Loh-Sze Leung is the owner and principal of Leung Consulting in Dallas, TX, which provides program development, research, facilitation and strategic planning services to philanthropic and nonprofit organizations with a focus on workforce development and economic opportunity. Since 2016, she has also served as co-director of the Workforce Matters funders affinity group, where she staffs the race equity, 2Gen workforce strategies and future of work learning networks.
Loh-Sze has worked with a wide range of philanthropic clients, including the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the National Fund for Workforce Solutions, JPMorgan Chase, and the Annie E. Casey Foundation. She has served as lead facilitator for two funder learning collaboratives in Cleveland and the San Francisco Bay Area focused on race equity in workforce development grantmaking. And she is co-facilitating the Aspen Institute's Dallas Economic Opportunity Leadership Academy in 2019-2020.
Loh-Sze has authored or edited a number of publications about workforce development and the labor market, including Taking Action: Positioning Low-Income Workers to Succeed in a Changing Economy, a book of case studies about the future of work; Strengthening Dallas-Fort Worth: Building a Middle-Skill Pipeline to Sustain Economic Growth and Expand Opportunity; and the Sustainability Guide for Workforce Funder Collaboratives.
From 2005-2014, Loh-Sze was the executive director of SkillWorks, a workforce funder collaborative in Boston. Prior to SkillWorks, she was assistant executive director of the Los Angeles Youth Opportunity Movement. A graduate of Harvard-Radcliffe College and the UCLA School of Public Affairs, Loh-Sze lives with her husband and two children in Dallas, TX.