Jackie Bsharah is a goals-oriented, results-focused executive coach, with a proven track record of helping clients achieve desired, sustained change.
She integrates her knowledge of leadership, adult learning and development and systems theories with practical application to help individuals, teams and organizations develop more productive and effective mindsets. A wide-range of organizations have benefited from her expertise and knowledge including: the National Institute of Heath, Human Intelligence Training-Joint Center of Excellence, the U.S. Department of Education, the Food and Drug Administration, the city of San Francisco, OTR Wheel Engineering, CHANGE, Inc., Kentucky Education Association, Red Wiggler Community Farms, and ASCD.
Before becoming a coach and consultant, Jackie worked at The Associated Press covering national and international news for nearly 20 years. As a broadcast journalist, she covered the stories that have shaped our nation including the September Eleventh Attacks for which she and the rest of the news team were awarded the prestigious Edward R. Murrow Award. Her ability to develop others and leadership abilities resulted in her promotion to Executive Producer of the Radio/Audio Division at The Associated Press. As executive producer, Jackie was responsible for implementing programs and protocols for leadership development, talent and performance management, employee assessment and quality control. During the tenure of her leadership, the division won two more Edward R. Murrow Awards for outstanding news coverage.
Jackie is a Ph.D. candidate in Human and Organization Development from Fielding Graduate University. She has a Master of Science in Organization Development from American University and a Master of Arts in Human and Organization Development from Fielding Graduate University. She is also credentialed by the renowned International Coaching Federation for executive coaching.