Shareen Luze


Head of Culture and Field Experience
RBC Wealth Management–U.S.

“We believe we have a responsibility to help employees show up at work as their authentic selves. By embracing this mindset, we can truly develop a diverse and inclusive workforce.”

In her role as head of culture and field experience for RBC Wealth Management–U.S., Shareen Luze dedicates herself to ensuring the firm’s purpose-driven culture and strong values are at the core of every business decision. She has built a career around providing compassionate advice and counsel to employees, managers and leaders.

Shareen provides oversight and guidance on workplace strategy and serves as the company’s key champion of the employee experience. She also oversees the implementation of the firm’s diversity and inclusion strategy and serves as co-executive sponsor of the firm’s Diversity Leadership Council and executive sponsor of the Women’s Association of Financial Advisors (WAFA).

Shareen joined RBC in 2006 as an associate general counsel. She transitioned to Human Resources in 2008 and became director of the U.S. Employee Relations team. In 2012, she took on additional responsibilities for workplace risk management before she was appointed head of human resources in 2018. Prior to joining RBC, she worked as a senior associate counsel at a Minneapolis law firm, practicing in the areas of employment counseling and litigation.

She earned a bachelor’s degree with honors from the University of Michigan and graduated cum laude from Hamline University School of Law. Shareen currently serves on the board of directors for the Tubman Center, which promotes safe and healthy individuals and families through education and support services.

When she’s not in the office, Shareen enjoys spending time with her husband and two children.

Shareen's insights

Why employee well-being should be at the forefront of every back-to-the-office strategy


Whether it’s redefining productivity or just getting used to wearing something other than sweatpants, getting back into the swing of things takes time and everyone moves at their own pace.

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Well-being at work: What we’ve learned from the Great Resignation

With pandemic stress and burnout topping the list of reasons why people left their jobs, it’s clear workers are looking for greater support.

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