Jane is obsessed with accelerating social change at the intersection of human performance and connection. Her expertise span two decades of building and empowering global communities at scale including eBay, Sothebys and Mozilla. Jane is a CPCC Executive Coach, and leadership expert focusing on women of impact. Jane is a board member Semester at Sea and advises numerous impact organizations. Jane is also the co-founder of the non-profit Mentor For Good.
Nan is passionate about creating opportunities for people to reach their greater potential. Her experience includes connecting students with new cultures, building public-private partnerships, and developing product and service solutions. She is one of the founding Coaching Fellows in Spring 2014. Nan is responsible for growing the Fellowship’s scope and scale of impact as the Chief Catalyst Officer.
Skylar is motivated by growth, both in herself and those around her. She believes that positive social impact occurs only when those driving the effort are living their full potential. With a background in behavioral health and non-profit management, she brings the finely tuned skills needed to manage the day-to-day demands of the program.
Elise is a seasoned leadership development coach and team performance consultant for change makers. She brings 20+ years of experience as a thought partner and change catalyst for organizations solving the toughest global challenges we face today. Elise brings her passion for women’s leadership and in-depth coaching experience to her role of spearheading Coach Engagement initiatives at the The Coaching Fellowship.
Claudia is a passionate and committed coach. She supports women, entrepreneurs and mothers in discovering their authentic self to live a conscious, meaningful and joyful life.
In her international coaching practice, Arjanna specializes in working with people who are facing a major life transition. In her work as a teacher/coach at the UC Berkeley Haas School of Business, she supports international students in their personal and professional development. In the past 10 years, she coached many managers, teams and students to thrive in times of change. Arjanna leads the research to study the impact of our programs.
Pascal heads up entrepreneurship at Singularity University. Prior he founded technology startups, led eBay’s Platform Solutions Group in Europe, launched a consulting firm, invested into early-stage startups, led Mozilla Labs, created Mozilla’s startup accelerator, headed up Mozilla’s Office of the Chair and invested into impact organizations globally at Google.org. Pascal heads up digital initiatives at The Coaching Fellowship and is a Founding Coach and mentor.
Winnie leads the Finance team at Mozilla. She has built this team from the ground up and now to a team of six diverse finance professionals. She was an advisor for another open source non-profit, OWASP. Winnie is passionate about open source, women’s empowerment, and social equality. Winnie is the Treasurer of The Coaching Fellowship.
María is an Ontological Coach and Strategic Interventionist who inspires, empowers, and develops strong leaders. She brings more than 15 years of experience combining entrepreneurship, personal development, facilitation, healing, and energy work. She has a passion for working holistically and integrating a person as a whole, connecting body, heart, and mind.
Sophia enjoys helping to advance the lives of young women & girls to ensure they are equipped and have a voice. She believes when you are whole, confident and show up in your full potential you can achieve whatever it is you want. She has a background in Community & Human Services with a focus in Community Advocacy and Non Profit Management.
Farwa is greatly excited and passionate about opportunities designed to culminate a better world. Farwa is currently studying Public Health and biology at the University of Michigan. Deeply devoted to public service, Farwa heads a mental-health awareness non-profit, Finding Light. Farwa is committed to living a purposeful and joyous life, and spreading positivity.
Selene is passionate about women’s advancement through leadership development. Having worked both corporate and educational consulting fields, she is now transitioning to the adult development space and aspires to become a leadership coach. She strives to build a collaborative learning community and safe space for women to develop as leaders and realize their full potential.
Pratyusha is deeply committed to women-centered change and her passion to work towards gender justice stems from a myriad of personal experiences. Her past work experiences have centered around supporting engagement on gender equality programming that enhances women’s legal, economic and political rights in the Asia Pacific.
Athena is committed to empowering women around the world. She works with emerging and established leaders who are committed to being catalysts for positive change in their communities and countries. Athena inspires the people she works with to discover their purpose, authentic voice, and vision as a leader. She is an active member on the Executive Council for Bpeace, a not-for-profit dedicated to creating employment for all and expanding the economic power of women.
Karen is one of the earliest recognized luminaries in the coaching profession. She co-founded The Coaches Training Institute (CTI) in 1992, and co-created the Co-Active philosophy that informs CTI’s world-renowned coaching and leadership programs. She also is the co-author of Co-Active Coaching, the best-selling industry bible and Co-Active Leadership: Five Ways to Lead. Karen is a prolific author and dynamic keynote speaker - she joins us on a mission of global, transformative change.
Catherine is a three-time entrepreneur with experience launching and building scalable businesses. She is a Co-founder at CNote and served as Managing Director of Charles Schwab where she led a strategy division focused on the future of finance incorporating behavioral economics and predictive analytics. Over the last two decades, Catherine has held senior roles in both management consulting and venture capital.
Dino is a cultural capital architect and human resource strategist. He focuses on building and implementing people-centric interventions to dismantle systemic inequalities that adversely impact under and unrepresented human beings. Dino Anderson particularly focuses on women leadership and empowerment, equitable representation of people of color in business, and is an advocate for inclusion of people with mental health considerations. Dino is currently, Executive Director of Learning & Organizational Development, Inclusion & Diversity at Maxim Integrated.
Since 1984, Chris Shipley has identified the startups that are driving market disruption. As leader of the DEMO Conference (1996 to 2009), she helped more than 1,500 companies go to market. A journalist, analyst and innovative thinker, Chris focuses her work on entrepreneurs who are making sustainable impact in the world.
The Coaching Fellowship Alumnae Committee is charged with furthering connections and catalyzing a fellow-led community. Meet the nine Alumnae Committee members here.
The Coaching Fellowship Coaches Council is tasked with deepening and expanding our coaching community both in terms of our diversity and expertise. Meet the five Council members here.