Eileen is the founder of Central Park Executive Coaching. She is coaching C-suite executives and senior leaders in corporations and services firms, as well as early-in-career associates. Current engagements include coaching in the areas of on-boarding, leadership, and group coaching facilitation. She is also providing HR advisory services to small and mid-size companies, providing expertise in organization design, talent acquisition and succession planning.
Eileen brings over 25 years of experience leading HR and Talent Management teams in large global companies, with an expertise in Executive Coaching, Talent Acquisition, Talent Assessments, Leadership Development, Organizational Design and Effectiveness, Performance Management, Succession Planning, Diversity and Inclusion initiatives, Change Management, Employee Engagement strategies and developing early-in-career management programs.
Eileen was most recently the Senior Vice President of Talent Acquisition and Development at Compass Group, NA; the sixth largest employer in the world. At Compass Group, Eileen coached senior executives in food services and healthcare businesses, oversaw the recruitment of over 10,000 professionals a year, redesigned the succession management and performance management processes and transformed the approach to learning and leadership development.
Formerly, Eileen worked for Pitney Bowes and Citibank, where she held a multitude of roles as Vice President of Human Resources. In each role, Eileen successfully coached senior executives and managed coaching programs with third party providers. Her experience in a variety of industries, combined with her functional expertise in talent management and reputation for being a strong business partner, distinguish Eileen as a coach.
Eileen is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and has completed the Advanced Levels of the Columbia University Executive Coaching Certification Program. She is certified in a variety of talent assessment tools. She resides in Stamford, CT and New York City where she sits on several non-profit boards supporting the community in the areas of civil rights, social services and public education.