Sharon’s passion is to create a sustainable and healthy future for people, organizations and the planet we live on. Her coaching and consulting focus on facilitating high performance and increased well-being for the individuals and organizations she serves. She believes that the time is now for people to awaken to their inherent connectedness and rise to a new potential.
As president of her own business, Sharon has worked with Boards of Directors, CEOs, managers, teams and employees, and has developed numerous customized programs in personal and professional development. She recently retired from Willis Towers Watson, where as a senior talent management consultant for over six years, she had the exciting opportunity to work with numerous global organizations and leaders at all levels. Prior to that, Sharon served as Vice President of Organizational Effectiveness for an award-winning five-hospital health care system in NJ, capping her career of over 15 years working in leadership and management roles within health care organizations.
Additionally, Sharon led the organizational development function for the Product Development division of Harley-Davidson Motor Company from 2000-2004.
Sharon holds a B.S. in Psychology from Tufts University, an M.A. from the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco and many certifications in assessment and management training. She is affiliated with and certified by Success Unlimited Network®, a coach training program accredited by the International Coaching Federation. Her clients range from executives and business owners to managers, professionals and individuals who desire more mastery, fulfillment, joy and success in their lives.
In addition to her academic credentials, Sharon has been a White Belt certified NIA teacher. Combining dance, martial arts and mindfulness, Nia is a holistic fitness practice addressing each aspect of your life — body, mind and soul.
Sharon and her husband are avid birders and love to travel and learn about local people, geography and birds wherever they go. She is out birding as much as possible during spring and fall migration! She strongly supports conservation and is a member of the American Birding Association, Audubon, Sierra Club, and several other birding, wildlife and conservation organizations. Sharon has been married for 33 years and has two happy and successful daughters and sons-in-law and one fabulous grandson that bring her great joy.
Bird photos by Walt Nadolny (Sharon's husband)