Caroline, a former executive director herself, partners with nonprofit executive directors and aspiring leaders to provide confidential and one-on-one coaching programs, highly customized for each client.
Caroline helps her clients leverage their natural strengths, navigate complex challenges, and overcome their fears to become confident, authentic leaders.
Prior to coaching, Caroline worked for more than 12 years with iMentor, serving as its first director of programs, before becoming the executive director and then president. During her tenure, Caroline helped steer iMentor from a startup pilot phase to national expansion and rapid growth.
Under her leadership, iMentor’s budget grew from $350,000 to more than $10 million, mentor / mentee pairs increased from 180 to 2,600 annually, and the staff grew from four to more than 80 full-time employees.
Caroline is a frequent speaker and advisor on the issues of board development, fundraising, volunteer management, and staff development. As a mother of two young children and a nonprofit leader, Caroline has firsthand experience juggling multiple priorities and responsibilities. Caroline is a passionate advocate and ally for professionals who want to excel in their careers AND live their lives to the fullest.
Caroline received her B.A. from Cornell University and M.P.A. from New York University’s Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service.
Caroline’s monthly column, That Nonprofiteer, appears on The Clyde Fitch Report. http://www.clydefitchreport.com/author/caroline-kim-oh/