'03MBA, Founder, Walker & Walker Enterprises
Lolita graduated from Morgan State University with a degree in industrial engineering and holds a Master in Business Administration from Simmons College. She is a woman and minority-owned small business owner, an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, and holds positions in several organizations. Previously a Director of North America Innovation, Change Management, and Delivery at Procter & Gamble, Lolita left the corporate world and founded Walker & Walker Enterprises in 2017. At her personal and professional coaching and change consultancy, Lolita creates intentional sacred-spaces for identifying, navigating, and sustaining change and transition for individuals, corporations, agencies, and groups.
Lolita is the author of The Intersection of You & Change, and host of the podcast, Coaching, Cocktails & Conversations. She is the single mom of one and is at the forefront of a movement that empowers women and teams to embrace their challenges and triumphs, act in their strengths, and thrive in the greatness that drives individual and group ownership toward a renewed vision of excellence.
Lolita participated in the Spring 2021 Mentors-in-Residence panel, Leveraging the Power of Our Voices: Antiracism in Action, and facilitated a workshop hosted by LDR 101: Enterprising Women entitled Principles of Leadership: Leading with Your Voice.