Angela is a Fellow of Oxford Leadership.
Her consulting work emphasises the development of Individuals, Teams, Organisations and Industries. With over 30 years of consulting experience across multiple industries, Angela brings a unique style of artful assessment, generous listening and reflective inquiry. During her time at Johnson & Johnson, Angela consulted to business leaders across the consumer, medical device and pharmaceutical sectors. Based in the USA, Angela works in English.
As former Chief Learning Officer Angela’s background includes working with CEOs, College Presidents, Senior Managers, High Potential Leaders and Board of Directors to implement Talent Management strategies across global enterprises. She has coached hundreds of leaders with The Center for Creative Leadership. Ms. Airall is the architect of the Duke Leadership Academy building and leading the Executive Coaching Practice at Duke University. At Johnson and Johnson, she pioneered Leader View’s Global High Potential Talent Management strategy. She recently launched the Talent Management Succession Planning strategy at Duke Medicine building the bench for Division Chiefs and Medical Chairs resulting in a stronger female leadership bench.
Angela is a graduate of the University of Southern California and has an MBA in Marketing from Boston University. She holds numerous Training Program Certifications and is a Graduate of the Executive Management Program at Harvard Business School. Angela is Author of ‘Teams at Work’ published by Pfeiffer & Co and contributing author to ‘Leadership: The Eleanor Roosevelt way’.
Agilent, Battelle Research Institute, Barclays Bank, UK, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Center for Creative Leadership (CCL), CINergy, Convergys, Duke Corporate Education, Duke University, Efficacy for People of Color/ Efficacy for Women, Ethicon Endo, Scholars Program, Girl Scouts of the USA, Inc., Johnson and Johnson, McNeil Nutritionals – Splenda Account, Neutragena, Nicholas School of the Environment, Norfolk State University President, North Carolina Central University, Randstat, Sedation Systems, University of Pennsylvania, Urban League Emerging Leadership Program, The American Institute for Managing Diversity, Vedior, YWCA