Mattingly Solutions is a Pittsburgh-based, female-founded HR/management consulting firm. We build and implement innovative workplace behavior change solutions that combine
-Learning & development (L&D) with
-Diversity & inclusion (D&I) and
to improve the human experience at work.
We strategically partner with HR, L&D and D&I professionals responsible for developing inclusive, collaborative, emotionally intelligent teams at their respective organizations.
Mattingly Solutions inspires, educates, and implements tools that sustain behavior change, resulting in a workplace where everyone feels valued, respected and heard.
Founder and CEO, Dr. Victoria Mattingly, earned her PhD in organizational psychology from Colorado State University.
Dr. Mattingly's academic training and industry experience focused on the research and implementation of workplace interventions that result in happier employees, better leaders, healthier company cultures, and a more inclusive and equitable workforce.
The current focus of Mattingly Solutions is to help companies develop and measure inclusive workplace behaviors that lead to a more diverse and inclusive workplace where EVERYONE has the opportunity to thrive.
Before starting Mattingly Solutions, Dr. Mattingly worked as a learning and development consultant at Development Dimensions International (DDI), a behavior change solution designer at Mind Gym, and as a talent assessment specialist at Amazon.
In addition to her consulting work, Dr. Mattingly speaks to diverse audiences and runs corporate workshops about topics such as gender equality, allyship, interpersonal communication, career development, and reducing workplace stress and burnout.
A born and raised Yinzer (a gender inclusive pronoun!), Victoria proudly attended Woodland Hills HS and earned her Bachelors of Science in psychology and communications from the University of Pittsburgh. She moved back to Pittsburgh in 2016 after living in phenomenal places across the U.S. (New Orleans, Portland, Colorado & Seattle) until finally returning home. She now lives in the Strip District with her husband and 5-year-old son.