Jennifer Bezoza is a leadership coach who works with executives and emerging leaders to hone and leverage their individual leadership style and strengths. Optimistic, caring and positive, while also structured, direct and results-oriented, Jennifer supports her clients in gaining greater self-awareness, enhancing their leadership mindset and gaining concrete progress and results with desired leadership and professional goals.
Having served in a number of human capital roles at organizations, such as GE Commercial Finance, Towers Perrin, Advisory Board Company, and the Visiting Nurse Service of NY, Jennifer has led large-scale employee engagement initiatives and also high potential development programs.
Jennifer has coached executives in a number of industries, including start-ups, financial services, retail, professional services, media, technology, healthcare, government, and non-profit organizations. Recent clients include Venwise, NY Life, O’Melveny & Meyers, CBS Interactive, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Eli Broad Foundation, NYC Department of Education and Open Society Foundations.
Jennifer holds an MA in Social-Organizational Psychology from Columbia University, Teachers College and a BA with honors in Humanities and Psychology from Stanford University. She completed her executive coaching coursework through New York University and also through David Rock’s Neuroleadership Group. She is certified in the Center for Creative Leadership’s 360-degree feedback assessment suite, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and the FIRO-B.
Jennifer honors her passions for health and well-being and collaborative communication and problem solving by actively serving on the boards of two organizations: the New York Peace Institute, a conflict and mediation organization, and Refresh Body, LLC a corporate wellness company.
A native Californian, Jennifer has since lived in Jerusalem, Boston and Washington DC. Since 2001, NYC has become home. Many formative lessons came through competitive sports, having led a volleyball team to a Junior Olympic title and then later playing on and serving as a captain on the Stanford field hockey team. While her time on a court or a field has long come to an end, you may find her frequently running to Pandora music in Central Park or hiking and biking with her family in upstate NY.