About the episode
In this episode of Reimagining Company Culture, we’re chatting with Stephanie Lubin, Head of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging at Drizly. Drawing from rich personal and professional experiences, serves as a foundation for her approach in leading organizations on the most effective strategies to address systematic change in the workplace. Tune in to learn Stephanie’s thoughts on the role of private employers, defining ownership mentality, measuring DEIB progress, and more!
About the guest
Stephanie Lubin is a dynamic leader, consultant, trainer, facilitator, and public speaker with a broad-based experience in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI), including the design, development, and implementation of diversity strategy, and execution of large-scale change initiatives. Drawing from rich personal and professional experiences, serves as a foundation for her approach in leading organizations on the most effective strategies to address systematic change in the workplace. She is well known in this field for over a decade of impact and her innovative work around inclusive leadership and building equitable systems. As a child of immigrants who migrated to the U.S. from Haiti seeking new hope and opportunity, Stephanie comes to this space with optimism about what we can achieve together and a deep perspective gained through exposure to the ignorance and social injustices that are its enemy. Currently, Stephanie is the Head of DEI & Belonging at Drizly, leading the organization's DEI and Social Impact strategy and initiatives. Prior to Drizly, Stephanie was the Senior Manager of Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging at CarGurus. During her tenure, she launched ERGs; secured over $170,000 investment in the program, instituted compensation and metrics, and recruited executive-level sponsorships. She implemented a comprehensive and engaging DEI curriculum, improved scorecard inclusion and belonging metrics year over year by 10+ points, and trained 200+ people managers on fostering belonging and anti-racist leadership. She has been recruited to advise and facilitate strategic DEI leadership development and training initiatives across corporate and higher-education institutions such as Harvard University and Bentley University. Stephanie has been a featured thought leader, panelist, and speaker on DEI topics at several events throughout the country including the Boston While Black Inaugural Summit, PowerToFly’s speaker series, and LivePerson’s DEI in tech series, TripAdvisor’s Viewpoints on Race and Intersectionality forum and more. Stephanie holds an M.Ed. from Northeastern University, a B.A. in Marketing from Johnson & Wales University, a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management and Leadership from Tufts University, and is a Certified Professional Coach. Stephanie is on a mission to transform every space she enters through inclusion, equity, and positive social change.