Margie Zohn has 18 years of experience as an executive coach to leaders worldwide. She also designs and leads educational programs for the corporate and nonprofit sectors. In academia, Margie holds a faculty appointment at Harvard University teaching Public Speaking, and teaches at the Simmons School of Social Work Urban Leadership Program.
In the corporate and academic sector, Margie has worked extensively with leaders at organizations including American Express, Capital One, Google, Fidelity, The Federal Reserve, Time Warner, McKinsey and Biogen Idec, and has taught at Executive Education Programs including Harvard, Columbia, MIT and IMD in Lausanne, Switzerland. Margie has also led workshops at the Harvard Business School and Graduate School of Education, Boston University, Emerson College and New England Conservatory.
Working with nonprofits, Margie has served as Project Director for Inspiring Educators, and is a consultant with the Leadership Development Institute of the Combined Jewish Philanthropies. She has also coached leaders from The Samaritans, Future Chefs, The Achievement Network, and many others.
A former professional actor, Margie has performed with Shakespeare & Company, The Lyric Stage, The Merrimack Repertory Theatre, and Anna Deveare Smith’s Institute On The Arts and Civic Dialogue at the American Repertory Theater. She also coaches playwrights, solo performers and actors, and has developed and directed numerous projects for performance at venues in the US and abroad. Margie chairs the Resource Advisory Committee for Journey To Safety, a domestic abuse program of Jewish Family and Children’s Services. She also volunteers with Big Sister,The Boston Minstrels and the Make A Wish Foundation.
Margie has completed post graduate training in executive coaching and organizational development, and earned a B.A. from Brown University and an Ed.M from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.