Gretal Leibnitz

Gretal Leibnitz


Gretal Leibnitz, Ph.D., is an Experimental Psychologist, and Certified as an Associate in Project Management, and serves as the Research & Grants Consultant for the Women in Engineering ProActive Network (WEPAN). Over the last decade Leibnitz has worked to establish, apply, adapt, and disseminate evidence-based strategies to support institutional and organizational culture change to advance diversity, equity and inclusion in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines. Currently she is the Principal Investigator (PI) and Project Director of WEPAN’s NSF-funded Transforming Engineering Culture to Advance Inclusion and Diversity (TECAID) project. Previously she served as co-PI and Project Director of WEPAN’s NSF-funded Engineering Inclusive Teaching (EIT): Faculty Professional Development, and i-Corps-L projects. She came to WEPAN following service as grant writer, co-PI, and Assistant Director of ADVANCE at Washington State University, an NSF ADVANCE Institution Transformation (IT) project. As a function of her ADVANCE work, Leibnitz founded and continues to direct the ADVANCE Implementation Mentors (AIM) Network, a community of practice of 100+ ADVANCE change leaders from 70+ NSF-ADVANCE-funded institutions around the nation. Her NSF ADVANCE-funded work includes the AIM Network: Women of Color Allies and Partner’s Project (co-PI/ Project Director.)

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