Dr. Evangelina Holvino is President of Chaos Management, Ltd., a consulting partnership providing organizational solutions for collaborative, equitable, and participatory work through consultation, facilitation and education. She designs and facilitates change interventions in four areas: Diversity, equality and inclusion strategies; Facilitating groups for organization and community change; Leadership and career development for Latino/as and people of color; and Developing internal resources for change.
Dr. Holvino is a Faculty Affiliate at the Center for Gender in Organizations at the Simmons School of Management in Boston. Her research, writing and presentations focus on the simultaneity of race, ethnicity, gender, class, and nationality and the opportunities and challenges these differences create in organizations. She received her doctorate degree in organizational development from the University of Massachusetts and has taught at the School for International Training, the American University/NTL Master’s Program, and the Harvard Educational Leadership Doctoral Program.
Dr. Holvino is a 2005 recipient of the Anna Maria Arias award for Latina entrepreneurship and currently serves on the Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Council of Novartis and the editorial advisory board of the Diversity Factor Journal. She is a member and previously served on the board of directors of the NTL Institute and the Boston Center of the A.K. Rice Institute for the Study of Social Systems. Born and raised in San Juan, Evangelina lives in Vermont with her partner James Cumming and writes short stories about her Latina identity.