Rebecca Glenn is the owner of TOP Coaching and Consulting LLC where TOP stands for Tenacity of Purpose. She has been coaching leaders and teams at all levels for over 10 of her 30+ year’s professional business experience. Offering a wealth of insight from her diverse leadership roles she relates to the difficulties leaders face. Clients appreciate her empathy and grasp of their situations. She is passionate about helping clients create sustainable habits and techniques for success, teamwork and happiness.
Rebecca’s varied experience includes roles as Executive Coach, Business Owner, VP/ Chief Information Officer for ON Semiconductor, VP of Technology for Nautilus Insurance, Nonprofit Co-Founder and other key leadership roles for Motorola and Accenture Consulting.
She has deep expertise in Emotional Intelligence, Qualitative 360 reviews for Leaders, Leadership, Program Management, Change Management, Innovation, and High Performance Work Teams.
Rebecca has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Quantitative Business Analysis from Arizona State University, graduating Summa Cum Laude. She is a Hudson Institute Master Coach, Professional Certified Coach through the International Coach Federation, and is certified or trained in numerous tools such as EQ in Action, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, DiSC and Design Thinking.
Rebecca is a native Arizonian located in Phoenix AZ, married with two adult children and part of a large extended family. She is an outdoor person and three of her favorite hobbies are skiing, hiking and scuba diving. She is lucky to be able to do the work that brings her alive – having conversations that matter and helping others create their best future.
Penny Handscomb has lived and worked in the US, Canada, Israel, UK and spent a significant amount of time in emerging markets where she has helped build businesses with a main focus on human capital. She has spent a great deal of time helping organizations scale as well as manage change. Penny is a master coach, board member and past adjunct professor.
More specifically for the past nearly four years Penny has been working for a social impact Venture Capital organization. She is based in London, UK and she supports, advises and coaches entrepreneurs worldwide on challenges associated with start ups and scale ups. Penny is also an advisor for another investment firm focused on entrepreneurs in emerging markets. She is on the board for one of Africa’s fastest growing ED Tech organizations and has also spent over 20 years helping to build organizations as well as managing the implementation side of acquisition and been involved in successful turn arounds.
Penny was one of the "original team members” who helped to build Proflowers from ground floor to over 600M, as well as being on the executive team that took the company through the IPO, and she continued in her capacity when the company was publicly traded.
Amy Kosterlitz is an executive coach who, for the past eight years of her four decade professional career, has coached leaders in law, government, nonprofits, healthcare and business. Amy brings insight to coaching from her diverse professional experiences, including: as lead attorney representing corporations and public agencies in complex legal matters and resolving high profile disputes; as a senior partner with responsibility for building and managing a law firm and training and mentoring junior attorneys; as leader of multi-disciplinary teams on complex land development projects; and as an expert on public taskforces and a member of nonprofit boards.
Amy provides support for her clients to better align their professional lives with their values and priorities and to clarify and achieve their goals. Coaching topics often include: enhancing leaders’ confidence and presence; improving skills in management, communication and conflict-resolution; developing a new career vision or advancement plan; finding work-life balance and coping with stress; and navigating transitions. Amy often uses stakeholder feedback as a tool for helping her clients improve self-awareness and achieve their professional development goals.
Amy consults with organizations on strategic planning, team-building and creative problem-solving. She assists organizational clients to plan and facilitate productive meetings and retreats. Amy has published articles on a number of coaching topics, including, The Four Traits of Confidence: Growth Mindset, Courage, Grit and Self-Compassion, featured in the American Bar Association’s Woman Advocate publication.
Amy is a native of the Pacific Northwest where she obtained her BA and JD with honors from the University of Oregon. She is a Hudson Institute Master Coach and Professional Certified Coach through the International Coach Federation. She has lived and worked the past 40 years in Seattle, WA where she enjoys activities such as hiking, biking, skiing, and tennis. Amy is an active community volunteer, including Board leadership at the YWCA of the Seattle area. Amy loves learning about other cultures through international travel and reading. She is married, a mother of adult sons and a grandmother and relishes spending time with her family.
Kathleen Marron serves as executive coach, mediator, and expert on emotional intelligence and gender diversity to help individuals, teams and organizations align passion to purpose, to achieve results. Facilitating transformational change and measurable results, Kathleen works with business leaders, teams, and organizations of all sizes in a wide range of sectors, including law, healthcare and finance. In particular, she has significant expertise equipping women and men to lead more effectively together with power, purpose, and presence.
Kathleen brings a wealth of professional experience to the coaching field from her two decades as a trial lawyer and equity partner in a national law firm, where she served in a number of leadership roles as rainmaker and mentor of other attorneys. She also led Bar Association diversity taskforces, served in leadership on boards, and continues to speak and teach on a wide variety of topics. [Check out her ZED talk on www.marronalliance.com!] She has hands-on experience building and leading strong gender-diverse, cross-functional teams, and facilitating business growth and risk management.
As a Master executive coach, Kathleen has worked with individuals and teams to facilitate change, growth and leadership development, as well as to increase gender and emotional intelligence. She also coaches leaders on advocacy and communication skills, key components of executive presence. As a former jazz musician (and actress), Kathleen firmly believes in the value of practice; she incorporates specific practices for change into her coaching.
