Our Executive Team

Amy Elizabeth Fox

Amy Elizabeth Fox

Chief Executive Officer

Amy Elizabeth Fox is a senior leadership strategist with experience consulting to senior leadership on issues related to human capital, organizational health and leadership development. Over the past decade and a half she has spoken at numerous national industry gatherings and led workshops for corporate executives across the country in areas such as leadership communication and negotiation.

She is the Chief Executive Officer of Mobius Executive Leadership, a premier leadership development firm with offices in Boston and London. Mobius builds on the work of the Harvard Negotiation Project, which, over the last 20 years, has pioneered the development and application to the corporate context of theories and tools for negotiating, managing conflict, and building effective working relationships.

Her recent clients include: American Management Systems, Standard and Poors, Merrill Lynch, Capital One, Selective Insurance, Wachovia Inc., Royal Bank of Canada, Bank of Butterfield, Bank of Montreal, Ritchie Capital, Geller and Company, Phillips-Conoco, Johnson and Johnson Pharmaceutical, Genentech Inc., Sanofi-Aventis, PPD, Citrix Systems, Intuit, Xilinx, The New York Times Company, Cox Communications, CIT, Lexmark, Target, Gap Inc., Blue Cross Blue Shield, and KB Home. She recently taught courses for Linkage Inc., the Women’s Leadership Exchange, the Institute for Management Studies (USA), and the Canadian Centre for Management Development.

Prior to her current work, Amy was a senior trainer for Vantage Partners anchoring their corporate education delivery of Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss What Matters Most in both private and public sectors.

Earlier in her career Amy was the Director of Training and Organizational Development for Wellspace Inc., a health care start-up. Previously, she served as the Associate Director of the National Religious Partnership for the Environment, an educational initiative headed by Paul Gorman, Vice President Al Gore and Carl Sagan. She was Special Assistant to the Dean of Education, City College and Education Director of an in-patient alcohol rehabilitation hospital.

Amy is certified as an executive coach in the area of Emotional Intelligence by Hay/McBer and Associates, and as a trainer in the System for Analyzing Verbal Interaction by SAVI® Communications.

Amy is a psychotherapist who is affiliated with Cambridge Health Associates. She also serves as a Literary Scout for David Black Agency in New York City. Amy also serves on the board of Health Care Without Harm, a global environmental NGO. She received her B.A. from Wesleyan University and her master’s in Counseling Psychology from Lesley College.

Erica Ariel Fox, J.D.

Erica Ariel Fox, J.D.


Erica Ariel Fox is a Lecturer on Negotiation at Harvard Law School and Co-Founder and President of Mobius Executive Leadership. Erica is recognized internationally as a thought leader who combines the deeply human aspects of negotiation with the best practices of leadership development. Erica serves as a Senior Advisor to McKinsey Leadership Development for McKinsey & Company and has been selected as a LinkedIn Influencer. Erica’s research and teaching combine timeless wisdom, depth psychology, neuroscience, and contemplative practices with practical problem-solving advice. This creates leading-edge frameworks for negotiating complex problems, whether in running organizations or succeeding in the negotiations of daily life. Erica’s first book based on her methodology, Winning from Within™ released in September of 2013 by HarperBusiness is a New York Times best seller.

Over many years of teaching negotiation at Harvard Law School and executive development for private and public sector clients, Erica developed the Winning From Within™ Method. Winning From Within™ teaches people to negotiate effectively with themselves in order to deal successfully with other people. Erica’s work focuses on negotiation skills for leaders in three main areas: corporate education, individual development, and the common good.

Today her work with the deeper dimensions of leadership most often takes her to Fortune 500 companies, with a focus on helping senior executives to develop their leadership capabilities. For fifteen years she has taught seminars, led off-sites, offered extended leadership development programs, and given speeches globally. Erica consults to top teams as well as to emerging leaders and organizational change agents to help them shift core mindsets and behaviors towards optimized performance. She also works with public sector leaders and NGO’s to address pressing social challenges.

Erica received her undergraduate degree with honors from Princeton University. She received her law degree with honors from Harvard Law School, where she has taught negotiation since 1996.

Today Erica is actively exploring the meaning of life as a “global citizen”, living with her husband and stepson outside of Cambridge, Massachusetts, as well as outside of Amsterdam in the Netherlands. She serves on the International Advisory Board of Mediators Beyond Borders, and as Core Faculty for the American Institute of Mediation.

