Coaches Network

Imprint works in partnership with an international network of professional coaches and consultants to deliver large-scale transformation programs, working with individuals, teams, and culture.

Our coaches are carefully selected and meet at least one of the following criteria:  

  • Relevant qualification and credentialing as a coach (e.g. International Coach Federation, Association for Coaching credentialing)
  • A university background, with an emphasis on diversity of thinking and applicable professional experience 
  • At least 5 years’ experience holding a senior management and/or human resources position within a large organization

All our coaches go through an engagement readiness program so they are fully briefed and receive regular supervision to ensure consistently high standards.

Leanne Lowish

Leanne has worked as a consultant, coach, team coach, coach supervisor and facilitator since 1998. She has led a wide variety of change initiatives and diverse teams in the corporate, public and voluntary sectors.  Leanne is particularly experienced in culture transformation and working with global organizations, teams and individuals to take them to the next level. She has held key leadership positions within Axialent, a global leader in conscious business transformation.  Her approach is eclectic and integrative, pulling from her 30 years of studying and working in adult development and human potential. She is both pragmatic and intuitive, recognizing the opportunities and challenges of working in times of exponential change and focusing on getting to the bottom line.

Leanne’s clients include fortune 500 companies particularly in Banking and Finance and Tech: She has lived and worked in Asia Pacfic, UK and Europe and now in the US. Her clients include: BBVA; BNP Paribas; HSBC; Merrill Lynch; Microsoft; Cisco; Workday; Pinterest; Amazon; P&G AstraZenca; SapientNitro; Cigna; Nationwide Insurance British Gas Business; Gazprom; CapGemini; The Metropolitan Police; Ministry of Defence; Greenpeace; and Hope Worldwide   

Tyler Moore

Tyler is a decorated military veteran having served honorably for 27 years in the United States Air Force during which time he earned the Bronze Star for meritorious service in a combat zone.  A graduate of the United States Air Force Academy, Tyler is a thoughtful leader whose life-long passions for teaching, mentoring, coaching and leadership development have been practiced and honed across all parts of the globe. 

Tyler is a graduate of College of Executive Coaching (CEC) in Santa Barbara, CA and has enjoyed coaching both military and civilian customers, with clientele from backgrounds as diverse as civil aviation, corporate senior leadership, clergy, advertising, business consulting, students, and military service members.

Jen Anderson

Jennifer is a dedicated servant leader with over 30 years in the U.S. Department of Defense as an electrical engineer, program manager, senior leader (DISES), and now executive coach. She brings first-hand knowledge of working in high stress, dynamic missions supporting military operations and national policy makers to her coaching practice.

Working one-to-one with leaders, she teaches them practical techniques to gain clarity on what’s important, define meaningful goals, and take action to achieve real results. Together, she creates lasting change for clients by helping them realize they have choices – opening possibilities and pathways forward under stressful situations and in dynamic environments while remaining calm, logical and focused. Jennifer completed her coach training through ACT Leadership and is credentialed as an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) through the International Coaching Federation.

Dan Hollingshead

Daniel Hollingshead, MBA and Executive Coach, has over 25 years of clinical and executive-level healthcare experience. Dan’s career began as a Clinical Perfusionist and his leadership experience includes Vice President of Operations for two large healthcare companies, developing through coaching highly performing teams responsible for tens of thousands of successful surgical outcomes.   Dan now runs a healthcare software company that focuses on measuring and improving the experience of patients and caregivers. 

Dan completed his leadership and performance coaching certification through ACT Leadership.  He has his private pilot’s license, is an avid tennis player, and co-teaches a course on entrepreneurship at University of Kentucky.

Raff Vitón

Raphael formerly served as a corporate expat, a corporate strategist and the president/co-owner of an innovation strategy consulting firm in Chicago, Connecticut and Vancouver, advising 25 percent of the Fortune 100 on business innovation and adaptive culture transformation.  He successfully helps leaders pilot their organizations through strategic transitions enabling increased performance under increased stress without sacrificing momentum or trust.

He was a Bloomberg Businessweek columnist for many years and has created and taught postgraduate innovation (at CEDIM in Monterrey MX, Mexico City) on innovation leadership and new paradigms in business for executives worldwide. He has also served as a board member for Conscious Capitalism, Inc. and earned his MBA from the Quinlan School of Business — Loyola University of Chicago.

Brian McIroy

Brian has more than 25 years working as a leader inside multinational businesses and also as an external consultant across a range of industries: pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, technology, oil, manufacturing, telecommunications and financial services.  He has considerable experience in coaching teams to be high performing, designing and delivering leadership programs for large worldwide organizations, and helping leaders consciously shape the culture they need to successfully grow their businesses.

