Coach and Mentor, The Wright Foundation
BiographyFormerly an award-winning writer and video producer, Karen redirected her career mid-life to focus on coaching and adult human development. She enjoys helping people fashion lives that they love and are proud to lead, and is fascinated by the story of how we become the people we are. Karen earned a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan and her first Master’s degree from Northwestern University. She earned her subsequent Master’s degree and doctorate from Wright Graduate University for the Realization of Human Potential. Dedicated to fostering the systems and conversations that support adults to stay meaningfully engaged in the world, Karen also serves at The Village Chicago, a non-profit committed to helping Chicagoans successfully navigate the new longevity.
|2016||Ed.D, Transformational Leadership & Coaching||Wright Graduate University|
|2011||MA, Transformational Leadership & Coaching||Wright Graduate University|
|1978||MA, Speech||Northwestern University|
|1976||BGS||University of Michigan|
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