Lizann Roberts is a consultant and certified executive coach who has an extensive and atypical culture of experience. Prior to beginning her work as a consultant, she was a college professor and administrator and provided consulting services to multi-site corporations. She worked for two large health care organizations employing over 18,000 employees, owned a small restaurant and served as human resources professional in a 2,500 employee organization for 10 years. Lizann has worked with executives, managers and their teams in the United States, Caribbean and West Africa.
Serving as a coach, consultant and facilitator, she works with a diverse range of organizations to improve health, while addressing the behavioral, social and environmental challenges that have an impact on health outcomes. Lizann also offers learning experiences on leadership presence and competencies, work/life balance, resilience, building community and organizational commitment to health and the role of spoken/unspoken language.
Lizann received both B.A. and M.A. degrees in Health Education and earned a leadership development and coaching certificate from Georgetown University. She is a certified Somatic Coach with the Strozzi Institute, a certified trainer for the Human Performance Institute and has trained with the Paul Ekman Group on Understanding Emotions and Micro expressions. She has been a preceptor and adjunct faculty member of the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and Armstrong Atlantic State University.
Lizann and her husband Joe live in an island community close to Savannah and she is blessed to be the mother of one stepson, a three legged black Labrador who survived cancer, three step-stepsons and one adopted stepdaughter. She is a passionate board member of Healthy Savannah and enjoys paddling a kayak in the coastal rivers, bicycling, gardening and cooking.