Lori Todd’s Bio

Dr. Lori Todd is a visionary scientist, transformational coach, trainer, and artist. She is currently an Industrial Hygiene Consultant and an International Transformational Trainer and Coach.  She is a Director of Trainings at WorldLegacy in North Carolina. WorldLegacy offers personal effectiveness and leadership workshops and sponsors large-scale community service projects in the community.

Lori Todd has consulted for many industries, universities, and individuals on chemical exposure assessment and asbestos. Her teaching included students learning to work effectively in teams and in communicating effectively.  Dr. Lori Todd’s work has centered on research to measure chemicals in air, where she developed a groundbreaking method called Environmental CAT Scanning. In 1994 President Clinton awarded her a Presidential Faculty Fellow award for her teaching and research, one of thirteen scientists in the US. Lori was a finalist for the Discover Magazine Award for Technological Innovation for her research in mapping harmful chemicals in air.  Lori spent several years evaluating chemical exposures of workers in Nike Corporation footwear factories in Thailand. She has over 40 peer-reviewed publications and chapters.

Lori Todd has developed many unique workshops and coaching tools for coaching corporate executives, high quality trainers and transformational coaches. In her work, Lori challenges people to risk and give like it is their last day and grow like they have forever.