Sue Negrey, Founder and Managing Principal

Sue is a seasoned executive, consultant and coach committed to both supporting and challenging her clients to make the changes that they desire. In her variety of leadership roles, Sue has cultivated a love of client service, learning, and ultimately coaching.

Her career spans over 30 years, from managing director at Arthur Andersen to senior account executive at DigitalThink (now part of SYNNEX) to chief administrative officer for a surgical specialty medical practice. Sue has worked with clients from across the globe including Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, France, Germany, India, Japan, the United Kingdom, and Vietnam.

A lifelong learner, Sue earned her advanced certification in Executive and Organizational Coaching from Columbia University and completed the first US cohort of the Advanced Professional Program in Coaching Supervision from Oxford Brookes University. Sue completed her Masters’ of Business Administration from Villanova University and has a Bachelor of Science Degree from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, majoring in accounting and finance. Sue is a former certified public accountant.

Sue serves as an adjunct executive coach for the Executive MBA Programs at Vanderbilt University and Villanova University. Sue volunteers as an executive coach for Save the Children. Expanding the largest coaching association in the UK, Sue is the Head of Membership for the Association for Coaching’s U.S. East Region. Sue previously served on both the boards of the Columbia Coaching Learning Association and the Board of International Coach Federation’s NYC Chapter, and is an ICF Professional Certified Coach.

Other organizations that Sue has provided her leadership experiences include: The Thirty Percent Coalition, The Society of Professional Women, Philadelphia Society of People and Strategy, Pennsylvania Institute of CPAs, Women Against MS, and Rebuilding Philadelphia Together.

On a macro basis Sue was instrumental in helping to change the culture of a large, complex sales organization. She quickly established a trust bond with sales leadership and succeeded in moving the organization through the cadence of change. On a more micro level she coached selected sales teammates to be more effective in their jobs and their relationships with their co-workers. Her energy and personal commitment to the success of the assignment is exemplary.

Jim Bierman

Retired CEO, Owens & Minor

Margaret McLean Walsh

Margaret is an experienced professional coach who partners passionately with leaders and organizations to enhance strengths, imagine new possibilities and reach their goals. Her clients are ready to focus on what’s most important, dream big, and challenge themselves to ‘go for it.’  As a Chief HR Officer, she engaged and developed the talent needed to build and grow the business, coaching executives and teams through transitions, and encouraging a continuous learning culture. Her leadership experiences at The Depository Trust & Clearing Corp, Omgeo LLC, JPMorganChase, The Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and Markit N.A. inspired her coaching path.

For Margaret, it was a natural move into executive coaching, where her positive psychology approach works to uncover a client’s strengths and build on them. Clients value how her direct approach can broaden perspectives, reframe situations, and test their assumptions as they experiment with new learnings and actions.

Throughout her corporate career, she was valued for her ability to inspire a sense of purpose, possibility and organizational pride. Her C-suite experience fostered her talent for leading organizations and people through major change, while encouraging leaders to find their authentic style and engage the hearts and minds of their followers. 

Her sense of fun helps clients to keep things in perspective and see new possibilities.  She encourages leaders to build their self-awareness and capacity for personal growth and supports them as they stretch themselves. 

She qualified as an Executive Coach at the highest level at Columbia University, where she is a program faculty team member, earned an International Coach Federation Professional Coach Certification credential, a career coach certification, and is certified in the following assessments: EQ-i 2.0 Emotional Intelligence, Team EQ, EQ360, The Birkman Method®, The Hogan, Hogan 360, Team Diagnostic Survey, and NBI® thinking preferences suite.

As a continuous learner, Margaret earned MA and BS degrees from Iona College, CUNY Brooklyn College; and completed MBA coursework and professional certifications at NYU.  She’s an Oxford Brookes University Coaching Supervision Certification candidate, serves on the International Coach Federation NYC Board, Columbia Coaching Learning Association Board, and works with non-profit leaders.

Honey, Chief Play Officer

Honey is a student of the Piglet State of Mind (www.pinkpigletpuppy.org). Piglet is the deaf blind pink puppy whose positive mindset has helped him to overcome challenges. Honey employs Piglet’s philosophy, emphasizing the importance of both psychologic and physical safety in all systems that she supports. While she may seem gruff and her feedback can be fuzzy at times, she’s certainly not all bite.

Honey’s mantra:
Remember to keep much laughter in your life and love will never be far behind.

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