• Cindy Keaveney

    Executive Coach & Organizational Consultant

    A leading business and human capital executive, Cindy specializesin building, transforming, and growing organizations in complex, changing environments. Her 30+ year career journey includes leadership positions in four global corporations, during which she unleashed her passion for the potential and development of leaders.

    Before entering the executive coaching field, Cindy held numerous global leadership positions in business and human resources, giving her a unique perspective on the intersection of talent and organizational success. Most recently, she served as Chief People Officer for the world’s largest staffing organization, Randstad, overseeing its global businesses. Before that, Cindy was the Executive VicePresident of the Global Human Capital Consulting practice at Aon, responsible for profit and loss management in the US and design and delivery of global client solutions.

    Cindy believes in the power of awareness and choice andembeds that framework into her practice as an executive coach and organizational consultant. She leverages her extensive experience building
    high-performing teams, assisting organizations with the selection, hiring, and development of global executives, and coaching C-suite leaders and executive teams in leadership effectiveness and organizational excellence.

    Cindy holds a Master of Science in Organizational Dynamics anda certificate in Executive Coaching and Organizational Consulting from the University of Pennsylvania. She has a bachelor’s degree from the University of New Hampshire. In addition, she completed several programs and certifications, including Aon’s Global Executive Leadership Program at Northwestern University and the Human Resources Executive Development Program at Cornell University, and is a Certified Professional in Managing Workplace Conflict.

    Cindy is a member of the Board of Directors of the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House, serving on the Executive Committee and as Human Resources Committee chair. She also is on the Board of Directors of the Pathway School, which teaches students who learn differently – most of whom are on the autism spectrum.

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