Gina LaRoche is an organizational leadership consultant, facilitator, and executive coach. She is a co-founder of Seven Stones Leadership Group with Jennifer Cohen where she leverages 25 years of experience in delivering executive programs that have challenged leaders, teams, and entrepreneurs to accelerate results using vision, strategy, and accountability. In the past two years, Gina has focused much of her attention on working with clients to create and lead inclusive organizations through Seven Stones Leadership’s Equity, Power & Belonging framework. This work is a natural extension of her thought leadership articulated in The Seven Laws of Enough.
Gina is a writer and collage artist, and author of Living in Sufficiency: A Daily Journey (2009), Unstuck: Make the Shift (2011), and the co-author of The Seven Laws of Enough (2018). The Seven Laws of Enough was named one of “4 Life-Lifting Books for 2019 and Beyond” by Black Enterprise.
Gina is a visiting faculty member at Simmons School of Management where she teaches and coaches in its executive education programs. As a faculty member, Gina has worked with Merck, Pfizer, Verizon, EMC, and the Boston Chamber of Commerce teaching mentoring, strategic networking and gender and leadership, while coaching participants on their 360 feedback. Gina has built a niche in working with colleges and universities including: Berklee College, Housatonic Community College, UNLV Law School, Harvard University, Northeastern University, and Yale University.
Prior to Seven Stones Leadership, Gina acquired 15 years of experience in sales, marketing and training at high-tech and emerging growth companies. She served as the director of marketing for Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) where she managed product marketing for the e-Business group. She was also a product-marketing manager at Vicorp Interactive Systems. Gina started her career as a sales professional at IBM in Waltham, MA where she received numerous excellence awards.
Gina holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BSBA from Georgetown University.