Falls Church, VA – June 21, 2019 – Arielle Goodman's work is grounded at the intersection of personal transformation, organizational development, and social justice. She weaves together more than 10 years of internal and external consulting, spanning international and domestic terrain, in grassroots, community, non-profit, labor, government, and mission-driven spaces. In her most recent roles she has been providing consulting for state-level and higher education organized labor. Her volunteer experience includes organizing alongside indigenous communities in Mexico, intergenerational teams on the West Side of Chicago, and health centers in Cambodia with the Peace Corps. As a social worker, she intuitively understands human behavior and adaptability, how people operate in their environment, and strategies to create an organizational culture where people thrive and values align. She delicately balances micro and macro insights, as is exhibited by her leadership development and executive coaching paired with a systems, high-level analysis. Arielle is deeply passionate about inspiring change that brings forth the best self and ultimately, the best of an organization. She is excited by questions that unearth the way transformation drives organizational and business outcomes, social impact, and undoubtedly, how that excavation informs her personal and professional growth.
Arielle graduated summa cum laude from George Washington University with a bachelor's in Psychology, she has a Master of Social Work from the University of Michigan, and an international diploma in humanitarian assistance from Fordham University. Arielle also studied sustainable grassroots development and social change in Oaxaca City, Mexico. She speaks Spanish and Khmer.