Mrs. Gabrielle Vetter-Taaffe is an organizational development and human resources management specialist with 25+ years of experience in the private and public sector, primarily with international organizations. Her career began in NYC with one of the leading “headhunting” firms. Thereafter, she moved to Baltimore, MD to work in human resources with a retail and commercial bank where she emphasized the importance of addressing the issues of employees and supervisors alike proactively and expediently. Her focus then shifted to conceptualizing and implementing leadership development programs at all levels of the organization for a geographically dispersed target audience at a development bank in Washington, D.C. Most recently Gabrielle worked as Program Manager for a consulting firm in the same area of leadership development. She is currently a freelance consultant where she is applying her combined skill-set on projects with the Inter-American Development Bank, The World Bank Group, USAID, the Pan-American Health Organization, and small non-profits.
Gabrielle has also been an active volunteer with CornerStone Montgomery in their Vocational Services group for youth and young adults.
Her undergraduate degree is in Psychology from Drew University in NJ, her graduate degree is in organizational psychology from Columbia University in NY, and she received here ISPI CTP designation in 2011.
Gabrielle has lived and travelled extensively in Europe and South America. She is bi-lingual in English and Spanish, and conversational in German and French.
Please join me in congratulating Gabrielle as she continues her journey with ISPI Potomac!
Bill Yeager, CPT
President, ISPI Potomac Chapter