Dynamic. Powerful. Insightful. Authentic. These are some of the adjectives used to describe Juliette Mayers – Corporate Executive turned Chief Inspiration Officer. As an in-demand speaker, author and Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) thought leader, Juliette is a dynamic speaker and D&I consultant. Her mission is to help others achieve their dreams. Through her books, keynote presentations and her strategic consulting D&I practice, Juliette inspires her audiences and clients to reach their highest ideals. A favorite with corporate groups and employee resource groups (ERGs), she speaks with authority and empathy.
In this age of racial reckoning, Juliette skillfully educates her audience, while sharing practical tips for organizations on topics such as “Creating Diverse and Inclusive Workplaces.” Juliette brings her full self to her engagements and shares her “lived experience” as a Black woman who has scaled the corporate ladder before launching her consulting and speaking business. As a confidante and advisor to CEOs, she is helping to transform some of America’s largest corporations through her diversity, equity and inclusion work.
A networking expert, Juliette's popular books, A Black Woman’s Guide to Networking and The Guide to Strategic Networking have received international acclaim. She has been featured in TV and print media including WHDH, WCVB, CBS, Advertising Age, Boston Business Journal and The Boston Globe.
Mayers is the recipient of numerous awards including the Gwen Ifill Trailblazer Award from Simmons College, Women of Influence recognition from the Boston Business Journal(BBJ), The GK 100 Most Influential Leaders of Color Award (Founder’s Choice) from GetKonnected, Diversity Leadership Award from the Boston Business Journal, Hispanic-American Chamber award, Women Worth Watching award from Diversity Journal, The Sojourner Truth Business Leadership Award and the Leading Women’s Award from The Girl Scouts of Eastern MA.
Mayers’ board service includes her appointment by Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker, to the MassHire State Workforce Board; her appointment by Boston Mayor Martin Walsh to the Boston Women’s Workforce Council and she serves on the board of Eastern Bank.
A native of Barbados, West Indies, her journey is passionately woven into the fabric of her powerful storytelling. Juliette is also on a mission to help Corporate America lean into creating diverse and inclusive workplaces.
“Juliette’s insightful advice on strategic networking was memorable, practical and can be applied in a multitude of settings across different cultures.”
“Juliette’s workshop was so inspirational! It provided a welcome opportunity to think about and reflect on ‘me’ and managing my brand, as well as strategies for moving my business forward.”