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Meet Sarah

Coaching with Sarah

Industry expertise:

  • Fashion

  • Finance

  • Non-Profit

  • Medical

  • Religious/Church/Ministry​

Works most often with:

  • Leadership Development & Rising Executive (Increasing span and responsibility)

  • Team Development

  • Female Leaders

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Sarah's Bio

Sarah Evers understands that your ability to lead well is mission-critical. She’s led teams worldwide and knows firsthand that organizations only succeed to the degree that their leaders feel empowered to act decisively. Whether leading through the quickly changing circumstances of headline-making catastrophes, or the mind-numbing repetition of the daily grind, Sarah brings the insight and support you need to level up your game. Through years of leading nonprofit and entrepreneurial start-up ventures, she learned how to get the best out of a team, even with limited resources.


As a Coach, Sarah brings humor and authenticity to create a safe place for her clients to reach long-lasting, transformational change.

  • Client Work: Sarah worked with leaders or teams at global organizations including Morgan Stanley, Nielsen, KPMG, and Accenture; at US based organizations like Randall Reilly, AmeriHealth Caritas, and Spirion; in fashion houses Prada, Thakoon, and Costello Tagliapietra, and with fast fashion firms H&M and Old Navy. Her non-profit work includes teams and individuals in the New York City Housing Authority, Theatre for Humanity NY, Church of the City New York, and the Hoboken Board of Education.

  • Professional Expertise: Sarah is credentialed by the International Coach Federation. She is a certified Career Coach, Emotional Intelligence consultant, Strengths-based Leadership Consultant, Hogan consultant, and Highlands Ability Battery consultant.

  • Approach: Combining empathy, authenticity, and wit, Sarah’s humor is disarming and relatable for her clients. She has keen insight into personal and team development, healthy team functioning, leading cross-functionally, and training direct reports, as well as job search and career transitions.

  • People and the Bottom Line: Through corporate coaching, entrepreneurial work, and nonprofit leadership, she’s learned that organizational problems are often, at heart, people problems. Repercussions from organizational decisions hit people hard, and that affects the bottom line. To minimize expenses and maximize ROI, the people quotient must be addressed. ​

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