Career Readiness, Emotional Intelligence, HR, Management, Teamwork, Career Transition, Work/Life balance, Employee Relations

Hoboken, NJ

Maureen, PHR, is a Human Resources professional with over 15 years of experience working in fast paced large and mid-size organizations. She has deep expertise in coaching employees, managers and executives to unlock their potential and achieve their goals. She specializes in leadership development, career readiness, career transition, work/life balance, and relationship building. Known for her ability to bring out the best in people, and her supportive but candid approach, Maureen has a reputation for helping others increase their self awareness and succeed in their roles and career. Maureen’s HR background provides her with the unique perspective of understanding what companies are seeking in prospective candidates and how to successfully navigate your career in a complex organization.

“I worked with Maureen as I transitioned into a leadership role within a the world’s largest education company. Maureen’s values-driven approach to coaching helped me to understand my core values, motivations, strengths and potential blind-spots, and how I could deliver long-term sustainable value to the business and to our people. My confidence, focus and decision making have all improved, and I would recommend working with Maureen to anyone looking for direction, confidence and support in taking their career to the next level.”


“Maureen helped manage through some challenging times. I can personally attest to her skill at helping to a number of senior leaders communicate with clarity and empathy lay off decisions, supporting both the managers and those receiving the challenging news.

Her counsel helped me better understand how to manage team members who could be valuable contributors but were in the wrong jobs as well as recognize when it was time to take action with non-performing team members.

I trusted her completely and felt like she approached each problem without ego, but only a desire to do the right thing by both the business and the people who make up that business.”