Alesia Latson

Alesia Latson

Alesia Latson

Senior Consultant Stone Lake Leadership Group, LLC

Alesia Latson has been studying and practicing the art and science of leadership and organizational development for over 20 years. Alesia has held management and organizational development roles in Fortune 100 financial services organizations, healthcare and for the federal government.

Alesia Latson is the cofounder of LeadvantEDGE, Inc., a Leadership Training and Coaching firm, where she works as the Chief Possibilities Officer.

Through expert facilitation and personal coaching, Alesia has developed hundreds of leaders at all levels to expand their management and leadership effectiveness as well as their leadership brand. She provides principles, programs, and systems that improve productivity and enhance workplace culture. Alesia is appreciated for her insight, creativity, and her exceptional skills as a facilitator and coach.

Alesia received her M.A. in Training and Development from Lesley University and her B.A. in psychology from the University of Illinois. Based in Boston, she is a former adjunct faculty member of Lesley University, Bentley College and St. Joseph’s University.


L e a d e r s h i p S p e a k e r

She is a frequent guest speaker for Fortune 500 organizations. Alesia has also presented at Babson Executive Education, MIT Sloan School of Business, Simmons School of Management, Boston College and the University of Michigan Ross Business School and serves as an executive coach in Harvard University’smProfessional Leadership Development Program.


M a n a g e m e n t C o n s u l t a n t

Alesia’s depth of experience working with senior leaders allows her to recognize and offer solutions for personal and organizational success. Her perspective is truly a global one—Alesia has worked with clients in Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, England, Canada, Switzerland, France, China, Korea, Hong Kong and Singapore.


E x p e r t A u t h o r

She co-authored More Time for You: A Powerful System for Organizing Your Work and Getting Things Done.