How we see what matters is how we do what we do. In nearly 20 years of coaching executives, entrepreneurs, technologists and champions for social good, I’ve seen thousands of people bring forward not just what they do, but how they do it as their unique and beautiful take on what matters in their work. Mastery of skill is foundational and your art is what you bring to that skill. For some, it’s about approach, for others it’s process, and for many it’s about something unimaginable. We each have an art to how we do what we do. Let’s celebrate it, not keep it as the secret you hold.
From executive presence to storytelling, Dia has built her career on crafting narratives for leaders in government, global brands, and Fortune 500 companies. As a speaker coach for Olympic Bids, the Clinton Global Initiative and countless pitches, leaders and solopreneurs, Dia works with what we all confront when we stand on stage; being seen. Dia believes strong storytellers are good leaders and through her practice, helps clients fearlessly raise their voices. Also a professional auctioneer, Dia aims to help women-led nonprofits match the right amount of funds to their bold missions. Dia lives in the Bay Area with her family.
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