Our Boston Team
Angie O’Donnell, Executive Coach and Co-Founder – Boston
Angie is an executive coach with nearly two decades of international business experience that included expatriate assignments in Zurich and Hong Kong while working in financial services. In 2002, she became an entrepreneur and co-founded 3D Leadership Group, an executive coaching firm based in Wellesley, Massachusetts. In 2013, Angie was honored to be recognized as the New England Executive Coach of the Year and in 2018, she received the global Master Certified Coach (MCC) credential, a rare designation held by less than 150 coaches globally.
Most recently, Angie has worked with leaders at Alexion, Amazon Robotics, Biogen, Boston Private, BlueCross BlueShield, Crane Currency, The Broad Institute, Cambridge Associates, John Hancock, McGraw-Hill, Novo Nordisk, Partners Healthcare, and PTC. She has coached in the executive education programs at Harvard Business School, Babson College, and Bentley University. Her pro-bono work includes coaching leaders at the Mass State Police, Science Club for Girls, Boston Public Schools, and Girl Be Heard. Angie also was on the faculty for the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Stockbridge, MA, as a mindfulness facilitator.
During her 18 years in large international organizations, Angie was a member of two senior leadership teams while holding positions in marketing, business development, and leadership development. She spent eight years with BankBoston (Bank of America) where she was on the Asia-Pacific leadership team while residing in Hong Kong. Previously she worked for Coutts & Co International Private Bank while based in Zurich, Switzerland; and she had early career roles with The Kendall Company, Bentley College, and McDonald’s Corporation in Toronto, Canada.
Angie has been quoted or featured in The Boston Globe, The Boston Business Journal, Banker and Tradesman, CityBiz, and CIO Magazine. She has been interviewed by CUTV News and Voice of America talk radio, and is a frequent speaker for WEST.org – Women in the Enterprise of Science and Technology.
She received her MBA from Babson’s F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business and her BBA from University of New Brunswick, Canada. She completed professional coaching certifications with New Ventures West, Team Coaching International, and the Center for Creative Leadership. Her contemplative courses included the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction program at UMass Medical School and on-going retreat attendance. She is certified to use many 360-feedback assessments including The Leadership Versatility Index 360, as well as The Hogan, FIRO-B, and the EQi 2.0.
Originally from Canada, Angie resides in the Boston area with her husband and two daughters and enjoys international travel, Iyengar yoga, live music, theater, Rolling Stone magazine, the Maine seacoast, and silent retreats.
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Sue Williamson, Executive Coach and Co-Founder – Boston
Sue is an executive coach with a diverse business background in a wide range of industries. As a coach, Sue brings her experience as an entrepreneur, co-founding 3D Leadership Group, as a member of senior leadership teams, and as a consultant; she couples this with her passion for the human element in organizations to support the development of leaders who succeed both professionally and personally.
For more than 25 years, Sue has worked with over 60 national and global companies representing the public, private, and nonprofit sectors. Her industry experience includes Biotech/Pharma, Financial Services, Healthcare, Higher Education, High Tech, Manufacturing, and Professional Services. She is fascinated by her continuous learning of what companies are doing to impact our world in positive ways. Sue coaches mid and senior level leaders and is also a coach in Executive Education Programs for Harvard, Babson, and Bentley University. Most recently, Sue has worked with leaders at Acer Therapeutics, Alexion, Amazon Robotics, Choate Hall & Stewart, ImmunoGen, Karyopharm, Partners Healthcare, PTC, Sarepta, and Sunovion Pharmaceuticals.
Before co-founding 3D Leadership Group, Sue served as Chief Operating Officer for Insight Performance Inc., Director of Operations for Delta Dental Plan, and Compensation Consultant for Fidelity Investments. This line management experience guides her recognition of what is important to leaders at all levels, as well as her approach to coaching. Sue’s consulting experience with Watson Wyatt and W.T. Haigh & Co provided her with broad industry experience and took her to all corners of the U.S. and Europe where she led global compensation projects.
