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Meryl Moritz


- Vice Chair of ICF Past Global Board

Trainer introduction

Meryl’s coaching draws on 20 years of corporate consulting, marketing, management and facilitation expertise. Most relevant are her experiences as a senior executive at two international firms (Hill & Knowlton, Inc., global public relations and public affairs, and Louis Harris & Associates, global public opinion and market research experts) and as an entrepreneur (she founded a marketing consulting business in 1986 to serve companies in technology, banking, publishing and others.

Her views on management, executive development and coaching have been published in numerous books (The Human Side of High Technology: DePaul University Press; Using Your Sales Force as a Vital Resource: AMACOM; Electrotechnology & the Engineer: SPECTRUM/IEEE; On Becoming a Coach: Coach University)

From 2005-2008, Meryl was on faculty of New York University’s SCPS Department of Leadership and Human Capital Management. There she designed and taught courses in organizational and executive coaching for a professional certificate program as part of her commitment to raise and maintain the profession’s standard of excellence. Prior to her affiliation with NYU, she was on faculty of Coach U for five years. She is a guest lecturer now for coach training organizations including Internal Impact, DARCO Coaching, Moore Master Coaching, etc. Meryl in three executive coaching session, a professor at University of America (Colombia University, New Youk University, the University of Miami).

Since January 2010, Meryl served as a Director of the Global Board of the International Coach Federation, the largest association for professional coaches worldwide. She has been ICF’s Vice President for two years and in 2013 she is its Vice Chair. Meryl participated as one of only 75 executive coaches worldwide in the global Executive Coaching Summit and chaired its Diversity Committee. She is also a founder of the International Consortium of Coaching in Organizations (ICCO).