Lowell A. Doringo has held a wide variety of roles focused on learning and development, beginning with his work at the Walt Disney World® Resort in Orlando, Florida, where served as an on-the-job trainer, orientation facilitator and operations training manager. In 2007, he was selected from Disney’s 62,000 employees to serve as the Walt Disney World Ambassador, a role originally created by Walt Disney to serve as Disney’s official spokesperson and goodwill emissary to all nations. Following his ambassadorship, he co-created and led the Emerging Leaders Program, an intensive eight-week training program designed for newly promoted Disney operations managers.
In 2016, Lowell joined the entertainment publishing company Activision Blizzard as senior manager of global talent development, where he led the successful implementation of the company’s first enterprise-wide LMS and Blizzard Entertainment’s first global diversity and inclusion curriculum. In 2020, Lowell joined the cybersecurity sector with CrowdStrike Inc. as the senior manager for learning and talent, leading learning and development efforts in a remote environment. Today, Lowell is the director of leadership learning and development at CrowdStrike, where he leads the L&D team’s global curriculum.
Outside of work, he remains involved in various nonprofit work, most notably with HOSA-Future Health Professionals. In 2012, he led the nationwide organization by serving as chairman and CEO of its board of directors. Lowell is also an improv actor, having completed the performance track at The Groundlings Theatre in Hollywood, California. Lowell holds a Bachelor of Science in communication studies from the University of Texas at Austin and a Master of Science in organizational leadership from Norwich University.