Faith Kohler, J.D. is a licensed attorney and former federal agent with vast experience in risk and harm prevention. During her law enforcement career Faith has received national recognition for the creation of innovative, prevention-focused programs for organizations that include the U.S. Postal Service and cross-industry Fortune 500 companies. Her work enables organizations to address risk and build safer workplace culture using a holistic, multi-disciplinary approach. Faith’s unique approach to prevention helps organizations achieve safer outcomes. Her program architecture factors in a diverse range of organizational goals: enhanced employee experience that considers both physical and psychological safety; increased employee retention; reductions in lost time and claims resulting from workplace incidents or injuries; proactive reporting of con-cerns and potential risks; collaborative, risk-based decision-making; safer, more interventional response; improved collaboration between departments that reduces organizational and human risk; improved organizational mindset and employees behaviors and a safer, more preventive workplace culture. Faith’s proven ability to navigate challenges and lead cross-functional teams through cultural change delivers exceptional, measurable results.
Faith is a mom to three grown sons and a feisty Jack Russell Terrier. She is also a published au-thor, visual artist and social practice filmmaker. A frequent panelist and speaker on issues relat-ed to homelessness, violence prevention and other critical social issues, Faith uses her art as a platform to spark community conversations and change. She holds a B.A. from Wellesley Col-lege and a J.D. from Marquette University Law School. When not traveling she divides her time between Miami, FL and Milwaukee, WI.