His many clients include: Novartis, AstraZeneca, BSH, AXA, Shell, HSBC, Groupe PSA, MSFT, Unilever, Google and Yahoo.  Brian lives in London with his wife and two young children, spending much free time together in the outdoors. He is a keen endurance runner and member of his local running club.

Samantha Boo

Samantha has more than 30 years of professional experience in diverse roles, from coaching & consulting, executive search and education to corporate functions in Human Resource, Customer Service, Marketing and Engineering.  An avid learner with a beginner’s mind, she believes in meeting her coaching clients where they are, and supporting them to flourish by tapping into their reservoirs of resources and potential as unique human beings. 

Samantha has coached both members of senior leadership and middle management from various disciplines and industries. The topics covered include emotional intelligence, people engagement, leadership presence, resilience, and managerial competencies. Samantha has experience using inputs from various profiling tools including 360 feedback, interviews, team survey and observations at meetings in approaching her coaching engagements.

Karen Foundling

As an accredited coach, working with several psychometric profiling and 360 feedback tools, Karen’s approach is, at the heart, values based; aimed at helping others (re) discover their strengths, clarity, courage & focus in their development journey. Her passion is working at the deeper levels of adaptive challenge to inspire true transformation, enabling her clients to thrive in times of complexity and fast pace change.

She has designed and delivered in-house team, leadership & culture change programmes for many global organisations including: Microsoft, Bing, PSA Group, Pearson, Coty, Cisco, Viking Cruises, Facebook HSBC, Barclays, KPMG, Fiat/CNH, La Marzocco, Scottish Power, UBS, Jaguar Landrover, The Pentland Group, BSH, as well as SME, Public Sector and individuals.

Meghan Stone

Meghan lives in Buenos Aires.  She is an experienced Culture Project Manager, specializing in culture transformation projects. She is highly skilled in program development, change management, and strategic planning. She has received culture analyst and interviewer certifications from Axialent University and has played a key role in many culture transformation projects.

Meghan is dedicated to helping individuals, teams, and organizations reach their goals and live a more fulfilled existence. She is an ontological coach, trained clinical social worker, and educator who began working in the world of management consulting over 4 years ago. Meghan has a master’s degree in Clinical Social Work and Education from Widener University, a bachelor’s degree in Psychology, and her Ontological Coaching Certification from Newfield Network in Chile.  She coaches in both English and Spanish.

Barbie Geels-Dingle

Barbara has a professional background as a business/leadership consultant and certified executive/life coach with expertise in developing and implementing innovative client programs and projects that maximize market share and overall success. She received her coach training and certification from The Co-Active Training Institute and is also certified in Conscious Business Coaching. 

Key outcomes of her coaching engagements include: building self-awareness of who you are as a leader, gaining a deep understanding of your strengths and skills, enhancing your effectiveness and emotional intelligence, managing organizational complexity, leadership range and executive presence.  Barbara was born and raised in the Netherlands. She has always had an adventurous spirit and a curiosity about the world and a passion for travel. She speaks English, Dutch and French.

Karen Boskemper

Karen Boskemper is a Professional Certified Coach through the International Coach Federation (ICF).  She provides executive coaching and thought partnership to organizational executives and leaders. Her coaching philosophy is to coach leaders to upgrade their “inner operating system”. Einstein said: “The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were when we created them.”  Her focus is to support leaders in a self- development process to build new competencies, navigate old habits, notice limiting narratives, make identities visible, and to let go of old frameworks that no longer serve to produce the individual’s desired results.

Karen’s background is in HR and Leadership Development working with large global companies in finance, insurance, technology, and healthcare, providing executive coaching, group/team coaching, culture change management, and HIPO development. A few of her clients include Amazon, CISCO, Dell, Microsoft, CIGNA, Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals, and AXA Insurance.

Kamrin Huban

Kamrin passionately believes that bringing humanness to the workplace is what makes employees more engaged and efficient.  With 20+ years of experience in the consumer goods and fashion industry, she has worked at both multi-billion dollar brands, as well as smaller boutique brands.  Kamrin has worked internationally having been based in the US, Germany, Vietnam and China.  Through these experiences she deeply understands the importance of development of managers and leaders in an international, multicultural setting.

As an Executive Coach she is able to provide an unbiased “space” for individuals to share their concerns/fears/hopes/ideas.  Kamrin provides individualized support for company leaders and their teams to ensure an infusion of  “humanness and inclusion” while continuing to drive for bottom-line results borne out of the latest neuroscience of Coaching focused on how to develop sustainable change in individuals.  Kamrin is a graduate of ACT Leadership and Performance Coaching and is a member of the International Coaching Federation.