Eliza Ramos is a facilitator, leadership coach and organizational development consultant. She is the founder and Chief Integrity Officer at Circles International. CI supports social justice leaders and organizations to cultivate wellbeing and prevent burnout. Their work focuses at the intersections of wellbeing, leadership development, and diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI).
Eliza is an instructor of leadership development at the Harvard School of Public Health, a co-instructor of the Collective Leadership Certificate Program at Rootwise Leadership, has been a keynote speaker for the Stanford Social Innovation Review, BlueCross BlueShield Foundation, Apple, and 1440 Multiversity, and facilitates workshops and trainings on D.E.I. and wellbeing at universities such as UC San Francisco, UC Berkeley, Johns Hopkins University, and University of Minnesota. Her writing has been published by the United Nations, UNICEF and the Columbia Social Work Review. A believer in the power of collective impact and cross-pollination, she serves on the board of the Center for Courage and Renewal. She is bilingual in English and Spanish.
Eliza holds an M.P.H. from Harvard University and an M.S.W. from Columbia University. Originally from Beaverton, Oregon, she currently resides in Oakland, California, where she enjoys being part of the bay area’s arts, activism and healing communities.