G-3 Executive Administrative Team

"The Center of Excellence for Corporate Executive Coaches™"

G-3 [BrainTrust™; Association of Corporate Executive Coaches™; and MEECO Institute™]

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CB Bowman, MBA, BCC, CMC, Master Corporate Executive Coach (MCEC) — Founder ♦ CEO

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CB is CEO and founder of the Association of Corporate Executive Coaches (ACEC) (www.acec-website.org) an association dedicated to senior level coaches working with the top-tier of organizations.

In 2016 she created the MEECO Designation™ (Measuring Excellence in the Use of Executive Coaching in Organizations) (www.meeco-designation.org). During its first year, MEECO awarded the gold level designation to the Mayo Clinic and the bronze level to the Ford Motor Company.

She is also CEO of Executive Leadership, LLC (www.exec-leadershipllc.com.) ELLLC is an executive coaching firm that uniquely specializes in working with “Executive Post Traumatic Stress Disorder©” (PTSD) as a result of non-violent corporate harassment and discrimination. Additionally, ELLLC works with organizations seeking human capital repositioning, development and/or growth through coaching, counseling, and/or strategic advice.

She is a Certified Master Coach from the Behavioral Coaching Institute in the Far East and Europe. She is also a certified Master Corporate Executive Coach through the Association of Corporate Executive Coaches. Bowman was also certified in the United States as a Board Certified Coach with designation endorsements in executive and career coaching through the Center for Credentialing Education. Bowman is a master trainer with experience in curriculum design and train-the-trainer programs and has authored several articles.

With her Fortune 500 business background and laser-like precision, she swiftly narrows in on the issues related to human capital productivity. She presents financially sound, creative and action-oriented solutions with infinite possibilities. Her methodology is an intuitive mix of cognitive listening and behavior modification with a solid foundation of business modeling.

Bowman has been an adjunct professor with several academic institutions including Pace University’s Lubin School of Business where she also sat on their Board of Advisors, Mercy College in the Department of Human Resources, Fashion Institute of Technology and Rutgers University in the Center for Management.

CB’s hobby is information technology where she has a blog www.TheCloset-Techie.com and her four-legged son, a redheaded Cairn Terrier named London (a.k.a Ivan the Terrible or Sir London).

• The Institute of Behavioral Coaching, Certified Master Coach; Center for Credentialing Education, BCC
• New York University, Certificate Organizational Development
• Pace University, MBA Marketing
• The New School: New School for Social Research & Parsons School of Design, BA Psychology & Art

Certifications visit LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/cbbowman and www.linkedin.com/company/association-of-corporate-executive-coaches/

Dr. Ronnie Kurchner-Hawkins, Executive Coach

Ronnie Kurchner-Hawkins is passionate about helping people reach their full potential. She is a seasoned business professional, Executive Coach and consultant focused on learning and organizational development. She brings knowledge, intelligence, and skill to the development of actionable solutions and strategies, which combined with a sense of humor, ensure results.

Ronnie understands the challenges of leadership. She has used her broad-based knowledge of how to apply best practices in learning, organizational development and business to provide support to individuals and organizations through change, including managing transitions, rapid growth, reorganization, downsizing, strategic redirection, mergers, acquisition, and culture change. Over 25 years of experience building and leading high-performance consulting teams to facilitate solving problems in business and industry and build practical high-quality solutions that bring bottom-line results and meet business objectives.

My work with leaders from the executive suite to the front lines reflects my lifelong interest in helping people reach their full potential. I understand the challenges of leadership and feel strongly that coaching begins with understanding my clients’ strengths and identifying opportunities for development. I collaborate with my clients to build a development plan based on information gathered from many sources. This data-based approach helps us to target opportunities and make decisions about how to most productively work together. It also can help executives to understand the impact their behavior and communication have on others. My goal is to help senior leaders remove roadblocks to achieving their personal and professional goals.

I am someone who believes that “fun” and work are not mutually exclusive. Confronting challenges and continually learning and growing are keys to success. I find that sometimes the best way to open ourselves to change is to “not take ourselves so seriously” – even though the work we do is very serious and important. Without a sense of humor, we can lose sight of the opportunities in front of us.

Susan Gilell-Stuy, PCC ♦ Executive Coach

Susan knows that brilliant leadership doesn’t just happen. It isn’t magic. It’s intentional. As a Corporate Executive Coach and consultant for more than a decade, she has become a valued strategic partner for the executives, leaders, and teams that she has worked with both nationally and internationally helping them discover, fine tune and apply the leadership behaviors and skills that enable them to consistently deliver outstanding tangible results.

Susan has strong background and expertise in leadership development, emotional intelligence, conflict management, and evidence-based predictors of executive success. She is well versed in solution focused, strengths based, and stakeholder coaching methodologies in addition to a focus on coaching millennial leaders. She has coached clients across a diverse group of industries which includes clients in Technology, Telecommunications, Financial Services/Wealth Management, Banking, Insurance, Biotech, Life Sciences, Pharmaceutical, Confectionery, Cosmetics, Apparel, Energy and Internet Startups.

Prior to becoming a coach and consultant Susan held senior leadership roles at Fortune 500 companies, among them JP Morgan Chase, Prudential Investments, AT&T, Merrill Lynch, and is now the owner and managing principal at Leadership Compound, LLC.

Susan has earned a graduate certificate in Executive and Professional Coaching from the University of Texas Naveen Jindal School of Management and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from St. John’s University. She is certified as a Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered Coach, holds a PCC level credential from the International Coach Federation and is certified in the following assessments: The Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-I 2.0 and EQ-I 360) – MHS, Conflict Dynamics Profile (CDP-I and CDP 360) – Eckerd College, Core Values Index (CVI) – Taylor Protocols.

