Lori Crever served as communications and employee engagement programs manager for two decades with the Wells Fargo International Group. She conceived of and led innovative programs, including shepherding Wells Fargo’s entry into the global poverty eradication movement known as micro-lending. She oversaw a formal mentor program that helped hundreds of people to expand their careers. Lori details her discoveries and approach in the book, Protégé Power: A Roadmap to Mentorship, published by Wise Ink.
Lori has a degree in communications and theater from the University of Minnesota. She has been an urban charter high school board member, Introduction to Implementing Human Rights into Organizational Leadership course instructor, and trainer of corporate social responsibility professionals in Tokyo. When not speaking on workplace issues of inclusion and people-centered leadership, Lori performs improvisational comedy in the Twin Cities.