What does she do at Riverbend?
Jen is an Executive Client Advisor who brings experience as a Marketing Executive, Leadership Consultant, and ICF Certified Coach to the Riverbend Group’s team of Client Advisors. Because of her direct, straight-talk approach and practical programs she has been the trusted advisor to advance the careers of managers leading in companies, including Intel, Lands’ End, Wells Fargo, and Microsoft. Additionally, her expertise in Dragon Boating is an amazing advantage to our clients who experience the ONE Rowing (R) experience. She is uniquely qualified to help bring lessons out of the boat or racing shell and into the boardroom.
What did she do before joining #TeamRiverbend?
Prior to joining Riverbend, Jen led her own leadership consulting firm, TIAMAT Leadership. Before TIAMAT Leadership, she had the honor of leading marketing and technology teams in fast-paced technology startups across Fortune 500 organizations such as Sprint, Orbitz, and Oriental Trading Company. For over 20 years, she has tackled complex leadership challenges, team restructuring, organizational change, bridge-building across matrix environments, and cultivating results-oriented teams.
Where did she study?
Master’s degree (MS MSc) in Organizational Development and Leadership at the University of Texas at Dallas, Scholar of High Distinction
Graduate of Executive and Professional Coach Training Program at the University of Texas (completion Professional Certified Coach level)
ICF Accredited Coach and Certified in Group Coaching
Bachelor’s degree (BS) in Marketing, minor Psychology from Russell Sage College
What does she do other than Riverbend?
When not at a computer or facilitating with clients, you can find Jen on Puget Sound waters, paddling or coaching with the Gig Harbor Dragon Boat Team. If she’s not on the water, look for her in the forest hiking with her co-pilot Cash, a 13 year old rescue German Shepherd. Paddles Up!
What’s her favorite Riverbend workshop or experience?
ONE Rowing, of course! But stay tuned as she is still getting to know them all.