Diversity, inclusion, collaboration, and the power of collective wisdom. Strelo® Group not only extols these values, they define us.
Our co-founders, Shannon Rush-Call and Joanne Chu, have distinct backgrounds yet came together over the shared belief that organizations should be joyful, productive, and inclusive — and that work should be purposeful and fulfilling.
“In diversity there is beauty and there is strength.”
– Maya Angelou
Joanne Chu, Ph. D.
Joanne’s PhD expertise is the neuroscience of social communication.
She has developed compelling programs to engage leaders and teams in a way of working and leading that instills greater capacity for authentic, inclusive, and powerful human-centered problem-solving. She has a passion for supporting and developing mid-career and rising leaders in mission-driven and academic organizations. She resides in Decatur, GA.
Shannon Rush-Call, MPA
Shannon brings over two decades of experience designing and delivering client services and people programs in complex global environments of Fortune 500 companies.
She understands the power of cultivating commitment within teams and organizations to produce lasting outcomes. Central to Shannon’s purpose is building inclusive cultures and empowering professionals to be courageous leaders. She resides in Boise, ID.
Anna creates learning experiences that lead to personal action and drive change.
Anna is passionate about advancing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI). She was drawn to Strelo Group because of the firm’s bold focus on human flourishing. Strelo’s commitment to building inclusive leaders and high trust environments speaks to Anna’s desire for all people to find their spark and experience a deep sense of belonging in the workplace.
Amy brings 20 years of diverse experience in business, nonprofit development, and the arts.
Amy has a demonstrated ability to engage in creative and thought-provoking coaching that imbues her clients with authenticity, integrity, and courage. She was drawn to Strelo Group because its deep commitment to human-centered work aligns with her belief that the workplace should be a playground for development of the whole person.