From the time I was a little girl I’ve been fascinated by the human potential to create meaning and results out of seemingly ordinary circumstances, although I would have used very different words then. Years later as a contractor for education outreach at NASA, I saw so much untapped potential in the government and corporate workplace. I wanted to change that, and that’s why I help leaders find practical strategies and approaches authentic to them so they get the results they want and create real wins for their organizations.
Jennifer Sellers is an executive coach, facilitator, and author. She is an expert in partnering with executives to help them gain a clear view of their own thinking; master new interpersonal skills; locate and tap into resources inside themselves, in their organizations, and in the larger network; and commit to action that leads to high-quality results. Since 2002, Jen has developed leaders and teams for Freeport-McMoRan Copper and Gold, Accenture, IBM, The Nature Conservancy, the Tucson Airport Authority, and many other dynamic businesses and non-profits.
Jen was employed for 10 years by corporations such as Hughes and Raytheon under contract to NASA, where she facilitated groups and teams in NASA’s Learning Technologies Project. Her leadership, strong project management, and knowledge of the education arena ensured well-run projects with high visibility at NASA, the US Department of Education, nationally, and internationally.
A co-author of Pause: 52 Ways to Shift Any Outcome in Less Than a Minute, a book of practical mindfulness practices for leaders, Jen is also a contributing author to The Handbook of Knowledge-based Coaching. She holds a B.S. in Education, and in her first career, she enjoyed 13 years teaching 7th-12th graders and adult education.
Jen is a past president of the Southern Arizona Chapter of the International Coach Federation (ICF), a former coach trainer in Fielding Graduate University’s Evidence Based Coaching program, and a pro bono coach for TED fellows. She is a member of the Boss Whispering Institute and is accredited in Boss Whispering.
Now residing in Tucson, Arizona with her husband and the second of two daughters who remains at home, Jennifer grew up in Arizona, and has lived in Colorado, Mexico, Japan, and the Washington, DC metro area. She enjoys hiking, yoga, singing around the house, and Zen meditation. She speaks fluent Spanish, once spoke decent Japanese, and has studied a smattering of other languages.