At The Coaching Fellowship, we focus on helping young women leaders increase their impact. The power of that impact opportunity can be scaled exponentially, through a deeply engaged, and more deeply connected alumni community.
The Coaching Fellowship Alumni Committee is charged with furthering connection and catalyzing a Fellow-led community. The Committee is comprised of 10 Fellow Alumni, representing a diversity of geographies, impact sectors. Committee members serve for a 1-year term.
We’re proud to welcome our inaugural Alumni Committee members.
Patricia is Co-Founder of I-DEV, a global strategy & investment advisory firm focused on frontier markets business growth. Patricia led I-DEV’s expansion into Africa and oversees global strategy consulting for SMEs and investors. She has an MBA from NYU Stern, and is based in San Francisco, CA.
Jennifer is Senior Associate for Immunization Strategic Planning & Execution with the Global Vaccine Delivery team at the Clinton Health Access Initiative. She is also leading the development of CHAI's approach for supporting Gavi transitioning countries and is currently overseeing implementation of this work in Nigeria and Lao PDR. Jennifer is also the co-founder of StockSwap, a web platform and mobile application designed to reduce pharmaceutical waste and increase access to essential medicines in low-income countries, and is a contributing writer to The Development Set.
Sophia is a Medical Doctor, a Sports Medicine specialist who manages an exercise clinic focused on healthy lifestyle intervention. Passionate in women’s issues, she co-Founded Selamatkan Ibu, a movement on maternal health and Lentera Sintas Indonesia, a support group for sexual violence survivors. She is currently spearheading a campaign to raise awareness on sexual violence, working closely with youth volunteers and schools in Jakarta.
Beth Holzman is Good World Solutions’ Director for Engagement and Operations. She is responsible for driving impact and scalability so that Laborlink can inform corporate policies and sourcing decisions using worker-centric information. Beth’s passion is helping organizations integrate social and environmental issues into decision making.
Ashley Jablow is a White House Presidential Innovation Fellow working on tech innovation projects in the federal government. Previously she led challenge strategy and client relationships for OpenIDEO at IDEO. She’s excited about designing for collaboration, empathy and impact.
Tia is an award-winning entrepreneur. She is the co-founder of Kansara Hackney Ltd - the first ISO-certified sustainable lifestyle consultancy in the world. She's also the director of Replenish Earth Ltd, her recent venture to enable the philosophy of living in harmony with nature; Replenish is a cause and a collective action to protect the global commons.
Brittany is the Director of Media at Unreasonable Group, working at the intersection of entrepreneurship, storytelling and social change. Previously, she worked for Soccer Without Borders in Granada, Nicaragua, and led trips to Central and South America with National Geographic Student Expeditions. She is especially passionate about increasing economic opportunities for women and sport as a tool for development.
Eugenia works at the intersection of philanthropy and activism, managing membership and rapid response funding for Solidaire Network. She previously worked in international development, with a special focus on East Africa. Her career focuses on shifting power dynamics and bringing community voices to the forefront of social change.
Chaya is a CEO of ARINGO, an educational consulting company and is the Vice Curator of the NYC Global Shaper Hub and Rotary member. Chaya previously served as Chairperson of the World Union of Jewish Students, founded several non-profits focusing on youth development and works globally to empower women and youth.
Astrid worked globally with governments, startups, NGOs and international organisations as a trainer, project leader or management consultant. She is the Founder of The Arc, providing leadership retreats for young visionaries: Tech startup CEOs, artists, bankers or social entrepreneurs - you name it. Astrid is a Former UN Youth Delegate and holds an INSEAD MBA.
Meet all of our current and past fellows here.