Executives/senior managers

Spodek, Joshua '93CC, '96, '99GSAS, '06BUS

Joshua Spodek, bestselling author of Leadership Step by Step, coaches executives, entrepreneurs, and rising leaders, with over a decade of experience coaching and over two decades of leadership and entrepreneurial experience. He is also an Adjunct Professor at NYU, leadership coach for Columbia Business School, columnist for Inc., and founder of SpodekAcademy.com. He leads keynote talks and workshops in leadership, entrepreneurship, and creativity. He holds five Ivy League degrees, including a PhD in Astrophysics and an MBA, and studied under a Nobel Prize winner.

Location

New York, NY
United States
Email: 
josh@spodek.net

McDowell, Sasha '09SIPA, '09SW

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.

Location

New York, NY
United States
Email: 
sasha@epicyclegroup.com

Chiu, Michella '13GSAS

Michella Chiu is a career coach who is experienced in coaching fresh graduates, Ph.D students, and international students to explore career options outside academia. She excels in helping clients develop a marketing and PR career. Companies and brands she worked with are featured in Forbes, The Huffington Post, Entrepreneur, Inc., and other major media outlets worldwide in multiple languages.

Locations

Seattle, WA
United States
United States
Phone: 609-285-3239
Email: 
wc2420@caa.columbia.edu

Maisano, Nicholas '04GS

Nic Maisano has been at Google for over five years and has worked in a variety of functions across product strategy, sales strategy, and operations. He currently works on leadership development for Google's engineering executives.

Location

Portola Valley, CA
United States
Phone: 415-322-0858
Email: 
nmaisano@gmail.com

Wilding, Melody '11SW

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, she’s helped thousands of professional women and female entrepreneurs master their mindset and emotions for greater success.

Location

New York, NY
United States
Email: 
info@melodywilding.com

Cooper, Rochelle '84BC, '89TC

Rochelle Cooper is an executive coach who builds on leaders' strengths by ensuring they develop critical skills they need to meet requirements at each successive level. She has been coaching leaders and teams for over 20 years, has coached more than 1,200 senior leaders, and holds an excellent track record in empowering leaders to reach their goals by jumpstarting success in new roles, building leadership potential for advancement, or developing critical skills to master a current transition or role. Cooper assesses leadership potential and knows what matters.

Locations

New York, NY
United States
Phone: 516-538-4504
Email: 
rcooper@success-leaders.com

Moran, Buddy '86BUS

Buddy 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.

In addition to his private practice, Moran provides individual and group coaching services to alumni, and is a highly-rated Leadership Coach for the Leadership Lab at Columbia Business School.

Locations

New York, NY
United States
Phone: 973-868-8847
Email: 
wgmoran@comcast.net

Ishibashi, Kris '78BC, '82BUS

Career transitions are can be exciting, but often they come with a twist of anxiety. For those of us who invested time, energy, and hard work in a career that has been rewarded with an involuntary transition, we need to manage negative feelings as we look forward.

Location

New York, NY
United States
Phone: 917-439-2939
Email: 
kris@krisishibashi.com

Nordhaus, Monica '02SOA

Monica Nordhaus is a Columbia and Yale-trained executive coach and inclusion strategist. She specializes in executive management and leadership development in entertainment, technology, consumer products, and finance. 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. She also offers #MeToo coaching and inclusion programs for companies looking to create transformative cultural change.

Location

Santa Monica, CA
United States
Phone: (424) 272-1640
Email: 
monica@monicanordhaus.com

Wexler, Julia Harris '83TC, '14BUS

For the past two decades, Julia Harris-Wexler has coached entry level, mid-career, and senior level executives on how to strategically manage their career transitions. She has completed and been certified by the Columbia University Advanced Coaching Intensive (Columbia Business School and Teachers College/Columbia University), in addition to spending two decades as a senior partner in the executive search industry.

Locations

Westchester, NY
United States
Phone: 914-584-4966
New York, NY
United States
Email: 
julia@juliaharriswexler.com
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