

Angie is an avid photographer, writer, runner and lover of life. Her personal philosophy is driven by a penchant for lifelong learning, unapologetic authenticity, empowerment, and personal responsibility. Her focus and drive are counterbalanced by her witty sense of humor. Angie’s savvy, engaging style of training and coaching promotes and encourages progressive, actionable, tangible growth.

Angie is the Principal and Co-Founder of Ethos Hive, and is a certified facilitator with The Center for Appreciative Inquiry. Angie earned her BA in Intercultural Studies.

Takes part in

May, 22 2:00 PM CEST

Unleashing the Power of Appreciative Inquiry to Create Cultures of Inclusion

According to NeuroLeadership Institute’s Industry research report a culture of inclusion is one in which the habits of inclusion are not just demonstrated by some of the leaders some of the time, but by all members of the organization, all the time. How do we create such a culture? Appreciative inquiry is a recognized discipline in the field of organizational behavior and development and is a philosophy and orientation to culture change that can reshape how to approach creating a culture of inclusion.

Angie L Stewart DEI Program Lead, Facilitator Engagement Program Manager