Hadley Zeavin (she/her/hers) is a consultant who specializes in independent K-12 schools and sports-related organizations. Hadley’s work focuses on building empathy and relationships while using those skills to contribute to communities. Hadley has co-developed curriculum taught to school leadership as well as Lower, Middle and Upper Schools' students at La Jolla Country Day School. Her pre-eminent program is entitled "Dignity", which works to increase inclusive language and support diversity, equity, and inclusion through an experiential and neuro-scientific approach while integrating restorative practices. It is her belief that through empathy and inclusivity, we can build stronger, more resilient schools and communities.
A sociology and women’s and gender studies major at Vanderbilt University (B.A.) and sport and exercise management graduate of the Ohio State University (M.A.), Hadley spent time working in collegiate and professional athletics before transitioning into a career in independent schools.
Hadley lives in San Diego with her two dogs, Jackson and Lady Brett Ashley, and two guinea pigs. She loves to read, crochet, and competes in the Amateur hunter divisions on the US Equestrian Federation ‘A’ circuit in her spare time.