Erin Eisner

Speaker, Consultant, Attorney and Founder

Erin is an engaged leader who has spent her career working on and around people and diversity initiatives and workplace systems. She is an experienced strategist and trusted counselor who steps in alongside businesses, leadership teams and individuals to deliver practical, impactful results. Erin’s passion is to work with and lead teams of diverse professionals to help companies elevate the entire work experience.

Erin is an attorney by education and experience and spent her legal career as an employment law trial lawyer and inhouse general counselfor both small and large companies. Erin has experience working with small and midsize business owners in the Burger King, KFC, and Carl's Jr. franchise systems, as well as representing the United States Department of the Treasury and Department of Homeland Security in employment related litigation, arbitration, policymaking and advice counseling.

Erin was the first woman appointed to serve in the C suite of the Boy Scouts of America as the top executive leading human resources, diversity and inclusion, corporate culture, change management, training and leadership development. Erin has served and advised board clients throughout her career and is experienced with board governance and corporate responsibility issues from both a legal and executive perspective.

Erin is a frequent presenter and facilitator in the areas of people systems, DEI, leadership development, conflict resolution, management training, board governance, workplace culture, and employment law. Erin is a native of Southern California but calls Texas home after her 25 years in the Dallas area. She attended Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California and Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law in Dallas, Texas. She enjoys travel with her family and trying to keep up with her teenage children.