Corry Klein

Relocation & Career Coach

Me in eight words
Passionate | Partner-in-Crime | Skier | World Traveler | Impetuous | Cheerleader | Sensitive | Foodie

Career so far…
I have spent more than 30 years in Finance (yikes!), a good bit of which has been spent in training rooms around the world teaching bankers, fund managers and others the art of analysing companies.

While I continue to do this on a part-time basis, a few years ago I followed a different passion and trained to be a Co-Active Coach.  I now work with The Reinvention Institute doing the same thing for others as I did myself – finding their passion and changing the shape of their lives and careers.

My other love is to help people to integrate into their new communities following a move – perhaps because I have done it so many times and also because it can be another form of reinvention.

Personally
I met my mad Scottish husband while doing a semester abroad in Germany and my life has never been the same.

I live my life attempting to balance my cancerian need for nesting with my perpetually itchy feet and I sometimes even get it right.  I laugh as I write this given that I have lived in Chicago, Phoenix, Los Angeles, New York, Sao Paulo, London, Hong Kong, and Lausanne, and why we currently live between London and the French Alps.  It just goes to show that a sense of grounding is a state of mind and not a physical thing!

I find great joy in art, my family and friends, helping others, finding community even in the smallest of ways, skiing, running, hiking, reading, trying interesting new food and wine, and exploring new cultures.

Qualifications
I have a BS in Business Administration (Finance) from Valparaiso University, an MBA (Finance) from Thunderbird School of Global Management, and I am a Chartered Financial A analyst (CFA) charterholder.  I am also a Co-Active Coach (CTI).

If you’re looking for a coach and any of this speaks to you, then please contact me as I would love to have a conversation!

You can find me at www.corryklein.com

 

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