Gina Paigen, PCC, CPCC, CNTC, is a professional coach, consultant, and facilitator passionate about empowering individuals, teams, and organizations to find a deeper sense of purpose and achieve higher levels of creativity, engagement, and inspired action.
She brings a wealth of diverse knowledge and experience in executive coaching, leadership, mindfulness, diversity, equity and inclusion work, business development, team and culture building, strategic planning, entrepreneurship, neuroscience, creative studies, and the arts.
Gina’s experience with a wide range of clients, from Ugandan humanitarian aid workers and Iraqi immigrants to World Bank executives has given her a true appreciation for the value diversity can bring to an organization. As part of her commitment to multicultural work, she had the honor of designing and facilitating the Blue Sky project, bringing Israeli and Palestinian women together in dialogue.
Gina has worked with NGOs and for-profit and nonprofit organizations, from high-tech, biotech and academia, to agriculture and construction. Gina’s list of credits includes work with UNICEF, UNHCR, Eli Lilly, MIT/Sloan, Allegiant Airlines, The Jackson Lab, The World Bank, The Royal Bank of Canada, Plato’s Closet, and The Creative Problem-Solving Institute (CPSI).
Gina holds three professional ICF accredited coaching certifications, including one in neuroscience and coaching. She is a certified practitioner of the Leadership Circle Profile™, FourSight, and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. She has completed the Coaches Training Institute’s intensive Leadership and Leadership Way programs, and she has trained in the field of creative studies. Gina is a dynamic presenter, a TEDx speaker, and she has been published in The Huffington Post.