LORI EBERLY, LCSW
“That Fuckery Lady”
Lori Eberly is an expert at providing in-depth analysis on the bad habits damaging trust and ruining teams. She is an executive trainer and coach, and the author of the book Fuckery.
Lori’s 10+ years as a hospice social worker revealed the transformational power of dynamic, responsive human relationships, as well as the mechanics of establishing trust, even amid crisis and chaos.
Leveraging these skills — emotional intelligence, self-awareness and rabid curiosity — Lori transitioned her career to develop executives in Europe, Asia, and across the US.
Recognizing the need for systemic, root-level change to create lasting results, Lori founded Radius Executive Coaching & Development. Headquartered in Portland, OR, Radius draws from the best in neuroscience and organizational development to create a full-circle approach for teams, individuals, and organizations experiencing rapid growth.
Radius provides actionable strategies to overcome bad habits, reclaim lost productivity, repair disabled communication and eradicate what threatens success.
TRACY GRATTO, MSW
Companies rely on her for effective communication across matrixed organizations.
Champion of ownership and accountability
No time for finger pointing
Leadership Matrix master
JULIE M. ROSENZWEIG, PhD, LCSW
A Professor Emerita at Portland State University, Julie is an experienced educator, researcher, and author of numerous publications.
Work-life integration expert
Translating neuroscience into practical applications
TORRI WRIGHT, MA
Torri brings in-depth coaching skills and behavior analysis, along with crisis intervention and behavior management. She has a multi-sensory capacity to see and understand dimensions of behavior beyond self-awareness..
Founder and CEO of BEHCA behavior software
Bridge diverse viewpoints and arrive on common ground
Leverages neurodiversity to help clients navigate workplace relationships
KAIG LIGHTNER, MSW
Kaig is a queer, transgender athlete and educator who applies a unique, multi-layered lens to increase understanding and inclusion for people of all genders.
KATHLEEN HOLT, MA
Kathleen brings her lived and professional experiences as a woman of color to help teams and leaders to improve workplace diversity, strive for equitable outcomes, and nurture inclusive organizational cultures.
Direct and compassionate truth teller
Passionate about narrative-building, systems-changing processes
Brings a rigorous power and equity analysis to every project