Jerry Colonna

“The best way to overcome the inevitable loneliness of life at the top may be to connect and mindfully attend to the process that’s already underway – the unconscious sharing that undergirds every relationship.”

Jerry Colonna

Founder, CEO, Coach / @jerrycolonna

Jerry Colonna is an executive coach who uses the skills he learned as a venture capitalist to help entrepreneurs. He draws on his wide variety of experiences to help clients design a more conscious life and make needed changes to their career to improve their performance and satisfaction. (Read Jerry’s thoughts on coaching & speaking here.) Previously he was a partner with JPMorgan Partners (JPMP), the private­ equity arm of JP Morgan Chase. He joined JPMP from Flatiron Partners, which he launched 1996 with partner, Fred Wilson. Flatiron became one of the most successful, early­stage investment programs in the New York City area. At Flatiron, Jerry was responsible for a wide range of the firm’s investments including Geocities Inc., Gamesville Inc., Vertical One Inc., and The New York Times Digital.

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Ali Schultz

Founder, COO, Coach / @manifestcookies

Ali is a coach, artist and COO of Reboot.io. Her superpower is getting her clients (and her coach friends) to tap into their innermost being, their source of creativity and innovation, in order to bear the rigors of work/life existential challenges. Ali has been managing operations, projects and human resources at startups for over 9 years. She draws on this experience to develop organizational strategy and internal operational systems to transform client’s visions to reality. Ali co-founded Reboot.io and The CEO Bootcamp to empower people to reconnect to their truest selves, transforming workplaces from the inside out. Ali holds a Masters degree in religious studies from CU Boulder.

Ali Schultz

“To be fully human in a digital age is the key to conscious startups. There is a better way to be at work in which we’re connected to our truest selves and lit up with a sense of joy. I call it ‘business unusual,’ where our work flows with ease, not stress, in accordance with our inner wisdom. There’s an ache for this in the workplace today.”

Dan Putt

“Helping others find the opportunity – for joy, excitement, beauty – and growth within the wild roller coaster ride of entrepreneurship fuels my passion for this work. After all, the goal isn’t to avoid the bumps, it’s to keep our eyes open and our hands up.”

Dan Putt

Founder, CPO, Coach / @danputt

Dan Putt is an entrepreneur and Chief Product Officer for Reboot.io. As a four time founder, Dan understands the ups, downs and terrifying free falls that accompany the startup life. Dan strives to help others bring their best, most full self to every moment. He believes that on the roller coaster ride of entrepreneurship, the goal is not to avoid the bumps, it’s to keep our eyes open and our hands up. Dan holds a degree in marketing from Ohio State University and will complete his coach training to become an ICF certified coach in 2015. Read more.

Khalid Halim

Founder, CFO, Coach / @khalidhalim

Khalid is a certified professional coach Reboot.io. Clients praise Khalid’s insight and empathy, as well as his ability to transform complicated webs of story into simple strings of actionable steps. He works with founders and leadership teams looking to move through change and growth purposefully. His guiding purpose is to empower the people who will build the organizations he wants to see in the world his children will grow up in. Khalid has over ten years experience working in startups, both as a founder and turnaround CEO.

Khalid Halim

“There is fundamental shift happening in the way people view work. It’s not just a job or a paycheck anymore. Our work is the expression of our natural gifts intersecting with the needs of the world. This is the purest realization of human potential.”

Vincent Horn

“We are all nodes in the network of conscious beings. We entrepreneurs have a unique opportunity to reprogram our minds, awaken our hearts, and reboot the world for the better.”

Vincent Horn

Mindfulness Coach & Facilitator / @vincenthorn

Vincent Horn is a mind hacker & buddhist geek. In 2006 he co-founded Buddhist Geeks, a media project which has gone on to become one of the most important venues for exploring Buddhist thought & practice in the 21st century. Vincent’s work has been featured on the pages of the Los Angeles Times, The Guardian, Fast Company, Entrepreneur, and The Atlantic. He has been referred to as one of the “power players of the mindfulness movement” by Wired magazine and was honored to be part of Wired UK’s “Smart List 2012: 50 people who will change the world.” Along with his wife and creative partner Emily Horn, he makes his home in Asheville, North Carolina—that is until the distinction between atoms and bits dissolves completely.

Andy Crissinger

Coach & Facilitator / @andycrissinger

Andy is a coach, learning and development professional, and our PEER group facilitator. He has experience as an educator, pastor, Chief Coaching Officer for a startup and as an instructional designer crafting courseware for Fortune 500 companies. Andy’s extensive background is powerful bedrock for leading our PEER groups. Andy believes the best facilitators are servant leaders, and he approaches the work with gentleness and curiosity. He loves finding that one question that will break open the discussion and then getting the hell out of the way while the magic happens. Andy holds a Master of Arts in Teaching, is working to complete his MA in Theological Studies and is a Certified Professional Life Coach.

Andy Crissinger

“I am passionate about recovering the lost art of listening well. In this culture of “telling” we are driven to make assertions, give opinions, and push messages. Yet humble inquiry is the gateway to true learning. And listening well to another human being is a sacred gift–one that can help bring about transformation in our relationships and in our organizations.”

Jim Marsden

“When we’re facing challenges that appear oppressive to our spirit, or thwart our will to achieve, we come to a threshold that, if crossed, can usher us into a new way of seeing ourselves and the world around us. We gain a new stance that we couldn’t think our way into. Leaning into these crossings is to lean into our emerging leadership and humanity.”

Jim Marsden

Coach & Facilitator / @jamarsden

Intensely interested in the human experience, Jim guides individuals and organizations through transitions while stepping more fully into their lives. He’s keen to help entrepreneurs and start-up organizations discover their own authentic expression of leadership and the meaningful contributions that come from it. Jim has extensive cross-cultural experience and has worked in settings around the globe. As a speaker and workshop facilitator, he is engaging on topics of leadership, innovation, design thinking and transformative change and has presented in a variety of gatherings and venues including MIT, Yale University, Michigan State University, Berkeley’s Haas School of Business and a variety of community and professional settings.

Jim is a Senior Fellow of the Presencing Institute, offering training and assistance in the application of Theory U – a methodology of transformative change. He is also a teacher of Authentic Leadership and advisor for the new Authentic Leadership Center at Naropa University. Jim has led programs for and is a former governing council member for the Authentic Leadership in Action Institute, is an advisor to Michigan State University’s Doctor of Educational Leadership program, has been a guide with the Animas Valley Institute for over 10 years, and currently co-guides the annual quest for Naropa’s Masters in Wilderness Therapy candidates.

 

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