“Infinite possibilities for organizations and people” underscores my belief in the untapped potential all around us. My clients and colleagues tell me that I get results because of my ability to simplify the complex without losing the nuance, and my ability to facilitate nearly any kind of dialog with nearly any kind of audience. I am one of the lucky ones – as I lead clients and partners all around the world toward their next level of excellence, I get to deepen my own understanding experience growth alongside them.

Sangita Kasturi helps organizations build inclusive workplaces and leaders. She has been published and featured in Working Mother magazine, Forbes, GE Leadership Series “Brilliance Rising”, Diversity MBA and the National Association of Female Executives (NAFE).

As a strategist, consultant and speaker on topics of global inclusion, organizational diversity, inclusive leadership, women as leaders, cross-cultural intelligence and high impact communication, she has spoken and led workshops in North America, Europe, and Asia, working with many Fortune 500s, mid-size and non-profit organizations. Her multi-disciplinary background spans more than 15 years in a broad cross-section of industries and she is recognized for her ability to key in on critical data and partner effectively at every level of the organization.

As founder and CEO of Action Inclusion, Sangita partners closely with organizations to build capacity in such areas as:

  • Inclusion Strategy/Roadmaps
  • Unconscious Bias/Conscious Inclusion
  • Developing Inclusive Leaders
  • Women in Leadership
  • Change Management
  • High Impact Communication
  • Myers-Briggs, Disc
  • Cross-cultural Intelligence

Sangita has served on the board of directors with the Women’s Fund of Greater Milwaukee and Chicago’s Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). She is a founding member of the Chicago chapter of Women on Boards 2020. Sangita is also an MBA professor teaching executive success skills, effective leadership, global diversity, and transformational change. She has been recognized numerous times for “Contributing to Excellence in Learning”. She is a member of the Forbes Coaches Council.

Sangita is a certified Myers-Briggs facilitator and Change Management Professional. She is the winner of an Associated Press award for journalistic excellence. Sangita has a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) and a Master’s degree in Liberal Studies from Northwestern University.