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Judy King

Judy King

New York Metro Area

Judy’s leadership development and coaching practice draws upon 20+ years of multi-disciplinary business experience in large organizations (American Express, McKinsey & Company and Goldman Sachs), advisory boards, entrepreneurial endeavors and coaching engagements. Embracing a growth mindset, Judy strongly believes that learning and development are a forever pursuit for every leader — especially at the most senior levels, where outstanding leadership can have an exponential effect on an organization. She’s inspired by leading edge exploration of how changes in the world impact leadership — and how stellar leadership can impact the world. Judy focuses on adult development theory, leading through complexity, capabilities of change through an understanding of neuroscience and the effects of positive intelligence.

Judy earned an MBA from New York University, is certified through the International Coaching Federation, and is a graduate of Georgetown University’s Institute for Transformational Leadership. As an innovator in addressing women-specific challenges, Judy founded the inaugural “Women’s Issues Network” while at American Express. She co-leads a growth circle focused on “Women Leading at Scale” in support of mid-senior level women leaders expanding their leadership capacity and career pathing. For Coursera, Judy co-developed and co-delivered “Innovation Demystified: Tools for Finance Professionals,” leveraging her financial sector experience and highlighting the importance of leadership to meet innovation objectives.

Based in the New York metropolitan area, Judy relishes travel and spends time connecting the leadership dots in her global practice, supporting a diverse group of coaching clients — and creating/delivering programs, workshops, learning circles and online courses. Judy believes that the more we know about our world and ourselves, the more harmony and compassion we can create. Judy loves spending time with her family, her rescue dog Alice and her friends. Whenever possible, Judy integrates swimming, pickleball, biking and outdoors into her day-to-day activities.