Enspira's "people-first" focus helps align business and human purpose so you can sustainably engage your workforce and boost performance.contact us
When organizations grow and evolve without prioritizing the inherent connection between people and business purpose, they risk wasting precious company resources and and disengaging employees.
This misalignment leads to ongoing pain points in processes, placements, and priorities that misdirect resources away from core mission.
Enspira unlocks human potential and business performance by swiftly aligning an organization’s purpose, values, and capabilities, and ensuring that processes and priorities are logical and mission-driven.
Understanding that people are the number-one drivers of business performance, Enspira helps ensure that employees are always top of mind.
Jenna has 15 years of experience leading high-impact Human Resources and nonprofit programs. Prior to Enspira, she worked at Biogen, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, and the Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston. She earned her MBA from Simmons College School of Management and holds an undergraduate degree in Communications and International Relations from Boston University. Jenna also teaches yoga, loves travel and the outdoors, and is the mother of two beautiful children, a black lab, and a charming chocolate puppy.
Anika has over 13 years of diverse human resources experience, crossing disciplines between the HR generalist function, talent development, and technology & operations. Prior to Enspira, she worked at multiple fast-growth startups, including Pinterest and Mozilla. Most recently, Anika led the HR strategy & operations team for Old Navy, while also participating as the co-chair of Gap Inc.’s Women in Leadership Employee Resource Group. Anika earned her BS in Business Administration, with a concentration in Human Resources, from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Anika enjoys running, wine tasting, and hanging out at the pool or golf course with her husband and sons.
Lizzie has more than 15 years of experience as an organization and talent development leader, helping people and organizations unlock their potential and achieve impact. Most recently, Lizzie led a culture transformation initiative at the largest community college in New England. Prior to that, she led social innovation programming at Brown University, coaching young social entrepreneurs to develop and launch new ventures. Lizzie is recognized for her strategic, analytical, and human-centered approach to diagnosing organizational challenges and designing practical solutions. She brings knowledge of design thinking, diversity and inclusion, facilitation techniques, and adult learning to developmental experiences for employees and organizations.