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Allison M. Vaillancourt, Ph.D.

​​Allison M. Vaillancourt, Ph.D. believes in the power of leveraging strengths and diverse perspectives. By focusing on what's working rather than what's wrong, and bringing multiple voices to conversations, people and organizations can approach transformation with energy and optimism. She supports organizational and professional transformation as a consultant and executive coach, and uses an appreciative inquiry approach that builds on organizational and individual assets.


Dr. Vaillancourt serves as a vice president for business affairs & human resources at the University of Arizona where she is also faculty member in the School of Government and Public Policy and Honors College.  Under her guidance, the University of Arizona has been nationally recognized for building a community of leaders, creating an inclusive organizational culture, offering award-winning work/life programs, and harnessing the wisdom of community members to inform planning, policies, and programs.  She writes about career and organizational culture issues as a regular Chronicle of Education contributor. 

     

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