She regularly uses stakeholder feedback to equip her clients to deepen their self-awareness and achieve results. She co-authored Fearless Feedback to create the Guide she wished she had when she entered the coaching field.
Kathleen is a Hudson Institute Master Coach and Professional Certified Coach through ICF. She is certified in numerous coaching tools including on emotional intelligence, leadership styles, conflict and change management, polarity management, and team development. She obtained her JD and BA summa cum laude from the University of Minnesota, and is a certified mediator.
Kathleen lives in Minnesota, with her husband of 30 years and enjoys spending time with their extended friends and family, especially their two adult children who live and practice law nearby. She delights in the outdoors and in activities such as golfing, hiking, drawing, singing, fishing, skiing, cooking, travel, and photography.
Kelly Ross is a coach, learning and talent strategist and facilitator with global experience. Kelly’s work is in leadership development and talent management – the people side of business. She works with individuals in one-on-one coaching engagements, with teams to clarify goals and increase effectiveness, and with organizations to build and implement learning strategies. Kelly brings experience working in more than 25 countries, with individuals and organizations across industries and sectors, and nearly a decade of experience at McKinsey & Company.
Kelly’s broad understanding of business needs, cultural differences, and the global marketplace aid her in developing great leaders and teams. Her global work experience brings an array of resources and ideas to support you on your journey. A few highlights:
Kelly loves being outside hiking, cycling, and skiing. Travel and photography are passions of Kelly’s. Ask her about the 46 countries she has visited.
Lori serves as Vice President, Corporate Programs for the Hudson Institute of Coaching and as President and CEO of Grais Partners. Lori provides best-in-class executive coaching, consulting and advisory services to leaders who are committed to establishing compelling strategic goals, to successfully executing large-scale change and to fully realizing the highest possible performance for themselves, for their teams and for the organizations that they serve.
A seasoned senior executive herself, Lori brings over twenty-five (25) years of experience working in Fortune 100 and other large public companies. She has worked at the executive level for seventeen (17) years, four of which were in international financial services serving international markets. As a proven C-Suite executive, she has broad and deep multi-functional experience in the areas of: strategy, executive coaching, culture-building, change execution, human resources, organization development, brand/marketing, consumer and business sales and service, corporate communication, business process improvement, mergers/acquisitions and board leadership.
As coach, consultant and advisor, Lori has worked with executives, teams and organizations across multiple functions for “household name” companies in the financial services, insurance, health care, manufacturing, consumer products, higher education, professional services and non-profit industries. Lori accelerates professional breakthroughs for executives at all levels. She teams with clients to facilitate personal insights which lead to deep understanding of themselves, their strengths and their blind spots/barriers to enable positive change.
Lori holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communication (Cum Laude) with a specialization in Business and a Master of Organization Development from Bowling Green University. She earned the Master Coach Certification from the Hudson Institute of Coaching where she serves on the faculty for Individual and Corporate Coaching Certification Programs. She is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with the International Coach Federation. Lori is accredited as a coach supervisor by the Coaching Supervision Academy, Ltd. (London, England). She is certified to administrate multiple leadership assessments.
Lori is passionate about community involvement and has served in senior board positions with United Way of Central Ohio, Franklin Park Conservatory, Project InVEST, and the Bowling Green State University Business Advisory Board. She was named by Woman for Economic and Leadership Development as “One of Twelve Women You Should Know”. Lori has traveled extensively across the globe and particularly enjoys visiting her family in Europe. She is based in Columbus, Ohio.
Tim Signorelli has led from the executive chair for 25 years. His ability to engage, develop and empower people as CEO for several regional medical organizations sparked Tim’s interest in Leadership Coaching.
Tim’s core service focus is executive leadership coaching and mentoring, high performance team assessment and development, leader competency/skill building and meeting and retreat facilitation.
He partners with clients on improved leadership effectiveness and results. He also facilitates assessments and coaching for developing high performers and teams.
Using his executive background in visioning, strategic planning and activating effective teams, Tim is accomplished in helping leaders clarify goals, so they can effectively communicate the vision and action steps and engage people throughout the organization. He is also experienced in strategic planning and board retreat facilitation.
Tim earned his coaching certification at the highly-regarded Hudson Institute of Coaching in 2010. He is now a Certified Hudson Institute Coach and an Authorized Facilitator of a Team DiagnosticTM assessment tool and improvement process from Team Coaching International. He also has committed to developing self as coach in service of client success. He has received the designation of Hudson Master Coach from the Hudson Institute of Coaching in Santa Barbara, CA. In addition, is certified in the EQ in A profile from Learning in Action Technologies. He also earned PCC (Professional Certified Coach) from the International Coaching Federation. He has Master’s in Health System Administration, Webster University and Bachelor of Science in Psychology, St. Louis University
Tim has worked and lived in Minneapolis, MN for the last 40 years. He is happily married with four adult children and two grandchildren. He especially loves fitness, golf, singing in choir, being on water, in the outdoors and with his loving family.