I have been coaching emerging and senior leaders for the past five years and have worked with clients in the non-profit, technology and health sectors. I am a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC) trained by the Coaches Training Institute. I am also certified in the Team Diagnostic Survey, a research-based framework that strengthens team function and collaboration. 

My fifteen years of leadership in the international and domestic social sectors include raising $68 million for treatment programs at Phoenix House; building the operating infrastructure and leading the expansion of Global Health Corps to 5 new offices in Africa; and developing the Fellow selection process for Global Health Corps and overseeing the selection of over 500 Fellows. Earlier, I built and led public health programs at Public Health Solutions. 

I earned an MBA from Fordham University and a BA from Wesleyan University.  To learn more about my professional background, visit my LinkedIn page.  

To learn more about why I coach, click here.

Fun facts: My full name is Talmiriam but I go by Tali. My dad invented the name Talmiriam; to my knowledge, no one else in the world has it.