Sue holds an MBA from Babson’s F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business and a BA in Psychology from Wheaton College. She completed her professional coaching certifications with Coach Training International and Team Coaching International, and is a PCC certified coach through the International Coach Federation. She is certified to use a variety of assessment instruments including The Hogan, TypeCoach, EQi-2, and the DiSC, as well as 360-degree feedback tools including VOICES, The CCL suite of 360’s, The Leadership Versatility Index 360, The Emotional and Social Competence Inventory, Team EI Survey, and the Team Coaching Diagnostic.
Sue volunteers for the Center for Women and Enterprise and is a frequent speaker for WEST.org – Women in the Enterprise of Science and Technology.
A native New Englander and a motto of “variety is the spice of exercise”, Sue loves to ski, kayak, paddle board, hike and bike, and practices gentle yoga, as well as an occasional round of golf or tennis. She enjoys travel, cooking, reading good novels, and spending time outdoors with her husband, two grown children, and dog Lola.
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Michèle Barnett Berg
Michèle Barnett Berg, Executive Coach & Facilitator – Boston
Michèle has more than two decades of international human capital consulting experience including executive coaching, leadership development, team building, facilitation, change management, onboarding, and talent assessment. She has worked with a wide range of organizations in size and industry, startups to Fortune 50, both in the private and public sector as well as with global academic and executive education institutions.
Michèle has worked and lived in 4 countries and coached leaders from more than 80 nationalities. She especially enjoys facilitating teams as they learn behaviors that propel them towards innovation, cross-functional collaboration, and entrepreneurial mindsets. She has partnered with leaders at Aon, Boeing, Citi, Danone, Ericsson, Google, Red Hat/IBM, Sanofi, and Verizon.
She received her professional coaching certification from the NeuroLeadership Institute and uses a variety of assessments including the Predictive Index, the MBTI, and the TKI to enhance self-awareness and build leadership capacity. She’s also worked with a variety of 360-degree feedback assessments including the Leadership Versatility Index.
Michèle has designed leadership development programs in both academic and corporate environments and brings a keen understanding of adult learning needs. While living in Switzerland, Michèle joined IMD as a coach for their Global MBA program and as a business case writer creating executive education materials focused on leadership, innovation, and governance. She has consulted to Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and with Singapore Management University. While living in Sweden, she joined the Stockholm School of Economics, where she is currently a Senior Coach/Faculty Member for their Executive MBA Leadershiplive Program, a program she co-created in 2014. In Boston, she works with global executives at MIT’s Sloan School of Management as a leadership coach for individuals and teams, and serves as a mentor and judge for MIT’s $100K Entrepreneurship program.
Early in her career, Michèle was an executive search consultant with Korn/Ferry International in San Francisco where she conducted c-suite searches in venture capital, advanced technology, and professional services. She also worked for two start-ups in fin-tech and software and then served as Senior Advisor on Human Capital to the Assistant Secretary/Chief Financial Officer at the U.S. Department of State under Secretary Colin Powell.
Michèle completed a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at the University of California, Santa Cruz. She serves on the Board of Directors of the Arts & Business Council of Greater Boston as Co-chair of the Governance committee and is an active member of The Junior League of Boston. She enjoys spending time with family, running marathons, visiting art museums, and angel investing. Michèle is first generation American and a dual French national.
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Deb Busser, Executive Coach & Facilitator – Boston
As an executive coach for almost 15 years, Deb partners with C-suite and senior level leaders who are committed to their own evolution as they adapt to change – in new roles, new markets, or new businesses. A trusted and visionary thought partner, she has significant cross-cultural experience coaching executives from throughout the world and is adept in working with fast-growing, innovative organizations. Client outcomes include broader and more strategic thinking, increased effectiveness and contribution, greater credibility and influence, stronger internal and external relationships, and enhanced executive presence.
Most recently, Deb has coached leaders from Alexion, Biogen, Boston Private, Cambridge Associates, Charles River Associates, Collette, the Federal Reserve, Foundation Medicine, Harvard Business School, Iron Mountain, Kronos, MIT, McGraw-Hill, and UMass Medical Center. She also coaches in executive education. Deb’s corporate career includes director roles in HR and Product Marketing over her ten years at Fidelity Investments. As a leader in Fidelity’s HR Outsourcing group, she partnered with the systems and technology team to set the strategic direction and create a multi-year product roadmap for a segment of the business. At Manpower International, she had P&L, business development, and staff management responsibility for multiple profit centers. In addition, Deb was a Partner with a boutique career transition firm, Essex Partners, where she consulted with clients at the executive level.
