Renee Allerheiligen is a professional leadership and organization character development consultant, facilitator, and speaker. She is the President of Avila Leadership dedicated to developing organizational cultures of leadership, character, and performance. She also serves Carew International and the Spitzer Center for Ethical Leadership and their clients as a facilitator and consultant.
Renee began a marketing career with Koch Industries, followed by American Greetings Corporation. She transitioned into the training, management, and human development field in 1998 with Schering-Plough Corporation, which evolved solely into organizational and personal professional development as a private consultant to Schering-Plough. She has remained committed to the integral development of others with a wide-range of organizations ever since. In addition to work in the corporate arena, Renee has served various parishes, diocese, and Catholic institutions in the areas of stewardship formation, stewardship spirituality, strategic pastoral planning, and leadership development.
Renee received a Masters in Organizational Leadership from Gonzaga University with a certification in Servant Leadership, a Masters in Theological Studies from Newman University, and a Bachelor of Science in Business Marketing from Emporia State University. She lives in Minneapolis with her husband, Jarod, and their three children who attend Catholic schools.