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Dr. Cindy Pace

Dr. Cindy Pace

Head, Global Women's Initiative


New York City, Other

My purpose is to empower women to lead with purpose and impact so they can be the change they want to see in the world.




When I dare to be powerful, to use my strength in the service of my vision, then it becomes less and less important whether I am afraid. Audre Lorde

Empowering Women to Lead with Purpose

In my work, I am fortunate to travel across the world to educate associates and leaders on the importance of our Global Women’s Initiative (GWI). In this blog article, I share the impact of the GWI and MetLife’s commitment to providing opportunities for women in the workplace

Taking the Stage

Impact comes in various forms. I often take to the stage to speak about global trends, women in leadership and leading with purpose. I LOVE IT! I feel very comfortable being able to engage a group through storytelling, knowledge sharing and humor. #passmethemic

Topic - 21 Century Workforce Trends
Leadership Presence & Impact Coaching Coaching & Assessment Lecture and Instruction Facilitating Groups Curriculum and Program Design

Diverse Women in Leadership, Leveraging Power. Purpose.Impact, Motivational Speaking, Faciliting/Moderating Panels and Workshops


Head, Global Women's Initiative

At MetLife, we are on an exciting journey of transforming our company into a world-class organization of motivational leaders and associates focused making life matter. I feel so energized to have a job that aligns with my passion and purpose.

Empowering Women through Global Women's Initiative

Making an Impact

Manhattan College

Adjunct Professor, Organizational Leadership

In addition to my corporate job, I work with students in the MS Organizational Leadership program to elevate their careers by teaching them practical skills that will help them craft a road map to unleash their full potential as leaders.


Various Leadership Roles

I spent 12 years of my career at Pfizer. During that time I worked at the World Headquarters in New York City. I held various roles in Clinical Research, Global Diverstiy & Inclusion, Leadership Development and Organizational Change. I learned so much about talent and leadership. #Grateful

WCI Life Sciences

Management Consulting

I briefly tried my hat at consulting. I joined a global boutique firm with offices in the UK, US and South Africa. I learned a lot in my short time at WCI (now Navitas Life Sciences). However, I ended up working for our client. #listentoyourself

Solvay Pharmaceuticals (now Abbott Products)

Senior Clinical Researcher

After transitioning from clinical microbiology, I began my corporate career at Solvay Pharmaceuticals US Headquarters. I conducted clinical trials in women's health and became a published scientifc author while working here. #greatbeginnings

Take time to reflect

The Berkshires

Kripalu is a wonderful place to reflect, rest and renew



Monk's Pond is a must see


Time alone

Sitting in deep thought


Tea Time

Tea for the soul

Teachers College, Columbia University

Doctorate, Adult Learning and Leadership

Teachers College, Columbia University is the oldest and largest graduate school of education, ranked among the nation’s best. The Adult Learning and Leadership Program emphasizes transformative learning in diverse settings.

New York University

MA, Business and Workplace Education

Founded in 1890 as the School of Pedagogy, NYU Steinhardt was the first professional school devoted to teacher education established at an American university. In the business & workplace education program, I learned techniques for teaching business concepts and skills.

Morris Brown College

BS, Biology

On October 15, 1885, just 20 years after Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation, 107 students and nine teachers walked into a crude wooden structure at the corner of Boulevard and Houston Streets in Atlanta, Georgia, marking the opening of the first educational institution in Georgia under sole African-American patronage. That institution is Morris Brown College, named to honor the memory of the second consecrated Bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church. As an academic institution, grounded in excellence and anchored in tradition, Morris Brown College prepared me and others for lifetime of learning and achievement.