Work/life balance has always been a priority for Judy DiClemente, so after a dozen years in the fast-paced 24/7 world of investment banking, she successfully designed a job-share structure that enabled her to spend more time with her three young daughters. While continuing to work within the financial service industry, Judy became a staunch advocate for progressive work arrangements as a way of increasing employee engagement in the workplace. Following a mid-career break to look after her children full time, Judy “relaunched” her career, with the goal of leveraging her past financial services experience, as well as the perspectives gained outside of the workforce. Using her natural ability to connect with people across generations and to build consensus, Judy empowers leaders and colleagues, alike, to find their authentic voices in the workplace, and helps companies improve workplace culture. She has consulted with companies such as MetLife, New York Life, Church Pension Fund, and Zoetis on projects ranging from Managing Virtual Teams, Presenting for Impact, Women’s Leadership, and Effective Business Communications. Believing that developing trust among colleagues is the underlying “secret sauce” to any effective team, Judy brings a wealth of practical and professional insights to all of her client engagements.