Facilitator / Coach
My deepest aspiration is to support leaders in creating extraordinary corporate cultures and genuinely fulfilling lives. I am highly effective at energizing individual leaders and teams to catalyze genuine transformation and create pivotal environments for sustainable growth.
My diverse experience across law, business and coaching uniquely positions me to help organization orchestrate fundamental change.
My career started over twenty years ago as a corporate lawyer specializing in securities law and merger and acquisitions with Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg. In 2000, I decided to reorient my career after completing an MBA in international business development and strategic management. I worked in international retail development for almost a decade, responsible for the expansion plans of global retailers such as ALDO and Fruits & Passion. After working alongside executives for over fifteen years, I have, for the past decade, been actively focused on leadership development, executive coaching, cultural transformation, culture assessments and team dynamics. And I have been part of conceiving and facilitating transformation projects in several multi national organizations.
I have a Degree in both Civil and Common Law from the University of Ottawa, Canada, and graduated with an MBA from the University of British Columbia and London Business School (International Exchange Program)
I live in Montreal, Canada. I am the founder and volunteer of a women’s mentoring program. I am actively involved in the arts and sit on the board of directors of several cultural institutions. I am also an outdoor adventurer and yoga teacher (500+ teacher training program).
Areas of Specialisation
- Facilitating transformational workshops & top team alignment sessions
- Executive coaching
- Individual & organizational culture diagnostics
- Financial services
- Professional services
- Consumer goods
- Fluent in French and English
- Certified in Facilitating through Values (FTV) with Lisa Doig
- Certified in Humansynergistics