Whether you’re looking for a thought partner, are feeling stuck, or need to sharpen your skills, coaching provides a space to reflect and make productive decisions. Coaching helps clients gain clarity, acquire new perspectives, and overcome stumbling blocks in order to build fulfilling and successful careers.
Individual coaching engagements address a myriad of subjects including exploring a new career path, growing entrepreneurial ventures, strengthening leadership skills, and refining professional tools.
Michella Chiu is a Career Coach at Prime Opt (www.prime-opt.com), a coaching center she founded with partners to help fresh graduates, Ph.Ds who would like to explore career options outside academia, and international students with professional background. Michella is now a legal professional, and had a career in Marketing, PR, Business Management, and Higher Education. She holds degrees from Columbia University and Princeton University, and has also received a certificate in Strategic Leadership for Supervisors from the University of Washington.
Melody Wilding teaches human behavior at The City University of New York and is a nationally recognized Master Coach who distills psychological insights into actionable career advice. A licensed social worker trained at Columbia University, she’s helped thousands of professional women and female entrepreneurs master their mindset and emotions for greater success. Melody has worked with CEOs and executives running top startups along with published authors and media personalities.
Mr. Moran has worked with professionals from a wide range of companies and organizations including Amazon, BCG, BNY Mellon, Blackstone, Citigroup, Evonik Industries, Goldman Sachs, Hewlett-Packard, InVision, Lonely Planet (NC2 Media), JP Morgan, Johnson & Johnson, McKinsey, Morgan Stanley, Outbrain, Pernod Ricard, Prudential, Sotheby’s, US Treasury Department, Wells Fargo and Wyndham.
Ellen Torke has twenty years of experience in recruiting very quantitative professionals within Investment Management, Banking, and hedge funds. Her experience includes taking a candidate through the resume, interview, offer and acceptance process with specific experience with professionals who could benefit from having help navigating the US corporate culture including the vernacular use of English.
Monica Nordhaus is a Yale-trained Executive Coach & Career Strategist. She specializes in leadership development and career transition in entertainment, technology, consumer products and healthcare. She partners with executives and teams to engage and inspire those around them, to build trust and collaboration in challenging situations, to manage conflict and foster communication and to create a positive impact on productivity and bottom-line results.
For the past two decades, Julia has coached executives on how to strategically manage their career transitions. She has two coaching certifications (CTA and Columbia University/Columbia Business School) in addition to spending two decades as a Senior Partner in the Executive Search industry. She has helped senior leaders to develop their human capital with regard to talent acquisition and management.
I’m an executive coach who provides corporate leaders with a sounding board, facilitates deeper self-awareness of leadership style and behaviors, and helps clients to take on even greater challenges. I work with executives, newly promoted managers, managers who are new to a company, and managers trying to figure out their next career move.
Judy Liu, MPH, has over 18 years of professional marketing/consulting/coaching experience. She was previously a senior executive at GlaxoSmithKline and Pfizer, Inc.Judy Liu is also currently an adjunct professor at the Florida Institute of Technology where she develops new courses and teaches online undergraduate courses. Judy was an Adjunct Professor at Columbia University Mailman Graduate School of Public Health.