Sabah Cambrelen joined the World Lacrosse board of directors in October 2021 as its first diversity & inclusion director. She has more than 20 years of management consulting experience, working with global clients across numerous industries, and proving her ability to effectively direct the formulation and execution of new business strategies and reengineer projects to achieve organizational imperatives.
Since January 2020, Cambrelen has served as a managing director for PricewaterhouseCoopers, where she leads the diversity and inclusion consulting practice focused on helping clients accelerate their D&I journeys.
Cambrelen has extensive experience leading transformational change, specifically to help organizations align D&I strategies with business outcomes and culture change. Her strategic execution focus helps organizations enable pragmatic solutions that go beyond visionary statements and bold directives, to tangible, measurable, results-oriented outcomes.
Cambrelen serves as an expert panelist for The Centre for Global Inclusion, helping influence global standards on measuring organizational maturity with D&I efforts. She also serves as an advisory board member for the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado, as well as a board member for City Year Denver, an organization that strives to improve high school graduation rates in Denver’s most at-risk schools.
Prior to joining PwC, Cambrelen led D&I teams for Point B, where she guided the inception of the company’s D&I efforts from the ground up, implementing transformational culture change. She has also served on the Women’s Energy Network board, helping advance women in the energy sector by creating access to networking, mentoring and career growth opportunities.
Cambrelen earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from Colorado College, and now resides in Denver, Colorado, USA. She has lived in eight countries and maintains four global citizenships.