Giselle is a visual facilitator, process designer and artist who further developed her skills as senior consultant with The Grove Consultants International, a pioneering consultancy based in San Francisco that has developed and utilized large-scale visualization in real time for strategy, innovation, leadership and team development for more than 30 years.
Giselle has extensive background in teaching, learning, and school leadership and draws from these experiences when designing dynamic and engaging processes for clients. She has taught in every classroom K-12, and worked for over a decade in the area of school access, diversity, equity, and inclusion. Giselle holds an M.A. in Educational Leadership and a B.A. in Art History, both from Mills College in Oakland, CA. She is a San Francisco native and the daughter of Chinese immigrants.
Giselle's client work is evenly split between corporate work and non-profits. She is particularly interested in what can occur when groups of disparate thinkers are engaged in complex and conflicting dialogue, searching for alignment and possible solutions.
Giselle enjoys taking as many dance classes as humanly possible at her local dance studio, currently serves on the Community Advisory Panel for KQED, and serves as the Board President for RAWdance, a San Francisco-based contemporary dance company.
You can reach Giselle at firstname.lastname@example.org.