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 nine Fellow Alumni, representing a diversity of geographies, impact sectors. Committee members serve for a 1-year term.
We’re proud to welcome our current Alumni Committee members.
Meredith Baker is currently the Country Director in Dem Republic of Congo for Viamo PBC, a global social enterprise that improves lives via mobile solutions. Meredith is a technology enthusiast with more than seven years of experience in the international development and public health sectors. Previously, she co-founded VaxTrac, a US nonprofit that builds vaccine tracking software for developing health systems.
Emma is a community builder. As Co-Founder of Camp Reset (a summer camp and digital detox for adults), Emma is focused on creating a movement for play and wellness. Previously, she was extensively involved in establishing and growing the TEDxToronto brand and community to become Canada’s top TEDx event.
Amira Dhalla work on issues related to digital rights, inclusion and engagement with global organizations and communities. She is currently completing her MPA at Columbia University. She has spent the past six years working at Mozilla Foundation as the Lead for Global Participation where she focused on creating an accessible, safe, open and innovate web for people around the world. Amira has worked for many years building communities and movements among nonprofits, startups, social enterprises and technology-focused organizations.
Sophia is a Medical Doctor, a Sports Medicine specialist who founded Medifit, an exercise clinic focused on healthy lifestyle intervention. A social entrepreneur and activist at heart who is passionate about women’s issues, she co-Founded Selamatkan Ibu, a movement on maternal health and Lentera Sintas Indonesia, a non-profit that focuses on issues surrounding sexual violence. She is also currently a Project Manager for Alzheimer Indonesia, based in Jakarta.
Dana is a Creative Director and social entrepreneur. Through her design agency, Holliday Ink, she partners with purpose-driven businesses to increase their reach and drive social change through graphic and web design. She became inspired to pursue design for change makers after co-founding SOLO Eyewear, a global social impact brand that has restored vision to 15,000 people and counting.
Beth Holzman is ELEVATE’s Director of Supply Chain Consulting. She designs responsible supply chain management programs focused on insight-led sourcing, risk analysis, due diligence, and impact evaluation to improve human rights globally. Beth’s passion is helping organizations integrate social and environmental issues into decision making. Previously, Beth was Acting Executive Director of Good World Solutions, served as an Advisor at Shift, and managed Timberland’s corporate responsibility program.
Amanda is an Executive Coach & Leadership Designer who focuses on evoking transformational and lasting change in individuals and teams. She is a purpose-driven entrepreneur who spent many years following her passion to protect animals and nature in South America. Amanda holds an EMBA from IE Business School and has been trained as a coach with CTI. As the founder of The Courage Factory, Amanda inspires and empowers people to take courageous and transformational steps to find their inner power and life’s purpose.
Chaya is a CEO of ARINGO International, an educational consulting company. She has a passion for community building and serves as an Advisor and Board member of several international Jewish organizations. She served as the vice-Curator and Curator of the NYC Global Shaper Hub and is a Rotary member. Chaya previously served as Chairperson of the World Union of Jewish Students (WUJS), founded several non-profits focusing on youth development and interfaith. She works globally to empower women and youth.
Saskia is a Program Manager at Noodle Partners, an education technology company, and previously worked in impact investing and social entrepreneurship. She is passionate about creating a positive impact in the world and empowering individuals to live out their full potential.
Meet all of our current and past fellows here.