Jennifer is Founder & President of e9 Corporate Coaching. She is a leadership & team transformation coach and speaker who helps professionals locate themselves fully in their work and become warriors.
Jennifer has consulted with executives and senior managers of Fortune 500 companies and startups. Her scope and title increased in every job over 20 years. She has managed teams as large as 30, staffed from entry level to top leaders, and real estate funds up to $100 million in size. Jennifer walks the walk of her past leadership experience in coaching and advising her clients.
Are you willing to create the life the world needs you to have?
A member of the Mohawk Nation, Turtle clan, Ian Sanderson is from the Six Nations of the Grand River reservation in Ontario, Canada. Ian is committed to serving clients from the board room to the wilderness as they develop and elevate culture and awareness—of themselves, their work, their relationships, and the world.
He has facilitated 800-900 group training and speaking engagements over the last 20 years, including multi-day retreats for up to 80 people.
Eric believes that leading and achieving don’t have to be soul crushing. Work with Eric and picture you and your group evolving from good….to full on kick-ass. Except all concerned are less stressed, less buried in minutiae, less freaked, frustrated or micro-managed. There are fewer meetings, emails, and BS, and more getting things done when you and your team members really, really want to crush it with meaningful work (and find more joy in doing it).
Eric himself has successfully led and grown businesses from Fortune 500 to mid-size to start-ups as a company President, Chief Marketing Officer, Chief Innovation Officer, Division and Executive VP/GM.
John is an experienced consultant and advisor to the governing boards of prominent organizations, both large and small, public and private, for-profit and not-for-profit. He has served as a partner at Booz, Allen & Hamilton, as a small college president, and as chairman of a NYSE company during merger negotiations. He currently serves as chair of the governing board of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. He has attended over 1,000 board meetings.
He studied philosophy at Princeton, finance at the University of Chicago, and everything at St. John’s College. His first book was entitled Before You Join a Board: 21 Essential Questions (Dog Ear Press, 2012).
Dawn is an executive coach who partners with leaders to amplify their impact by mastering complexity, extending their influence, building unstoppable teams and breaking through barriers. Her clients create distinctive, enduring and outstanding transformations in business and organizational performance.
She is adept at working with multi-cultural leaders, teams and global organizations. She spent over 30 years at Procter & Gamble with responsibility for businesses up to $12 billion in revenue and managing organizations of up to 3,000 people. Her experience includes startup, expansion and restructuring international markets in Asia, North America, Latin America, Eastern and Western Europe.
She speaks four languages.
For a blissful time Jennifer had a mentor who was the VP of Human Resources for the parent (umbrella) organization of her employer. He was everything needed in a mentor – kind, honest, insightful, challenging, analytical, supportive, tough, knowledgeable, and truly wise. Jennifer had a great sense of loss when he retired. Her work with Chris was the seed that lead her here, to realize that she wanted to do and be for others what he had done for her.