rsz_angelaAngela Arrington

Angela’s passion and work concentrates in the areas of executive coaching, strategic planning, organizational/talent development, and facilitation. For the past 17 years Angela has worked closely with organizations to assess their workforce and talent development needs, create and deliver programs that fulfill those needs and have measurable impact, and ensure that the organization’s workforce and talent development strategies are aligned with their business goals. She has worked with mid-size to large organizations in healthcare, education, retail, transportation, chemical, aerospace, construction and engineering.

Prior to establishing her consulting/coaching practice, Angela worked with Westinghouse in the areas of procurement, new business development, marketing communications and strategy development.  Angela is also the former Director of Corporate and Executive Education at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, PA where she led efforts to design and launch the Women’s Executive Leadership Program.  She continues as faculty member and executive coach for the program.

Serving as a leadership development consultant, trainer and executive coach for more than 10 years, Angela has helped numerous leaders become better communicators and strategic thinkers. She believes that every person has tremendous potential and a desire to accomplish something really important both professionally and personally. Her goal is to help each person become more self-aware, clearly establish and focus on meaningful goals and improve their effectiveness as a leader. Angela’s clients have enhanced their leadership (regardless of level), increased their positive impact on the organization they serve, and made tremendous strides in their careers, finding success on their own terms (being authentic.)

Angela holds a Bachelors of Science in Industrial Engineering from the University of Tennessee and a Masters of Science in Industrial Administration (MBA) from Carnegie Mellon University. She and her husband Michael have four children all making their mark on the world around them.