• Instructor & coach at Stanford GSB since 2007.
• Executive coach & consultant since 2006.
• Forthcoming book on self-coaching from Harvard Business Review Publishing.
• Stanford MBA & Brown BA.
Instructor, Stanford Graduate School of Business, 2007-Present
• Coaching MBA students on leadership and interpersonal skills.
• Providing individual coaching and leading teams in the Arbuckle Leadership Fellows Program, which I helped launch in 2007.
• Teaching a section of Leadership Labs for first-year students.
• Facilitating T-groups in Interpersonal Dynamics.
• Leading groups in Taking Stock & Moving Forward, a course I helped create in 2009.
• Served for 3 years (2008-10) as a Master Coach in Leadership Coaching & Mentoring before it was integrated into the Leadership Fellows program.
Executive Coach & Change Management Consultant, 2006-Present
• Coaching individuals who seek to be more effective and fulfilled in their professional lives.
• Focus on leaders experiencing a transition, from a new role to a new career.
• Consulting to organizations on culture, communication and interpersonal issues.
• Focus on startups and small companies undergoing rapid growth or change.
Executive Director, AttentionTrust, 2005-2006
• Hired by founding Board of Directors to launch new advocacy organization.
Senior Consultant, Beaconfire Consulting, 2005
• Strategic technology consulting, sales and business development.
Executive Director, Nonprofit Technology Network, 2001-2005
• Hired by founding Board of Directors to launch new association.
MBA, Stanford University Graduate School of Business, graduated 2000
BA, Brown University, graduated 1990
TRAINING & OTHER INTERESTS
• Currently writing a book on self-coaching to be published by Harvard Business Review.
• Graduate of Stanford's Group Facilitation Training Program, 2007.
• Teaching assistant to David Bradford in High-Performance Leadership at Stanford, 2006.
• Blogging on coaching and change management since 2005.