She works with leaders to maximize their interpersonal effectiveness, develop the skill-sets to resolve conflict, and become impactful communicators.
Ann was a Chief Resident in Psychiatry at Cornell University Medical Center, and completed a medical cross-specialty Consultation-Liaison Fellowship at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York.
She is an executive coach with the Eckerd College branch of the Center for Creative Leadership, ranked No. 8 internationally in the 2013 Financial Times survey of executive education. Through CCL’s flagship Leadership Development Program, Ann works with Fortune 500 company executives to hone their communication and interpersonal skills.
As an executive coach and physician, she is uniquely trained to help healthcare executives develop the leadership capabilities needed to guide and grow their organizations. Her expertise in this setting is the basis of her proprietary development program, Communication and Conflict for Healthcare Leaders™.
Ann is the senior consultant for the Physician Executive Leadership Program at the James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital in Tampa, FL, and is Co-Principal Investigator for their physician leadership research project. She sits on the USF Women’s Health Collaborative Advisory Board, which exists to promote collaboration and faculty development across USF Health.
Ann also partners with the MBA Leadership Coaching Program at the University of Tampa, and is on the Governing Board of the International Coach Federation – Tampa Bay.
Her other specialty area is coaching high-achieving women. Ann helps them build strong communication lines in their key relationships, and create the work-life balance they want. She has worked with women from many industries, including medicine, law, finance, banking, media, fashion, and entertainment.