Susan is an active member of a number of professional organizations related to coaching and leadership. She coaches on a pro-bono basis for the Dress for Success GPN Worldwide Program sponsored by Walmart. She also works as a strategic partner to other executive coaches, helping them build and flawlessly execute a focused business plan that ensures a robust, sustainable demand for their services. Susan speaks often on the topics of leadership, emotional intelligence, conflict management and millennial leadership.

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Jordan Goldrich, MBA, BCC, CMC, Master Corporate Executive Coach (MCEC) ♦ Business Coach

Jordan Goldrich is an Executive Coach and the Chief Operations Officer of CUSTOMatrix, a professional services firm incorporated in 2005. Jordan draws on a diverse skill set acquired from his background as a Chief Operations Officer, Executive Coach and mentor coach for other executive coaches with the Center for Creative Leadership, and licensed therapist. His talent lies in an ability to assist senior executives in achieving business results while simultaneously developing their organizations, employees and themselves. Jordan is a specialist in resolving workplace conflict. He assists executives and their teams in collaborating more effectively, repairing the leaks that drain money, people and productivity.

As Chief Operations Officer of a behavioral healthcare company, Jordan was instrumental in creating an 800% increase in revenue over seven years, securing an HMO license and executing a successful acquisition by WellPoint Health Networks.

As an Executive Coach, he has provided leadership coaching for two, fast-track Senior Vice Presidents with a 1 trillion investment firm. Both were promoted to Executive Vice President. He designed and implemented both a senior leadership and a supervisory academy for the San Diego Community College District. These programs have been running successfully for 5 years.

Jennifer Gervès-Keen, MA, PCC, Master Corporate Executive Coach (MCEC)

Jennifer helps organizations solve problems, mostly to do with their people. She enjoys a challenge and supports individuals who are figuring out where they want to go – particularly as leaders – and ensure they get there. She is passionate about moving organizations and people forward in effective, business-friendly ways, and she loves to use science (specifically neuroscience but other scientific research and data as well) to further understand behaviours and reactions.

Jennifer is an award-winning coach, with a focus on offering exceptional learning & development experiences within organizations. She also creates successful performance management programs for some clients and assists others with business strategy. In essence Jennifer works in partnership with her clients to figure out the best, most cost effective and sustainable ways of moving their people and their businesses forward, whether it’s through building or changing culture, training and development, coaching, or creating more efficient people processes. She works with her clients on a long-term basis, and is committed to continually learning in order to bring thought leadership and innovative solutions to her clients and followers.

Jennifer has a somewhat different ‘worldview’ given that she has lived and worked in many different cultures. She has the ability to almost immediately understand and adapt to any organizational culture and uses that to integrate herself quickly into the environment she is working in.

She has done a lot of work in moving disengaged groups forward through honest facilitation and team alignment; essentially deconstructing to reconstruct. Diverse teams, companies both large and small, Jennifer has a strong understanding of the challenges faced by managers and leaders within both operational and service environments.

Her client list includes organizations across North America as well as Europe and she has also worked in the Middle East. From smaller and successful organizations such as Mobify and Landyachtz to larger businesses such as Deloitte Canada and the CPA, Jennifer has worked with all levels of government, and most areas of the private sector including engineering, manufacturing, finance, professional services and high tech as well as some non-profit organizations.

Other items of interest that you may wish to know about Jennifer:

• Certified Mentor Coach
• Master’s Degree in Adult Learning from the UK
• Survived Seth Godin’s altMBA program, January 2016
• Successfully completed NLI’s Certificate in the Foundations of NeuroLeadership, January 2015
• Fluent in French (12 years of living/working in France)
• Past President of the Canadian Women Voters Congress
• Volunteer with the CoachGiving program of the Vancouver chapter of the ICF
• Activator with SheEO.org.

Areas of expertise include executive coaching, performance management, organizational development, strategic planning facilitation, learning and development consulting, entrepreneurship, creation of innovative training programs/workshops, generational-based issues, HR trends & challenges, and public speaking.

Vincent Gordon

Vincent Gordon is the President and Principal Consultant at OrgStrength, a 7-year old management consultancy in the Caribbean region, specializing in business turnaround and organizational renewal.

Prior to this, he had 20 years of significant leadership experience at two Fortune 500 companies, firstly at Colgate Palmolive, and then at 3M Jamaica, where he held the position of General Manager/Regional Business Leader (Caribbean Region), before leaving to start his own business.

Over the course of his corporate career, Vincent has had several broad-based business experiences, with actual P&L line responsibilities in sales and marketing, finance, supply chain, customer service and human resources.

It is this hands-on experience, along with Six Sigma exposure, which helps him provide unrivalled insights into the renewal opportunities for his clients today. His assignments to date include a full turnaround of a US$150MM company based on Trinidad, which resulted in EBIT moving from low single digits to over 15% in its first full year, and leadership development assignments for high potentials and C-Suite executives within the region.

With a graduate degree in business administration, and as a Certified Intelligent Leadership Executive Coach, Vincent holds as his personal mantra “Nothing that Is Has to Be.” He is a Senior Associate Coach with John McKee & Associates, and provides clients with a uniquely challenging business and executive coaching. In organizational renewal, he thinks and breathes culture, change, leadership development and employee engagement.

Vincent is a former board member of AMCHAM Jamaica and the Jamaica Employers Federation (JEF), and has served as vice-president in both organizations. He is currently an executive member of the UTECH Alumni Association.

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