ABOUT DEBORA BLOOM
Debora Bloom specializes in workforce diversity, harassment prevention and leadership development. For over 25 years, she has consulted to a wide variety of organizations in the U.S. and internationally. Her values-based focus on respect, inclusion, and good business practices is an integral part of her work with client organizations.
Before establishing her own firm in 1986, Debora held human resource positions at Wang Laboratories and Digital Equipment Corporation. Prior to that she was a department head in hospitals and served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Colombia. Her later work in many Latin American countries as well as in Nigeria, Hong Kong, and Belgium shaped the international perspective and Spanish language fluency she brings to her projects.
Ms. Bloom held management faculty positions at several colleges including the University of Massachusetts, Northeastern University, and Lesley University. She also taught in the anti-discrimination trainer certification program offered by the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD).
Debora holds an M.A. from New York University and completed doctoral studies in organizational development at Harvard and MIT.