CEO, ReEmployAbility, Inc.
School of Return to Work
Factors Influencing Return-to-Work and Overcoming Return-to-Work Challenges
Debra Livingston started ReEmployAbility almost 20 years ago after a career in various executive roles in the workers’ compensation industry. Today, the Transition2Work program has helped thousands of injured workers, individuals who are typically concerned and uncertain about their lives after having experienced an injury. Through ReEmployAbility, she works with clients to advocate for their employees and to encourage a more empathetic and supportive approach during the return-to-work process. By joining business and community, ReEmployAbility has provided volunteers to thousands of nonprofit organizations across the US who have contributed over 14.7 million hours of community service! Debra is a member of Chief Leadership Group, a private network for women in executive leadership, and serves on several boards. She is a member of the WorkCompCentral Education Advisory Board, on the advisory board for South State Bank, and on the executive board of The Spring of Tampa Bay. Debra is also active in her local church, Nativity Catholic Church, and supports HOPE (Hillsborough Organization for Progress and Equality), and The Heroes Journey Foundation.