She has coaching and coach trainer certifications from the Coach Training Alliance and the Evolutionary Institute, and has earned the PCC credential from the International Coach Federation. Her 360-degree certifications include VOICES and The Leadership Versatility Index 360, and she frequently uses the MBTI Step II, The Hogan, and the Enneagram with her clients. Deb has been published or quoted in CBS MoneyWatch, Business Insider, Talent Management, SHRM, and AMA Shift on issues related to leadership, talent management, and workplace trends.
With a BS in Business Administration/Marketing and a MA in Community Social Psychology from the University of Massachusetts, where she taught Dynamics of Interpersonal Relations, as an adjunct professor, was formally recognized for her contributions to enhance and promote human development and well-being.
Deb teaches a creative dance class, Shake Your Soul®, at her local community center where she has served as a member of the board. As an active member of The Boston Club, she has served on the corporate board committee and co-chaired the peer mentoring program. She lives in the Boston area with her husband and has two daughters who have launched. She enjoys international travel, summer vacations on Martha’s Vineyard, great books, outdoor concerts, and singing with the 3DL ‘band’.
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Renée Cooper, Executive Coach & Facilitator – Boston & San Francisco
Whether teaching a leadership workshop, coaching an executive client, or facilitating a senior team, Renée brings a warm, direct, and insightful style to her work. With 20 years as a coach and leadership consultant, she has deep experience in executive coaching, action learning teams, and workshop design and delivery. And because she’s been a line manager herself, she knows the importance of building leadership skills that are practical, relevant, and effective.
Renée has worked with executives and senior teams at some of America’s leading corporations, including Abry Partners, Acer Pharmaceuticals, Amazon Robotics, Bain Capital, Biogen, Boston Private, Charles River Associates, Eaton Vance, Giner Life Sciences, John Hancock, McGraw-Hill, and Sunovion Pharmaceuticals. She also has served nonprofit organizations such as Fenway Health and Boston Public Schools. In addition, Renée coaches executive participants in Harvard Business School’s Advanced Management Program. Her pro bono work includes leadership coaching with The Gratitude Network, a not-for-profit which supports social impact entrepreneurs in scaling their businesses.
From 2002-2008, Renée served as an adjunct coach with the Center for Authentic Leadership. From 1996-2000, Renée led the leadership practice at a boutique management training and consulting firm. In that capacity she provided C-level executive coaching, and designed and delivered leadership development workshops for senior management teams across the country. Previously, she worked for a Fortune 250 industrial manufacturer, where she held senior line management and human resource positions.
Renée holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a Bachelor of Science in Economics and Applied Mathematics from Brown University. She completed her coaching certification with the College of Executive Coaching and is trained to use a variety of assessment instruments including The Hogan, MBTI Step II, and the EQ in Action. Her 360 feedback certifications include the Leadership Versatility Index 360, Benchmarks 360, The Team Effectiveness Survey, Prospector 360, and the Emotional and Social Competence Inventory 360.
Renée enjoys time with her two grown sons, and in her spare time likes to escape to the beach for reading, running and relaxation.
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Ed Evarts, Executive Coach & Facilitator – Boston
With over thirty years of innovative leadership and management experience, Ed possesses the ability to build awareness, create action, and deliver results. He has partnered with key leaders in biotechnology, business-to-business services, financial services, healthcare, and government services. His clients include Ansatz Capital, Abry Partners, Biogen, BlueCross BlueShield, The Boston Foundation, Bright Horizons, Bristol Community College, Cabot Risk Management, Cambridge Associates, DeskTop Metal, Giner, Harvard Business School, HealthEdge, ILPA, Johnson & Johnson, Millicom, Novartis, OrthoLite, Safety Partners, Slade Gorton, Suffolk Construction, the United States Department of Transportation, and Vertex Pharmaceuticals.
Ed has held leadership roles at Iron Mountain, the (former) Federated Department Stores, and the (former) May Department Stores. As a coach and as a human resources executive, he has supported leaders at all levels of an organization in a variety of high-impact business areas including account management, engineering, finance, human resources, information technology, legal, marketing, product development, transportation, operations, and sales. Ed is known for his enthusiastic, genuine, accessible, and responsive style.
