Liddy founded WorkLife Partnership in 2009, building on her business, education, and nonprofit experience to create a new model of social enterprise. Since then, Liddy has been a catalyst for change in ways employers invest in their workforce to impact the bottom line, increase employee retention, and build economic stability and opportunity for their workers.
WorkLife Partnership provides one of the only employee benefits that meets the unique challenges faced by frontline workers. We offer employees an unmatched level of personal support through specially trained Resource Navigators and benefit the bottom line through talent retention, employee engagement, and productivity.
WorkLife is leading a network of providers to increase worker access to Resource Navigators across the country. Employers invest more than $2 million annually to support their workers through this benefit.
Liddy has more than 15 years of experience in working with government entities, nonprofit, and for-profit sectors. Liddy serves as an executive member of the Colorado Workforce Development Council and currently sits on the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City’s Community Development Advisory Council. She was a previous fellow of the Aspen Institute’s Economic Opportunity Program, which brought together leading innovators working to advance job quality in the U.S.
Liddy holds a double Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Psychology from the University of Notre Dame. She lives in Centennial, Colorado, with her spouse and three children.