Greta Cowan, PCC is a senior facilitator and leadership coach. She has facilitated leadership development workshops for companies such as American Express, Revlon, General Electric, Capital One, and JPMorgan Chase. Since 1999 she has been coaching leaders to connect with and congruently communicate their passion, lead with their principles, find clarity of purpose, and leverage their full, authentic leadership presence. She brings a dynamic blend of humor, compassion, honesty, and rigor to her work -- helping leaders become more inspirational. Greta has taught and lectured at Columbia Business School under the auspices of the Executive Education and Executive MBA Departments and the Institute for Not-for-Profit Management. She has worked nationwide and abroad with a wide variety of executives from both the corporate and non-profit sectors.
Greta was a member of the Boston-based Guilty Children Improv Company for five years and toured with Guilty Children to theaters, clubs, and colleges nationwide. She has taught improvisation to professional actors, non-professional adults, and children. In 1986 she performed in Robert Wilson’s Alcestes at the American Repertory Theatre in Cambridge, Mass. and at the Festival d’Automne in Paris, France. Greta’s film credits include the female lead in the independent feature The Imported Bridegroom, directed by Pamela Berger. She holds a BFA in acting from Emerson College and is a graduate of the Georgetown University Leadership Coaching Program. She is designated as a Professional Certified Coach by the International Coaching Federation.
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