The events of the last few months have brought increased attention to the value that diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) bring to the workplace and to society at large. Increasingly, organizations are engaging in discussions around flexible working, social justice, privilege, equity, and about what this all means for the future of work. For those […]
About Laura Sabattini
Laura Sabattini, PhD, is Director of Inclusion and Diversity at Honeywell. Previously, she was a Principal Researcher at The Conference Board's Human Capital Center, where she specialized in diversity and inclusion (D&I).
Laura is an experienced consultant, researcher, and educator with expertise on issues of global diversity, equity, and inclusion; leadership and talent development; and work-life effectiveness. Earlier in her career, she served as a Vice President of Research at Catalyst Inc., where she led research analyzing key barriers to inclusion in the workplace, organizational culture, and best practices, with a focus on global perspectives and variations. She published several research reports and book chapters on her areas of expertise.
Laura’s experience includes consulting with a variety of regional and global organizations to support leadership development and learning activities, strategic planning around D&I, as well as program evaluation and assessments. She is also an adjunct Associate Professor of Public Administration at New York University’s Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service, where she teaches graduate courses on leadership and gender in the workplace.
Laura holds a MS and PhD in social psychology from the University of California, Santa Cruz, and a BA in work and organizational psychology from the University of Padova, Italy.