Dr. Sheryl Gee, a cultural psychologist and organization development consultant with over 25 years of experience, is Vice President of Training and Organization Development at Neighborhood House Association in San Diego, CA. She is also the founder of InnoVisions, a social enterprise of Neighborhood House Association that provides leadership, staff, and organization development services to public, nonprofit, and corporate organizations.
Following successful career experiences as a preschool teacher, site supervisor, rehabilitation counselor/consultant, and corporate area manager, in 1995 Gee commenced work as an internal organization effectiveness specialist with the City of San Diego. Gee went on to serve as an external organization development consultant and executive coach. She has worked with individuals and teams across several industries including education, nonprofit, faith-based, government, military services, health services, pharmaceuticals, biotech, consumer products, technology and finance. Examples include Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Alliant International University, San Diego Community College District, River Valley Charter School, City of Oakland, City of Berkeley, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy, U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Department of Transportation, San Diego County Water Authority, Ford Motor Company, QUALCOMM, Pfizer, Booz Allen & Hamilton, Ernst & Young, Google, Energizer, Aerospace Corp, Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Solar Turbines, ITW Space Bags, Volunteers of America, Alpert Jewish Family and Children Services, Bayview Baptist Church, Father Joe Villages, Future Generations Foundation, and Broad Foundation.
Gee is an expert at helping leaders develop self-awareness and emotional-regulating abilities, interpersonal skills, and cultural competencies necessary to successfully influence and lead others. She possesses very honed skills in leadership development, strategic planning, performance management, conflict resolution, culture change initiative, diversity/inclusion, personality dynamics, and team building. Since 1999, Gee has served as a Feedback and Leader/Executive Coach with the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL); a core adjunct professor at National University; and regularly serves as a guest lecturer at other colleges and universities. She also serves as a consultant with the Alliance for Children and Families’ Executive Consultant Select Group.
Gee holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Grambling State University, a master’s degree in counseling from Louisiana Tech University, and a master’s and Doctor of Psychology degree in culture and human behavior from Alliant International University. She is a qualified/trained mediator and provider of several organization, team, and individual assessment instruments.
Gee serves on the San Diego Delta Foundation Board; the Alliance for Children and Families/University of Michigan Executive Leadership Institute Alumni Connections Board, is an advisory board member for the Institute on Violence, Abuse, and Trauma at Alliant International University; and is a life member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority and Grambling State University Alumni Association. Throughout the years she has supported and served on numerous educational and nonprofit boards. Gee is passionate about helping people work better, and better together.