Dr. Kate Isaacs
Dr. Kate Isaacs consults with corporate clients on stakeholder ecosystem strategy. Her work helps clients develop strategic plans for engaging their entire stakeholder ecosystem to generate long-term business and social value.
Isaacs holds appointments at the MIT Sloan Leadership Center and the Center for Higher Ambition Leadership, where she was previously the Director of Research and Practice. She consults with clients through Dialogos and TruePoint, both values-driven consulting and leadership training firms in the Boston area.
She writes regularly for many leading publications including strategy+business, Harvard Business Review, Chief Executive, and the Academy of Management.
Isaacs earned a PhD in Organization Studies from the MIT Sloan School of Management, an M.S. degree in Technology and Policy from the MIT Engineering Systems Division, an M.S. degree in Conscious Evolution from the Graduate Institute, and a B.S. in Biology from the Oakland University Honors College. She is also a trained Shadow Work facilitator and coach.
Isaacs lives in Concord, Massachusetts with her family, and loves running, biking, swimming, yoga, skiing, gardening, and working on cars. She occasionally commutes to Colorado in the winter, where she finds no greater joy than telemark skiing in fresh Rocky Mountain powder.