Wilhelmina Tribble is the founder and President of Lowe Tribble & Associates, Inc. (LTA), a human resource development consulting firm that has provided training, facilitating and coaching to organizations in the private and public sectors since 1986.
Wilhelmina’s premier expertise is in diversity, retention and coaching. Through years of field work and consulting in the area of diversity, Wilhelmina designed a process model for Diversity and Retention Initiatives. The model, process and accompanying training programs were designed to increase retention rates and address diversity and inclusion issues. Her years of diversity work in the Florida and New York legal community, including judges, court staffs, bar associations, law schools and law firms, led to her position on the faculty of the Florida College of Advanced Judicial Studies, where she developed a course, Dealing with Differences: Understanding the Experiences of Litigants Before You and co- facilitated it with two judges.
Volunteerism is one of Wilhelmina’s core values. For the last 19 years, she has volunteered her time to the Florida legal community. She began by serving on The Florida Bar Grievance Committees in Miami and Orlando. The Florida Supreme Court appointed her, the first lay person, to The Florida Bar Board of Governors for two terms, the Florida Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism and the Florida Supreme Court Standing Committee on Fairness and Diversity, where she is actively involved in helping to further the cause of professionalism and diversity throughout the legal profession.
Drawing from her choreography background in the theater, athletic coaching, and certification training, Wilhelmina has acquired unique (coaching) techniques to help professionals and their teams achieve their goals. Wilhelmina brings over 28 years of real world experience and has logged over 3,000 coaching hours. Her clients include professionals in the corporate, legal and sports arenas throughout the U.S., South America, the Caribbean and Asia Pacific.
As the Executive Director of Management and Executive Development for a fortune 200 international company, Wilhelmina coached corporate managers in countries in Asia Pacific, Europe and South America through the design of processes that increased staff productivity, increased sales growth, and reduced stress in response to significant organizational change.
Ms. Tribble earned a Masters degree in Education Administration from California State University and her B.S. degree in Education from the City University of New York. She is a mother, an avid golfer, tennis player, snow skier and sports enthusiast.
has worked with the legal community for nearly 20 years. After
serving on Florida Bar grievance committees in Miami and Orlando,
The Florida Supreme Court appointed her, the first lay person,
to The Florida Bar Board of Governors for two terms.
was recently appointed to serve on the Supreme Court Commission
on Professionalism and Supreme Court Standing Committee on Fairness
and Diversity, where she is actively involved in helping to further
the cause of professionalism and inclusion in the legal profession
throughout the state of Florida. Tribble wrote and facilitates
Successful Lawyering in a Diverse Society, a diversity awareness
course that is certified for CLE credit. She also teaches attorneys,
judges and Bar staff how to facilitate the course.
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