He is the author of the book Raise Your Visibility & Value: Uncover the Lost Art of Connecting on the Job, focusing on seven visibility accelerators that help business professionals become more visible and valuable in their organizations and industry. The book also includes free access to the Raise Your Visibility Indicator, which helps participants identify visibility areas that need attention.
Ed holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Arkansas and received a Certificate in Applied Project Management from Boston University. He is a qualified administrator of the Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team training program as well as the Center for Creative Leadership assessment tools, The Leadership Versatility Index 360, the Executive Presence Indicator, the EQi 2.0 Emotional Intelligence, The Hogan, Team Emotional Intelligence Survey, Raise Your Visibility Indicator, TypeCoach personality preference assessment, Myers-Briggs, FIRO-B© Interpersonal Orientation assessment, Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode instrument, and Lominger Voices©, a 360° feedback tool.
Ed is a Professional Certified Coach with the International Coach Federation and a Board Certified Coach with the Center for Credentialing and Education. He is Past-President of the New England Chapter of the International Coach Federation.
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Paul Giragos, Executive Coach & Facilitator – Boston
Paul Giragos has worked as an executive coach and facilitator of leadership development workshops since 2004. His work has taken him to Asia, Europe, and all over the US, where he has worked with leaders from many cultures in diverse industries.
Paul completed his professional coaching coursework with Coaches Training Institute (CTI) and has served as a coach at Harvard Business School. He developed his facilitation and training expertise through his work at the Ariel Group and Vantage Partners. As a coach and facilitator, Paul’s style is analytical, critical, thoughtful, spontaneous, and witty.
His clients have included Amazon Robotics, Carbon Black, ExxonMobil, ezCater, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, IBM, MetLife, and Partners Healthcare. In professional and financial services, Paul has worked with executives and senior teams at Capital Group, Charles River Associates, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and Seyfarth Shaw. In pharma and biotech, he has worked with The Broad Institute, Biogen, ImmunoGen, Novartis, Sarepta, and TESARO. For these and other clients he has designed and led hundreds of workshops on executive presence, people management, conflict management, and presentation skills.
Paul also enjoys a “side” career as an actor, performing in Boston’s professional theatres and in radio and commercial spots. His performing arts experience deeply informs his approach and effectiveness in helping others develop their unique leadership presence and stretch into roles that may require a new perspective.
Prior to working in the learning and development field, Paul practiced law in New York and Boston for 7 years. He earned his J.D. cum laude from New York University School of Law, where he served on the Law Review. He studied chemistry and history at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He is certified to administer the Leadership Versatility Index 360 and The Hogan and has received training in somatic coaching.
Originally from North Carolina, Paul now lives in Newton, Massachusetts with his wife and two sons. He volunteers with Understanding Our Differences, educating children about living with Type 1 diabetes, which he has successfully managed since 1988. Paul loves to swim, play piano and sing, and eat ice cream and grilled vegetables.
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Carly Goldsmith, Executive Coach & Facilitator – Boston
Carly brings over two decades of human resource and business experience to work for her clients. As a coach, she partners with senior and emerging leaders to leverage their strengths to maximize personal engagement and impact created in their roles. Compassionate and intuitive by nature, Carly’s facilitation style is often described as engaging, insightful, and empowering.
For more than 16 years, Carly has coached dozens of leaders and mid-career professionals to develop essential skills for success and take ownership of their career development. In addition to her coaching, she has facilitated hundreds of in-person and virtual workshops on management and leadership development skills, facilitation skills, coaching skills, and career development. Most recently, Carly has worked with leaders and professionals at Deloitte, Eaton Vance, Amazon Robotics, STAG, The Broad Institute, Corcoran Jennison, Catalant, and Collette. In addition, she supports women leaders in Executive Education programs at Bentley University.
Prior to launching her business, Carly worked at Deloitte in a variety of human resource roles advising and supporting leaders of the firm to acquire top talent, manage employee relations, and develop the leadership competencies of their staff. As part of Deloitte’s innovative internal coaching team, Carly coached individuals, groups, and teams at all levels. She also held human resource and recruiting positions at New York Newsday.
