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Rosemary Meehan Tator
Alesia Latson
Eb Schmidt
Gina LaRoche
Jeffrey McIntyre
Jennifer Cohen
Kristi Scarpone
Miriam Hawley
M. Ramona Dorsey
Susanne Fraser
Trudy van den Berg
Vivek Chopra

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Jen Cohen

Jennifer Cohen has studied the art and science of transformational coaching and facilitation since 1992 and is certified as a Master Coach by The Strozzi Institute for Leadership and Mastery. She is a co-founder Seven Stones Leadership Group with Gina LaRoche. From half day short workshops, to learning journeys lasting from six weeks to a year, Jen is masterful at designing deep dive learning opportunities where people can enter in complete safety to transform old patterns, heal old wounds, re-source their greatest wisdom and develop new skills that will serve their living and leading. She has taught at several institutions from MIT to The Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, NY and at conferences like Passion in Action in Northern California.

Seven Stones was created to fulfill on the supposition that meaningful and effective leadership requires the exposure of assumptions that guide individual lives, organizations and systems. Once uncovered, leaders and teams can create a new set of beliefs, ones that, if embraced and enacted, would powerfully shift mindsets and actions toward a declared vision. Seven Stones works with individuals, executives, teams and corporate systems that want to create a culture of community, trust, purpose, love, wisdom, joy, and commitment.

Jennifer is known as a “coaches coach” and is a coach to some of the senior coaches at The NewField Group, one of the nation’s top schools for coaching. She has worked with corporate clients including Pfizer, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Boston Consulting Group, Hewlett Packard, Microsoft, and MIT’s Sloan School of Management, as well as an oil company, a major construction company, and several small software development firms. She has also coached senior executives from Merck and EMC in her work at Simmons School of Management. She has a niche in coaching world-class academicians from Simmons and Harvard Business School. She has served as the Director of Coaching Education for Mobius Executive Leadership, a global boutique-consulting firm serving Fortune 500 companies, and for many years ran her coaching business as The Center for Meaningful Leadership.

She is the author of the chapter, “From Surviving to Thriving” in the book Being Human at Work, edited by Richard Strozzi Heckler. She has a master’s degree in Applied Psychology with an emphasis on systems theory from the Antioch New England Graduate School, and she did her undergraduate work in philosophy at Oberlin and Barnard. Jennifer and her spouse are avid gardeners and co-parent their daughter, Sophia.