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Amy Grossman has
created and taught courses in marketing and entrepreneurship at colleges
in New York and Boston for 15 years. She has a keen interest in fostering
entrepreneurship as a path to personal freedom and authentic expression.
Before starting her own coaching, consulting and training practice in
2002, Amy was founder and leader of a school of continuing education at a
top-tier university. She used her business knowledge and skills to turn
$100,000 in seed money into a $1 million business in three years.
Information: Amy lives in Boston ….the capital of learning. She is
married to her high school sweetheart and they still share many interests
– home renovation, visiting museums, staying fit and spending time with
family and friends. They have grown children who give them great pride and
MBA with Honors
B.F.A. with Honors
Graduate of The Coaches Training Institute
Graduate of the Institute for Management & Leadership in Education,
Harvard Graduate School of Education
Certified Teleclass Trainer
One Page Business Plan® Certified Consultant
Completed an Executive Training Program with a major retail organization
after graduating from college
Federation, Membership Committee of the New England Chapter
Business Network International, Education Coordinator of a local chapter
learning, entrepreneurship, creativity and innovation, small business
effectiveness, family and friends, art of all kinds, reading
can’t resist buying books, even though my bookcases are overflowing
Empathy, a good listener, skilled analytic and creative thinking, the
ability to make others feel safe and valued, seeing the greatness in
others and drawing it out.
don’t like to cook. I can get unorganized at times.
Independent films of all kinds. Two movies I enjoy for their coaching
spirit are “Pay it Forward” and “The Journey” (on DVD, 2001)
I read daily and have
many favorite non-fiction and business books. I recently enjoyed Blink:
The Power of Thinking without Thinking by Malcolm Gladwell
- A long marriage and
grown children who still like to spend time with family
- Juggling the time
demands of family, work and school while continuing my education
high-quality programs and businesses that last
- Clients and students
who let me know that I helped them reach their potential – usually more
than they initially thought possible
- Creating a business
plan forum for women to discuss and learn from each other’s written
- Earning tenure as an
associate professor of marketing and entrepreneurship at a Boston
- Launching a coaching
practice to inspire and be inspired by the creativity and
resourcefulness of my clients.
- Work with a personal
trainer to reclaim my “inner athlete”
Who I am: I am a
catalyst for others’ success. I have first-hand experience with business
start-ups and help navigate the natural ambiguity that comes along with
creating something new. I am a learner, mentor, coach, teacher,
cheerleader, and ever steady confidant.
What I Value Most:
An open mind, compassion, persistence, generosity, love, family,
health, and laughter
What I Value Least:
Mean-spiritedness, dishonesty, and selfishness
"I am still