Carly holds a BA in Psychology from Boston University. She completed her professional coaching certifications with Coach U and Team Coaching International. She earned her professional certified coach (PCC) designation through the International Coach Federation. She is certified in a variety of key assessments including The Hogan, The Leadership Versatility Index 360, MBTI, Lominger Leadership Architect, VOICES 360, EQi, and Team Diagnostics.
Carly resides in Boston and enjoys reaping as much as she can out of her urban edible garden, deepening her mindfulness and meditation practice, traveling, and spending time with her two children and husband.
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Galina Jeffrey, Executive Coach — Boston
Galina provides executive coaching for corporate leaders with a particular focus on leaders taking on global responsibility and high potential women. Galina draws on her varied experience as a seasoned line executive as well as a versatile talent development practitioner. Galina has held significant roles in major corporations and has lived and worked domestically and internationally.
As senior leader in a well-regarded consulting firm, The Forum Corporation, she worked with Fortune 500 companies around the globe. Galina developed and led the APAC market for Forum for nine years based in Hong Kong. Past roles with Forum include Regional Management and senior management oversight for support functions such as Research and Capability Development, Marketing/PR, HR, project resourcing, and the Forum variable workforce.
Among her key clients were The Department of Homeland Security, Standard Chartered Bank, Bank of America, Citibank, DuPont, Sealand, Jardine Pacific Limited, Deloitte & Touche, Leo Burnett, Merrill Lynch, American Express, Ameriprise, BCBS, Aetna, Carlson WagonLit, and many others. Prior to joining Forum, Galina was a Senior Vice President at BayBanks in Boston, where she managed the HR function, built the training function, and directed overall staff planning and development. She has also held training and product development roles at Citibank.
Fluent in Russian, Galina earned her Bachelor of Arts in Russian Studies and Education from Fordham University; she has done graduate work in adult education and organizational development at Fordham University and the University of Southern California.
She is certified by the Behavioral Coaching Institute as a Master Executive Coach and is certified by Neuro Business Group in the application of Neuroscience for business coaching. She is also certified in a variety of assessment tools such as the Center for Creative Leadership suite of assessments, The Hogan, LEA, PDI, and a number of others. She is a member of The Boston Club and serves on the Mentoring Committee and is also a member of ISA (the Learning Providers Association) and the International Coach Federation. Originally from Europe, Galina resides in the Boston area with her husband and enjoys travel, the outdoors, dining with friends, reading, and theatre.
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Michael Madera, Executive Coach & Facilitator – Boston
Michael is an executive coach, family business advisor, and organizational development specialist with over 20 years of experience. Clients report that he helps develop leadership skills by sharing his deep knowledge and experience, delivered with humor, optimism, and directness. He regularly provides executive and leadership coaching, pre-hire and 360 degree feedback assessments, mindfulness-informed training and coaching, team and leadership development solutions, as well as consultation to help family and closely-held businesses thrive.
Michael has business experience in line and consulting roles. As an entrepreneur, he managed two family-owned food products companies before seeking his psychology degree. He served as VP Sales & Marketing for a family-owned startup software company in the late 1990’s and then as Senior Consultant for Knickerbocker & Stevens, Inc., a Boston-based management psychology consulting firm. Michael is Past President of the New England Society for Applied Psychology. He has served on the Faculty and as a Master Coach in the Executive Coaching Graduate Certificate Program at MSPP and has been a long-time member of the Society of Consulting Psychology/American Psychological Association. He earned the Advanced Family Business Advising certification through The Family Firm Institute, was on the faculty of their international GEN training program for 5 years, and was recently awarded the Fellow designation. He has also served as a Facilitator in the weeklong Families in Business course at Harvard Business School. He regularly presents on topics of leadership, personality, and organizational effectiveness.
Past and current clients include Biogen, Basilea Pharmaceuticals, Boston Private Bank, BNY/Mellon, Broad Institute, Digitas, Fidelity Investments, Finard Properties, Globe Manufacturing, Kronos, MFS, Takeda/Millenium Pharmaceuticals, Pixelbridge, RueLaLa, Salmon Health and Retirement, Simon Pearce, SimpleTuition.com, Sunovion, Rogers Corporation, TESARO, and Worthen Industries.
