Lori Sortino is a facilitator, consultant and host, working with transformation, meaningful dialogue and authentic leadership. She works with people with passion who want to make a difference, in order to accelerate their contribution within organization and community.

Lori enjoys the identification and working through of the beliefs, fears and thinking patterns that stop us from stepping boldly into our next levels of leadership, work and life.  Lori has a deep practice in a variety of disciplines, such as The Work (of Byron Katie) – a transformative process for working with limiting beliefs.

Lori has been active in the Art of Hosting global community of practice, hosts authentic practice circles in her community and produces podcasts and interviews that capture conversations and stories that provide access to the processes, practices and methods that occur in the deep work she is engaged in.  These recordings serve as her call to action to listen to your heart and go where you feel called, in spite of the fears.

Lori has been working with parents and families for over 20 years, in raising children with hearing loss as well as multiple special needs.  As a former board member and president of a state-wide non-profit parent organization for many years, she brings this experience to her current work consulting for grant funded organizations that provide awareness and parent-to-parent support for families with children with hearing loss.

Lori lives in Paso Robles, California with her husband and has two adult children in their twenties.  She is also an artist and photographer, loves the outdoors, plays tennis, and regularly plays with rocks, dirt, and plants.

 

Connect with Lori