Bonnie is an Organizational Psychologist and a Master Certified Coach with more than 10,000 hours of coaching experience. She coaches company founders, CEOs, C-suite executives, and emerging leaders who are ready to raise the bar in their impact, influence, and organizational performance. She also has a specialty interest in coaching underrepresented leaders in highly competitive industries such as private equity, biotech, medicine, and management consulting.
Bonnie’s background includes decades of experience managing people, building organizations, leading large-scale change, and development and implementation of strategy. Her clients have included Google, San Francisco Dept. of Public Health, World Pay, Rexel, BioMarin, Agilent and Bank of the West.
Additionally, for the past eighteen years, Bonnie has taught hundreds of MBA students and executives as an adjunct instructor and leadership coach at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
With an undergraduate degree in Classics and a Master’s in Organizational Psychology, Bonnie brings inquiry, rigor, and discipline to bear in her client relationships.
She integrates life experiences as a leader, competitive athlete, mother, volunteer, adventurer, meditator, change catalyst and human being in her work.
BA | St. Mary’s College of California
MA | John F. Kennedy University
Master Certified Coach | International Coaching Federation
Zenger Folkman 360 Assessment
Lominger Career & Leadership Architect
Emotional and Social Competence Inventory
Leadership Versatility Index
The Leadership Circle
Immunity to Change
Stanford University, Google, Permira, Genome Medical, First Republic Bank, Genentech, Grand Rounds, The Carlyle Group, Fabric Genomics, Forty Seven/Gilead Sciences, Amerisource Bergen, Hines, Recursion Pharma
Exploring the world with her family, hiking the Oakland hills at sunset, and the resilience of the human spirit.