Kathy Lubar, Co-author of Leadership Presence: Dramatic Techniques to Reach Out, Motivate, and Inspire, offers her clients the experiences of a consultant, teacher, leader, and actress. She has developed and delivered a range of programs for some of the top names in professional services and industry, such as Deloitte & Touche, Société Générale, Computer Sciences Corporation, and Capital One. As an educator, Kathy has worked with a wide variety of students, including business professionals, lawyers, teachers, actors, and women prisoners. She has taught workshops at the Executive Education programs of Columbia Business School and the Kellogg School of Management as well as the Leadership Institute at Harvard Business School.
Kathy co-founded Boston’s New Repertory Theatre in 1984. She has spoken at conferences in the United States and Europe, including the Performance Theater Leadership Conference in London, Linkage’s Leadership Conference in San Francisco, and the United States Department of Labor’s Senior Executive Service Forum Series. She has been featured in Fast Company, Investor’s Business Daily, Boston magazine, and Harvard Management Communication Letter, and on CNBC.
A graduate of Stanford University, Kathy acted professionally for 15 years, performing in New York and Boston, and playing leading roles in a number of national tours. She lives in Massachusetts and Hawaii with her husband, George, and two daughters.