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Lorrina Eastman, Ph.D., PCC



Lorrina is a partner with Executive Leadership Partners who brings over fifteen years of experience in senior talent management positions in large global organizations. Her areas of expertise include executive coaching, leadership assessment and development, talent management, team development, and organizational effectiveness. Drawing upon her experience working across a variety of organizational settings and her training as an organizational psychologist, Lorrina applies a blend of coaching, assessment, feedback, and practical tools and techniques to develop high-performing leaders and teams and achieve sustainable change for her clients.

In addition to coaching, Lorrina partners with clients to provide services in areas such as talent assessment, team development, succession planning, performance management, organizational design, employee engagement, design and facilitation of leadership meetings, and customized leadership development programs. Her experience ranges from coaching at the C-suite level to working with emerging leaders, and spans a wide range of industries including pharmaceutical, construction, manufacturing, technology, hospitality, retail, media, education, utilities, and financial services. She also works with non-profit organizations.

Prior to joining ELP, Lorrina spent 12 years as SVP of Leadership Development at Bank of America. She designed and managed assessments at multiple levels of the company, led the development of the company’s global competency models and integration into HR processes, and managed executive on-boarding, executive coaching, and global succession planning. She also provided leadership development and organizational effectiveness consulting for leaders across a range of businesses and functions. Prior to joining Bank of America, Lorrina worked for InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) where she was responsible for employee engagement and leadership development programs.

A Professional Certified Coach (PCC), Lorrina is certified in Marshall Goldsmith’s Coaching methodology and serves as an affiliate leadership coach for the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®) and Queen’s University Leadership Institute. She is also certified in several leading assessment tools and has presented at professional conferences such as The Conference Board and Society for Industrial Psychology (SIOP) on topics related to talent management, leadership assessment and coaching, high potential development, and networking. She also serves as Adjunct Faculty at the McColl School of Business at Queens University of Charlotte.

Passionate about advancing community and nonprofit leadership, Lorrina has coached social entrepreneurs as part of SEED20 (Social Entrepreneurs Empowered) and nonprofit leaders as part of Coaches Gift since 2013.

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