Elizabeth Soltis

Consultant, Facilitator, Coach

Founder of Bridges Global

As a bridge-builder
, Elizabeth offers twenty years of multi-sectoral experience in organizational development, specializing in the areas of empowerment, leadership and collaboration.  Elizabeth cultivates the conditions for authentic connection in supporting healthy relationships – with self and others.

 As a global citizen, Elizabeth has served the United Nations for the past decade.  After working, visiting or volunteering in over 75 countries, Elizabeth deeply cares about social justice issues.

As a visionary leader, Elizabeth asserts that leadership is not about role, title nor authority but about translating one’s commitment into effective action. With the power of vision and wise choices, we can shift unsustainable systems.  She works with clients to bring out their best self, generating a future different from the past.

As an innovator, Elizabeth inspires people to expand their perceptions to create new possibilities.  Elizabeth facilitates processes to catalyze results, enabling people to let go of limiting habits so new empowering solutions arise.  The process is the product.  People come first.

As a space-holder, Elizabeth’s approach is transformative, participatory, results-based and action-oriented. Solutions are practical and context-tailored.  Her passion is unleashing people’s wisdom while tapping into the joy of team synergy to produce game-changing ideas.

As a transformation catalyst, Elizabeth uses tools to support clients in collaborating and realigning with their core values.  As a doer and thinker, she navigates through the maze of data to help define where an organization is now, where they want to be and a path to get there.

Elizabeth’s background is complemented by a Master of Arts degree in International Relations, a diploma in Human Resource Management and certificates in Adult Education, Life Skills, Empowerment Facilitation and Indigenous Energy Medicine.

 Note that a team of talented associates are contracted for larger programs.