Chloe is an executive coach and leadership development facilitator with two decades of experience in talent development, strategic change, and organizational development. She coaches senior and emerging leaders on leadership effectiveness, client relationship building, career development, and high-performance team development. She integrates her deep intellectual curiosity with a passion for optimal impact by applying exquisitely practical, efficient, and behavior-based methods into her work with leaders and teams.
Chloe is a certified executive coach for Zenger Folkman, a company that helps organizations flourish by increasing the effectiveness of their leaders at all levels. Chloe also coaches alumni, MBA, and Executive MBA students at Haas School of Business at the University of California Berkeley on leadership and career development.
In her coaching work with senior leaders, Chloe creates a non‐judgmental environment that provides leaders with unique opportunities to critically reflect on their strengths and challenges, gain perspective, and move to tangible actions. She is clear and direct when giving feedback, always holding leaders accountable for their commitment to success. In her facilitation work, Chloe is warm, engaging, and inclusive. She encourages conversational dialogue among participants and is skilled at delivering learning experiences that are impactful and memorable. Chloe has coached, designed, and facilitated programs for clients including Deutsche Bank, Deloitte, KPMG, BCG, Dropbox, Visiting Nurse Service of New York, Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Apple.
Chloe holds an M.A. in Social‐Organizational Psychology from Columbia University. She is a graduate of an accredited coach‐training program and a certified practitioner of The Extraordinary LeaderTM 360 Assessment by Zenger Folkman. In addition, she is certified in MBTI® and trained in Mindfulness‐Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) at the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care, and Society at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. She recently spent a year studying the Life/Art Process® through a Movement, Mind‐Body, and Expressive Art education program by Tamalpa Institute in Kentfield, California.
Chloe speaks fluent Mandarin and Cantonese and resides in the San Francisco Bay Area. Art and nature are Chloe's two great loves. In her free time, you can find her exploring new trails in the redwood forest, dancing with the waves at Mount Tamalpais's magical Tennessee Valley Beach, or soaking up the art at the de Young Museum in Golden Gate Park.