connecting with women, social change, women's issues, advocacy, coaching women at organizations (non-profit, corporations, networking groups, book clubs), focus groups, leading, co-leading or guest speaking at women's workshops, speaking engagements, mentoring.
Career Development Coach, Founder
Jill Ozovek Coaching
New York, NY
I'm a personal & career development coach, helping millennial women with demanding careers and busy schedules rock every day of their lives by helping them define who they are and what's important to them. We then figure out how to squeeze every ounce of joy, purpose and excitement out of their careers and relationships, all ...
"I don't believe in failure. It's not failure if you enjoyed the process." --Oprah Winfrey
My ultimate for my coaching practice is to fuse my love for food and travel with coaching to put together retreats around the world for people who want to change their lives and learn about a new culture while they're at it.
Life Coach Radio Networks
Radio Show Host
September 2013 — Present
I'm part of this amazing network of coaches from across the country. We host dozens of shows per month, discussing issues that matter to our audience. Check http://www.lifecoachradionetworks.com for more information and the full schedule.
Jill Ozovek Coaching
Founder, Certified Professional Coach
July 2013 — Present
As a personal development coach, I work with amazing millennial women on their personal and professional development goals. Some thoughts and feelings my clients experience prior to working with me include panic over not being where they are "supposed to" be, stress at work with no "me" time to speak of, and fear over taking a huge next step and not knowing where to begin or if they can achieve it. Through working with me, my clients are able to uncover a deep level of clarity, balance, confidence and sense of personal fulfillment to take the next big step in their careers or personal lives.
I meet with clients one on one and have unveiled group seminars for meeting with like-minded women who are also on a career or personal development journey. Please contact me for further details or to schedule a complimentary consult at email@example.com.
Specialties: Resume writing, personal statement creation, goal setting, navigating complex workplace situations, career development/advancement
July 2013 — Present
LRN helps more than 500 companies and 15 million employees across the globe navigate complex regulatory environments, foster resilient, 'do it right,' innovative cultures, and inspire principled performance in their operations. Our combination of education, practical tools, metrics, and strategic advice helps companies translate their values into concrete corporate practices and behaviors that create advantage and economic value.
Visit www.lrn.com for accessible thought leadership. Check out the Making Waves blog (http://www.lrn.com/making-waves-blog) and our HOW Metrics Blog(http://www.lrn.com/howmetrics/#blog),
The Indie Chicks
January 2013 — Present
Regular contributor at this amazing resource for women www.theindiechicks.com.
Senior Conference Director
October 2012 — July 2013
I created high quality, high-demand content for the pharmaceutical industry. Conducting extensive market research with key industry people on critical areas in the pre-clinical, clinical and post-approval stages, I put together need-to-go-to events and brought communities together for networking and information sharing.
Mi Huerta Nino
May 2012 — August 2012
I was a volunteer for this NGO in headquartered in Buenos Aires. We have 166 projects currently ongoing throughout Argentina and 9200 children and their familiesbenefit from these efforts. Mi Huerta is dedicated to providing nutritional information and nutritional food to underprivileged kids and orphans throughout Argentina, arming them with tools and know-how to lead healthier lives. Part of my work involved support tasks for the annual donor's dinner, marketing, admin work, and working with the children once a week in the San Cristobal huerta (garden).
Volunteer, Traveler, Language-Learner
January 2012 — August 2012
I moved to South America in order to take the next step in my career, a part of which is working to achieve Spanish fluency. I took 250+ hours of classes while there, and also worked in an all Spanish-speaking environment at Mi Huerta Nino, an NGO where I was a volunteer.
Managing Director, Finance & Investments
June 2009 — November 2011
I actively managed a $13 million business from start to finish. Financial involvement included: Budget Creation and presentation to Global Chairman, monitor and adjust the monthly rolling forecast, risk management of P&L, creating a comprehensive 20 page monthly report of the division's financial strength.
Additionally, I managed 8 people directly and 25 people indirectly through the matrix organization. I was directly responsible for all business strategy and fortifying key business relationships. New topic generation for new events was a major task, and it was always predicated on whether the market needed an event in a particular field. Therefore, I was continually conducting market research to draw connections and parallels between different concepts, analyzing them with my team to ensure market viability.
Program Director, SuperReturn US
February 2006 — November 2011
topic generation, project management, research and design/development of finance and investment themes, formulate innovative program agendas for finance professionals based on this research, recruit speakers, internally manage project teams, build content, work on marketing strategy and execution, travel and attend events,etc
February 2006 — May 2009
As Conference Director, I was responsible for conducting in-depth market research with key industry players in varying financial services industries such as private equity, hedge funds, agriculture investment and others.
In person meetings with key personnel at general partner firms and influential pension funds, endowments and foundations were integral to the position. This led to strong relationships and ongoing relationship building with the business community.
As a conference director, I was also essentially a project manager for my entire event. I ran internal project/progress meetings, working with the direct marketing, telesales, social media, sales and event logistics team to ensure a successful event in terms of quality of participants and execution on the day.
The Graubard Group
May 2005 — February 2006
I worked as an account executive on several varying accounts, building relationships with various press to secure placement of the client in appropriate and targeted news outlets. Clients included Charity Navigator and Cancer Treatment Centers of America.
August 2004 — April 2005
Worked abroad in London post college at a variety of temp positions while travelling Europe and the United Kingdom. Positions included working in the Advertisement department at a vitamin startup called Genavita and assistant at London Clubs, the worldwide casino corporation.
Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching
CPC, Professional Coaching
Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (IPEC)
BA, History, Sociology