Michael received his doctorate from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (now William James College), where his research focused on creativity and personal development in corporate managers. His Masters degree in Spanish is from Middlebury College and his BA cum laude is from Vassar College.
Michael is regarded as an expert in the area of assessments, and has taught classes in the use of assessment tools in the graduate executive coaching program at William James College. He often uses the DiSC, The Hogan, The Leadership Versatility Index 360, the ASSESS/OutMatch suite of assessments, and the Team Emotional Intelligence survey with his clients.
He is an avid tennis player and guitarist/songwriter, and lives with his wife and 2 sons in the greater Boston area.
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Stephanie McCray, Executive Coach — Chicago
Stephanie is an executive coach and facilitator who brings more than 20 years of experience to her work with leaders in the corporate, non-profit, and academic sectors. Stephanie specializes in working with high-profile leaders who want access to a trusted advisor outside their organizations to help manage their high stakes, high stress roles. Stephanie has a special passion for working with women and people of color who want to advance their careers beyond the ranks of middle management. As a dynamic speaker and master facilitator, Stephanie’s friendly and conversational style creates openings for audiences, large and small, to move from awareness to action.
Stephanie has worked across levels and across functions with clients from companies such as Baxter, Dover, Pfizer, Sanofi-Aventis, Eli Lilly, Blue Cross Blue Shield, SunGard, Google, Fannie Mae, MasterCard, Clorox, and Target.
Stephanie began her career in the insurance industry where she held a variety of positions with increasing responsibility. In one of her premier accomplishments, she led a team of attorneys who argued a case on spousal privilege before the Illinois Appellate Court. In addition to winning that case, they set precedent in the State of Illinois and were featured in The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.
Stephanie has also worked with Physician Leaders, Health Care Administrators, and CEO’s. As a senior consultant inside the health care industry, she specialized in strategic change, leadership development, talent management, and performance improvement. She also taught graduate MBA courses such as International Business Strategies, High Performance Work Systems, and Conflict Strategies for Senior Leaders in the Executive Education Program at Loyola University.
Stephanie is a member of the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association and partnered with the National Association of Hispanic MBA's (now Prospanica) to spearhead the launch of an Executive Coaching Program for their senior level members.
Stephanie received a Master’s Degree in Organization Development from Loyola University-Chicago and she holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business from the University of Illinois at U-C where she graduated with honors. Stephanie received her professional coaching certification from New Ventures West and is a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF). She is certified to administer several 360 assessments including The Leadership Circle, Lominger’s Voices 360, PDI’s Profilor and Executive Profilor, and the entire suite of leadership assessments offered by the Management Resource Group including the LEA.
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Carol Salloway, Executive Coach & Facilitator – Boston
For more than 25 years, Carol has worked side by side with leaders from a broad range of industries as they confront leadership challenges. As an executive coach, she is known for her warm, insightful, and direct approach which enables her clients to get clear on what they want, what gets in their way, and what they can do to enhance their leadership brand and influence to produce impressive results.
Carol has coached hundreds of leaders: smart high performing individuals who are interested in continuing their leadership growth. Recent clients include Partners Healthcare, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, PTC, Amazon Robotics, MKS, Draper, Biogen, Alkermes, ImmunoGen, The Broad Institute, the Boston Foundation, and Harvard Business School.
Carol’s previous line management experience and extensive management consulting background enable her to bring a deep understanding of organizational and business dynamics to her coaching work.
Carol received her MBA from Boston University and BA in Psychology from Simmons College. She completed her professional coaching certification with New Ventures West. She serves as a Master Coach Supervisor in the Graduate College of Executive Coaching at William James College. She also serves as an Executive Coach in various executive education programs at Harvard Business School and other major institutions.
Carol is certified to use many of the best-in-class 360° and emotional intelligence assessment instruments, including The Leadership Versatility Index 360, Benchmarks for Managers, the Leadership Effectiveness Analysis (LVI), the EQ Profile, and the Team Emotional Intelligence Assessment. Carol also is certified to use a variety of personality instruments such as The Hogan, Myers-Briggs, and the NeuroColor Personality Assessment.
