Agriculture, B2B, Beauty & Fashion, Canada, Civic and Government, Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG), Consumer Tech, Education, Energy, Utilities and Natural Resources, Enterprise Tech, Entertainment, Financial, Food and Beverage, Health and Healthcare, Hospitality, Life Sciences and Biotech, Manufacturing, Media, Other Locations, Services, USA

FlexTeam is a trusted network of executive-level women working in teams to enable business leaders to accomplish more.

FlexTeam does on-demand business projects, including market research, competitive analysis, financial models/analysis, and business strategy. Our clients are mostly US-based companies of all sizes and across all industries and sectors.


Yolanda Lau


Yolanda Lau is a startup founder, experienced entrepreneur, Forbes Contributor, angel investor, and entrepreneurship consultant. As a Co-founder of FlexTeam, she manages a team of 500+ freelance management consultants.

FlexTeam simplifies how smart work gets done and is an on-demand, executive-level consultant team for CEOs, founders, small business owners, and other decision-makers. On the consultant side, FlexTeam matches talented mid-career women with meaningful, challenging, temporally flexible, remote project-based work opportunities. In 2019, FlexTeam spun out its proprietary software as a venture-backed SaaS startup to help companies manage their on-demand remote workforce — Liquid.

Yolanda completed her undergraduate education at MIT, obtaining a bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering and a bachelor's degree in Biology while cross-registering at Harvard University. Also, she has an MBA and has completed graduate-level coursework in mediation, negotiation, conflict resolution, and conflict management towards a Master's degree in Negotiation, Conflict Resolution, and Peace-building.

Yolanda is a skilled and collaborative project manager and leader comfortable working with diverse stakeholders to manage expectations and outcomes with limited resources. She is passionate about empowering and mentoring women, children, and minorities and serves on several non-profit boards that align with these interests. She writes and speaks about the future of work, work-life fit, emotional intelligence, and women's issues.

Tamra Johnson, Co-founder

Saujin Yi, Co-founder