Alexander Kuilman

Alexander Kuilman

Executive Vice President

A Canadian living in Geneva, Alexander co-leads the European practice for Mobius. He works as an executive coach, facilitator of transformation, mediator and culture change consultant across a broad range of industries.

Alexander has worked as an external facilitator and coach with a global professional services firm for the last 12 years, serving both internal and client facing needs. Within the firm, he works as a lead facilitator for several internal leadership programs, including the Centred Leadership Program, Centred Leadership Fundamentals, and the Personal Insight Workshop. He also works as a personal coach for many members of the firm in Europe, North and South America as well as supporting a number of CSTs. Alex and his team in London also support non-firm clients working directly with CEOs and top teams to help guide them in realigning and shifting their corporate culture.

In his previous career, Alexander worked as a litigator with the Canadian national firm of Heenan & Blaikie LLC. After leaving the practice of law, Alexander was an Adjunct Professor at Université de Montréal’s HEC and lecturer at McGill University’s Law School as well as guest lecturer with the Harvard Negotiation Project’s Harvard Negotiation Insight Initiative.

Alexander earned his bachelor’s degree in economics from McGill University, his B.C.L. (civil law) from Université Laval, his L.L.B. (common law) from University of Western Ontario Law School. He is certified in Gestalt Organization and Systems Development, Kierson consulting (Executive Team Alignment), and is certified to use the suite of tools offered through the Values Center of Richard Barrett.

He is fluent in French and conversational in Spanish, and  is learning more and more Dutch.

Alexander enjoys spending as much of his spare time with his young children, Theodore and Agnès, cooking, tending to the garden, biking, hiking and skiing and traveling to Amsterdam as often as possible.

Andrea Winter

Andrea Winter


Andrea Winter brings over seventeen years of experience facilitating change in organizations. She provides individual and team coaching (including 360 degree feedback coaching) to C-suite, senior and middle executives from a variety of organizations in South Africa, Europe, the Middle East and the Americas. She is an experienced group facilitator, develops leaders as coaches; and develops facilitators. She has designed and facilitated culture change programs for clients in the finance, mining and oil & gas industries in Southern Africa, in the finance, chemicals and construction industries in the US, and in manufacturing in Europe.

Andrea runs a Leadership Development and Executive Coaching consultancy in the US. Her clients include the UN Secretariat, The International Monetary Fund, US Treasury, International Finance Corporation, The World Bank and State Street. Andrea’s previous experience was as Program Director of Corporate Customized 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 has been schooled in Nancy Kline Creating Thinking Environments, Dialogue and Process Work. Andrea spent the past 8 years as a board member of Soul City, a prominent Southern African health and education NGO.

Andrea is married and has two children.

Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler

Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler

Principal, Coaching Practice

Dr. Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler is the Director of Mobius’ Coaching Practice. She is an organizational psychologist who helps leaders make the individual and organizational shifts needed to compete successfully in an ever-changing world.

For more than two decades, Jennifer has consulted to senior executives at Fortune 500 companies, including financial and professional services, pharmaceuticals and high tech, as well as at numerous global non-profit and governmental institutions including Bank New York Mellon, Citigroup, GE Capital, Cornerstone Research, KPMG, Navigant, Abbott Laboratories, Bayer, Eli Lilly, Buzzfeed, CSC, IBM, Intel, Oxfam America, the New York City Department of Education and the United Nations.

Jennifer also serves as Adjunct Professor in the Department of Organization and Leadership at Teachers College, Columbia University, where she teaches the popular course Transforming Conflict from Within on how leaders can successfully face even the most challenging long-term conflicts. She is also an executive coach with the Program on Social Intelligence at Columbia Business School.

Earlier in her career, she was Director of Negotiation Programs at Mediation Works Incorporated, and a facilitator at the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School. In these positions, Jennifer honed a highly engaging teaching and coaching style, blending her expertise in psychology and negotiation to help her clients drive bottom-line individual and organizational results.

Jennifer is the author of the book Emotions in Long-term Conflict (2014) and is working on her next book, Transforming Conflict from Within: From Camp David to the Family Car, How to Tackle the World’s Toughest Problems. She has also authored articles and chapters in publications including Chief Learning Officer Magazine, the International Journal of Conflict Management, and The Handbook of Conflict Resolution: Theory and Practice.

She received her B.A. in Social Psychology with honors from Tufts University Ph.D. in Social-Organizational Psychology from Columbia University.