Catherine Fox is Founder and Principal of an international consulting and coaching practice CJFox Associates to support organizations and their leaders in implementing change. She is consultant to US government and United Nations agencies and has a private coaching and focusing practice in adivition to being an instructor and executive coach for the American University Key Executive Leadership program. Retired in 2008 from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), Ms. Fox was a Senior Management Analyst for ten years and applied her institutional development expertise for another ten years in country program sectors such as urban revitalization, labor markets, and institution strengthening initiatives in Central and South America. Prior to working at the IDB, Ms. Fox was employed by UNICEF, and the World Bank.
Ms. Fox is bilingual in Spanish and English. A Johns Hopkins Fellow in Organization and Community Systems, she holds a Master’s Degree from Johns Hopkins University in Applied Behavioral Science with a concentration in organization systems. She is an accredited coach by the International Coach Federation (ICF), a graduate of Georgetown University’s Leadership Coaching Program, and accredited by The Focusing Institute as a Certified Focusing Trainer specializing in Domain Focusing. Ms. Fox is also certified to conduct The Leadership Circle Profile (TLC), Emotional and Social Competency Inventory (ESCI), Team Conversational Norms Diagnostic, (TCND), and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI).
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