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Andrea Lising Paull
HR and Equity Consultant and Coach
Andrea Paull, M.Ed., has been facilitating workshops centered on racial equity, building cultural capacity and transformation for the past 15 years, and has dedicated her life to supporting leaders who are committed to creating extraordinary results towards an equitable world. She has worked with Seattle University, United Way, Forum for Theological Exploration, Everett Community College, YMCAs of Snohomish County, and Treehouse, among others.
Andrea has worked in the education sector for 15 years, four of those focused on HR equity, and previously worked in the banking and real estate industries. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Washington, Seattle, and her Master’s in Education from Western Governors University.
Andrea is a Filipina immigrant currently residing in the greater Seattle area with her husband and two children.
Facilitator focusing on team development and equity trainings
As a social justice and equity advocate:
Fleur strives to live in integrity with my values in all areas of her life. Her work is especially relevant to people in the 'helping professions' (e.g., teaching, medicine, non-profits). She focuses on how we can show up in authentic contribution and service by doing what is wanted and needed in this world through an equity and liberation lens. She supports her clients move from “charity burnout” to a powerful position of gratitude and contribution. Martyrdom undermines equity and the sustainability of our work.
Fleur started facilitating 18 years ago:
on challenge course programs with youth and adults. Currently, she works with several companies utilizing experiential facilitation with corporate and nonprofit groups. Fleur's style is based on sharp analysis, flexible thinking, fun, purpose and results. Her work is relationship-based with connection, collaboration, and community as integral elements to reach results.
"Fleur's facilitation is warm, inviting and inclusive. She also challenges the group to see situation differently and turn assumptions on their head. She has a sensitivity to group dynamics and a commitment to process that is really unique."
Jefferson County Commissioner