Lauren Leader

Co-Founder & CEO

Lauren Leader, is the co-founder and CEO of All In Together. She has dedicated her life and career to advancing women in business and politics and has been a tireless advocate for diversity and inclusion. Her writing and thought leadership appears in a wide range of publications including USA Today, New York Times, Washington Post, The Hill, Know Your Value, Harvard Business Review, Bustle, Fatherly, Refinery29 and many more. She is a frequent speaker, lecturer, and panel member at a wide array of major forums including the Aspen Ideas Festival, Milken Global Conference, Silicon Slopes and the World Economic Forum in Davos. She is a frequent commentator on MSNBC, particularly Morning Joe, and has appeared on most major news outlets including CNN, FOXNews, CBS and more  where she addresses issues of gender equity and inclusion. She is also the co-host of a digital series on called Equal Value.

In addition to her leadership of All In Together, Lauren works with a wide range of global corporations to advance civic participation, women’s leadership and social impact. Over the last decade, both in leading the global think tank Center for Talent Innovation (now CoEqual) where she was President and in her roles as an executive advisor at Oliver Wyman and Deloitte, she helped large companies drive greater innovation and growth through diversity, inclusion and sustainability.

Lauren’s book, Crossing the Thinnest Line (Hachette Center Street, September 2016) and sparked an important conversation about the importance of diversity to the future of America.  Lauren was listed as one of Fortune’s 50 Most Influential Women on Twitter and was a 2018 Presidential Leadership Scholar. In 2019 she was elected to the Town Council of Harrison New York, where she still serves.  She is a life member of the Council on Foreign Relations and a graduate of Barnard College.