She has built a unique blend of skills, models, and assessment tools, leveraging the best of psychology, emotional intelligence, and neuroscience. She helps make the client’s invisible beliefs and patterns visible. They see more choices in how they respond to situations and can engage more effectively.
Carol is committed to giving back to social entrepreneurs. She serves as an Executive Coach in the Gratitude Network, supporting cutting-edge social entrepreneurs who are solving our greatest problems related to children and education. She is also committed to her own continued personal development and is enrolled in an intensive program called Radical Aliveness.
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Katherine (Kit) Williams, Executive Coach & Facilitator – Boston
Kit’s expertise is leadership development and she offers her clients a strong global business background coupled with a deep understanding of leadership practices, executive assessment, career development, and coaching methodologies. After more than 20 years in corporate leadership development roles, Kit founded her own executive coaching and leadership development firm, Compass Consulting, in 2010 in the Boston area. In 2017, Compass merged with 3D Leadership Group and Kit continues to bring her skills and experience as an outstanding advisor and coach to both C-suite and emerging leaders.
Kit began her career as an investment banker at Citibank, and moved to First Pennsylvania Bank and Fidelity Bank, where she led the Commercial Lending businesses. After more than a decade as a senior executive in financial services, she made a career transition and became the head of Global Leadership Development for Genzyme (now Sanofi Genzyme). She has also held coaching and consulting roles with the former Manchester Partners International which created opportunities for her to coach Fortune 500 CEO’s, CFO’s, CIO’s, and Chief Legal Officers. Kit has also worked as a consultant with Harvard Business School and served as a Managing Partner with two other global leadership development consultancies.
Kit’s clients have included JP Morgan Chase, Raytheon, Hewlett Packard, Dassault Systems, Agilent, Dover, Massachusetts Medical Society, and Merck. Kit’s pro bono coaching includes working with Executive Directors through the Social Innovation Forum.
Kit has an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, a Masters in Counseling Psychology from Penn, and an undergraduate degree in Philosophy from Rosemont College. She is certified in numerous assessment tools including Benchmarks, Hay Group’s Emotional Intelligence Inventory, the LEA, and the MBTI. She considers herself a global citizen having lived and worked in many parts of the world, and she speaks French fluently and gets by in Italian and German. She is Past President of the Old North Corporation and serves on several non-profit boards. In her spare time, you’ll find Kit at the yoga studio, planning her next global adventure, and cooking with her family and friends.
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Todd Williamson, Executive Coach & Facilitator – Boston
For more than 25 years, Todd has worked with organizations in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors in such diverse industries as high tech, healthcare, financial services, professional services, pharmaceuticals, and education. His business and leadership acumen has been honed by years of executive management experience where he has led people and projects through large scale organizational change initiatives. In particular, Todd has expertise implementing multi-year, global cross-functional sales and marketing systems that required significant operational and behavioral change.
Todd is an experienced people manager and his career has included senior leadership roles at Cognex and the Mathworks, and director level roles at Centra and Ceridian. In financial services, Todd was an internal consultant for MFS where he traded bonds and options, and has international experience working with Coutts & Co Private Bank in Zurich, Switzerland.
Currently, Todd coaches international executives in Harvard Business School’s Program for Leadership Development and in their customized executive education programs. He also coaches senior leaders at Boston Private, Charles River Associates, McGraw Hill, Partners Healthcare, and Sunovion Pharmaceuticals. He has facilitated strategic planning sessions and off-sites, and his warm, insightful, and practical coaching style has had a positive impact on both individuals and teams. His expansive business experience combined with his passion for the leadership development field has helped individuals and teams successfully navigate through periods of significant growth and change.
Todd holds an MBA from Babson’s F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business and a BA from Dartmouth College. He is a certified professional coach with the International Coaching Federation and has advanced training with the Enneagram, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®, and Immunity to Change™ Approach. Todd is certified to use The Leadership Versatility Index 360, The Hogan, and the EQ-i 2.0 & EQ360 from Multi-Health Systems.
In his spare time, you’ll find him outdoors playing ultimate frisbee, paddle tennis, and golf, and maintaining hiking trails. He enjoys spending lake time with his family and doing home improvement projects.
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