Caroline Kim Oh is an executive coach to nonprofit leaders. She dove right into the nonprofit world after college and spent twelve years running and growing iMentor in New York City prior to coaching. Frequent speaker and advisor on a variety of nonprofit management issues, she’s also a cheerleader for all who experiment to find and tweak the optimal work-life-happiness mix. Caroline’s monthly column, That Nonprofiteer, appears on The Clyde Fitch Report.

Caroline received her Masters in Public Administration from the Robert F Wagner School of Public Service at NYU. She received training from CTI (Coaches Training Institute) and a certification in Professional CoActive Coach (CPCC) – Summer 2016

Areas I can help you:

Networking and elevator pitch
Polishing your interview skills
Finding your inner confidence

Nonprofit leadership, career transition, women, returning to workforce, career break planning, work life mix