Designing Your Life Certified Coaches:
I am a professional scuba instructor, yacht crew member and underwater/nature photographer/filmmaker. I pair my experience as a writer/editor/publisher with my extensive amphibious training to offer personalized ``immersive`` coaching programs for first-time authors, artists and creatives.
Coaching individuals desiring: pivot in career; leadership skill development; navigation in complex interpersonal system; group collaboration. Denise’s customized approach blends experience with knowledge, using your strengths, community, curiosity and action to advance toward your desired outcomes.
Sharon Danzger is the founder of Control Chaos and author of Super-Productive: 120 Strategies to Do More and Stress Less. Through her coaching and training programs, she empowers individuals to make deliberate, incremental changes that significantly improve work and well-being.vDanzger is a CFA; she holds a BS in Economics and a Masters in Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania as well as a Master’s in Real Estate from NYU. She earned a certificate on Negotiation and Leadership from Harvard Law School’s Program on Negotiation.
Elizabeth has seen the positive impact of adopting design thinking mindsets (radical collaboration, reframing, and bias to action) in her own life and would love to help others (particularly working moms) find joy and purpose in their jobs and in their lives. For over 15 years, Elizabeth has served as a counselor in the Office of Career Services at Stanford Law School and advises students and alumni on their career development. She conducts workshops on a variety of professional development topics and works with individuals to outline their job search and networking strategies, provide feedback on resumes and cover letters, and assist with interview preparation. Elizabeth was born in Queens, New York and raised in Miami, Florida. Her parents are from Haiti and she loves hanging out with her family (even on Zoom calls). She graduated from Dartmouth College and Stanford Law School and her signature potluck dish in grad school was a pot of vegetarian-friendly rice and beans.