Director of Training
Jacqueline has been coaching senior executives and board-level leaders to master executive presence and leadership communication strategies for over 15 years. She is passionate about helping leaders create the kind of presence and impact they need to succeed in all business settings. She has a particular focus in cross-generational and gender leadership challanges. As a communications consultant and trainer, she believes in providing solutions based on solid current research and enjoys blending her experience in communications, psychology, organizational/executive coaching, and the performing arts to provide innovative solutions to challenging issues.
Jacqueline got her start in academia. She taught at Yale for 15 years and was a frequent guest lecturer at prestigious institutions like the London School of Business and Xavier University. Since then she has designed and delivered communications, leadership development, and employee engagement programs for many leading firms including Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase, Credit Suisse, Accenture, Deutsche Bank and AllianceBernstein.
She holds an MFA from Rutgers University and an MA (with "Distinction") from London University. She is certified in organizational and executive coaching from Columbia University and is also certified in the EQi 2.0 emotional intelligence assessment as well as ETaC, ESaC and the Strengths Deployment Inventory.
In her spare time she is committed to devoting time to some of her favorite charities such as Kidsave International and the Taproot Foundation. She practices yoga and mindfulness meditation, is passionate about exploring the world with her husband, and speaks conversational German.