Cheryl Green, Ph.D., MBA
Green Resource Group, LLC
301-652-4353
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Cheryl Green cuts to the chase. With years of experience in the corporate world, combined with a doctorate in psychology and an MBA, Cheryl understands the thorny challenges of leadership and management, communicates well with executives, and deftly navigates tough issues to help leaders solve business and people problems.

Thriving amid difficult situations that others shy away from, Cheryl is a skilled consultant and coach to senior executives and their teams. She is motivated by the energy and pace of the corporate environment and well-acquainted with its demands. Her coaching engagements are typically an outgrowth of broader organization development initiatives or complex situations where there are high stakes challenges for the executive or team. Cheryl is willing and able to bring sensitive issues out into the open in a constructive way, yet she confronts issues directly with the sense of urgency dictated by the business. Flexibility and creativity enable Cheryl to find unique solutions with and on behalf of her clients.

Comfortable in a variety of industry settings including entertainment, media, manufacturing, technology, and financial services, Cheryl has worked with such diverse clients as Nextel, the Smithsonian Institution, Rolls Royce, Washington Gas, CIGNA, KPMG, AOL, International Paper, PwC, and BET Networks. Cheryl is an Associate with Oliver Wyman Executive Learning Center, a global strategic leadership development company, where she has worked with senior executives from Time Warner, Coca-Cola, Exxon Mobil, Merck, Johnson & Johnson, Mercer, Novartis, Colgate-Palmolive, Amgen, and Luxottica. Before becoming an independent consultant, Cheryl was Vice President of Human Resource Development at Sodexho Marriott Services, Director of Executive Development and Organization Effectiveness at Motorola, and Associate Marketing Manager and Strategy Manager at the NutraSweet Company.

Cheryl has recently expanded her coaching practice by creating a strong national network of senior minority and majority coaches to work in organizations whose growth and success is contingent upon effectively navigating the global marketplace. The new competitive environment challenges executives to rethink the leadership paradigm to include the US and global lenses on difference and generational issues.

Cheryl earned her Ph.D. and master's degrees in psychology from Peabody College of Vanderbilt University, her MBA from the JL Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University, and her bachelor's degree in psychology from Yale University.
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