Episode 11

Apr 18 / Jennifer Longnion

Meet Libby Pollock

Interview by Jennifer Longnion


April 18, 2021


In this episode...

Sometimes the best way to make an impact and truly maximize what makes us Unique, Special & Different is to start with ourselves. Libby Pollock has done just that...leaving a senior role in Corporate America to pursue her real passion of empowering women to be the best versions of themselves. Through mentorship, community activism, and even her day job at Habitat for Humanity International, Libby is driving transformational change towards equality, access and empowerment for all women, especially those in the margins. And what is the key to empowerment? It starts from within - making small changes and big mindset shifts. Come learn about Libby’s conviction and unwavering commitment to women and about her work with the Jeannette Rankin Women’s Scholarship Fund.
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Libby Pollock
Libby Pollock has spent her entire career helping global organizations transform. Senior executives at Marriott, Delta Air Lines, UPS, The Coca-Cola Company and Assurant have relied on her to help them adopt large-scale changes. If the work was challenging, high stakes and strategic, Libby was onboard. But something was missing from her career. Passionate about empowering women and making an impact, she found herself becoming more active in non-profit organizations and community efforts. In 2019, Libby decided that the next transformational change she needed to manage was not for a Fortune 500 company, but for herself. Inspired by other women change makers, she left her corporate gig for Habitat for Humanity International, where she leads a transformational journey that will significantly increase positive outcomes for those in need of decent shelter worldwide. Libby is Chair of the Board of Directors of the Jeannette Rankin Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides college scholarships and support to low-income women over 35. She is actively involved with the Atlanta Women’s Foundation and the Jewish Women’s Fund of Atlanta and serves as a mentor for the Mary Hall Freedom Village. Originally from Iowa, Libby graduated from Indiana University, and is now based in Atlanta. She has been married to her college sweetheart for almost 20 years and has a full house with two kids, a dog, two cats, and a fish. She is looking forward to traveling the world again soon.
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