I help people understand that leadership is a mindset, not a status…and I love doing it.

For the past 23 years, I have traveled and worked around the globe. Partnering with people and communities to use leadership to build a great life or team.

And, I have seen incredible change… To witness and partner with people who create positive change in the world is one of the great joys in my life.

I am the co-founder and executive director of YoungLeaders.World, a global non-profit that helps youth understand important leadership lessons and how to apply them at a critical points in their lives.

I am a principal consultant with IN.FORM Series, a leadership development company. I work with organizations and teams; specializing in generational leadership, vision setting, values alignment and communication.

I am a huge fan of lifelong learning. I have a Bachelors degree in Physical Education, a Bachelors Degree in Eduction, and a Masters in Global Leadership. I love to spend quality time with friends and family, travel, eat great food and stay active. I call Edmonton, Canada my home.

Official Bio

Carla Cuglietta is a Canadian born educator, consultant, humanitarian and keynote speaker. Over the last 23 years she has been involved in global leadership and change projects in Canada, Mexico, El Salvador, Costa Rica, China, Laos, India, Sierra Leone and Uganda.

Carla is the Executive Director and Co-founder of YoungLeaders.World, an international non-profit organization whose aim is to help young people understand that leadership is a mindset, not a status. She is also a principal consultant and speaker with IN.FORM Series. To date, Carla has trained over 28,000 people worldwide and has spoken over two hundred thousand people through her keynote speaking tours.

Carla holds a Masters Degree in Global Leadership. She has been awarded the Canadian Prime Minister’s Certificate of Achievement, the University of Alberta Alumni of Distinction for her leadership work. In addition, she has been awarded the YWCA Woman of Distinction and the Lions Club International Award for her leadership and humanitarian work around the world.