Andrea Borman-Winter runs a Leadership Development and Executive Coaching consultancy in the US. Her clients include the UN Secretariat, The International Monetary Fund, McKinsey &Co, First Rand and Lane Construction.
Andreas previous experience was as Program Director of Corporate Customised Skills at a top business school in South Africa where she consulted, designed and facilitated in company leadership programs as well as leading the MBA elective on executive coaching. Prior to this, as senior consultant with Gemini Consulting, she focused on the areas of marketing and strategy in the FMCG and telecommunications industries in the United Kingdom and South Africa.
Andrea also anchored the TV program ‘Boardroom Dancing’ (a leadership skills program) and an interfaith program on National Television in South Africa. She spent a number of years as a strategist and account manager in the Advertising industry in South Africa and the USA.
Having lived and worked in Africa, Europe, Australia and the United States, she has a good understanding of what it takes to be successful in an international, multi cultural environment.
Andrea has a BA (psychology, economics and drama) from the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. She has an MBA (cum laude) from Wits Business School, Johannesburg, and Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Chicago, where she won the gold medal as top student.
She is certified by the Newfield Network as an ontological coach, is accredited in the Myers Briggs Type Indicator and as a Lead Facilitator with Gita Bellin & Associates. In addition, she is an active learner in the fields of Dialogue and Process Work, 360 degree feedback coaching, Hay Emotional Intelligence, and Nancy Kline Creating Thinking Environments. Andrea spent the past 8 years as a board member of Soul City, a prominent Southern African health and education NGO. She is married, and has two children.