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Executive Coach

Hyeon-Ju is an executive coach and facilitator based in Los Angeles, with a focus on working with women and leaders of color. She believes leadership development is personal development. She supports leaders to navigate the challenges and opportunities of leadership in a way that is authentic to them and grows from their unique voice and vision.
In her pre-coaching life, she was a civil rights attorney and director of non-profit organizations, including the Asian Law Caucus in San Francisco and the American Bar Association’s Rule of Law Initiative in China. She began her career as a civil rights litigator at the U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division in Washington, D.C.
Hyeon-Ju holds a PCC (Professional Certified Coach) certification from the International Coach Federation (PCC) and is a graduate of the The Coaches Training Institute.  She has a J.D. from New York University School of Law and a B.A. in English Literature from Swarthmore College. She lives in Los Angeles.
About Hyeon-Ju’s Coaching Approach:
I believe that leadership, with all its outward-facing responsibilities, ultimately leads us inward. It is our understanding of who we are that enables us to contribute our full gifts. It is our capacity to be with all we are — our light and our shadow — that enables us to grow into our own wholeness through leadership’s pressures.
In our coaching sessions, you have space to be honest and unedited, change your mind, think and imagine freely, and be completely yourself — all necessary conditions for learning, growing, and finding your way to your best work. We will start with where you are and tailor our sessions to your internal and external landscape.
My role as a coach is to be your thought partner and honest mirror. You will be honored and accepted for being exactly who you are right now, and at the same time held to your highest vision for your growth.
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