Kathleen White, a Mobius Executive Coach, is a leadership development consultant and executive coach specializing in individual role and organizational team development. She practices individual role development through executive coaching. Her organizational development work is carried out in teams designed to focus on balancing the dynamics experienced in the workplace with understanding in order to achieve individual, team and business
Recently, Dr. White’s consulting career has focused on executive coaching, particularly executive role transitions in several organizations, including the most recent: TEVA Pharmaceuticals, Israel; The Pulitzer Foundation, St. Louis; American Express, NY; Goldman Sachs & Co., NY; New York Stock Exchange; Hewlett Packard, CA; Morgan Stanley, NY; The Tavistock Institute, London; State University of NY Medical Center; the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, NY (ASCAP); The Metropolitan Police, London; The Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services, NY; Bishop Partners Executive Search, NY; State Farm Insurance Companies, IL; Joint Center for Political and Economic Development, DC; Merck & Co., Inc., NJ; Portin Parker Consulting, Inc., Greenwich, CT and Mojave Therapeutics Manufactures, NY.
In addition, Dr. White is the senior leadership development core faculty, Annie E. Casey Foundation Children and Family Fellowship Program, Baltimore, MD.
Using action learning methods to optimize the effectiveness of change initiatives and collaborative efforts, Dr. White has consulted to multi-cultural, multi-national, and diverse groups and organizations including the most recent: SUNY Downstate College of Medicine, NY; The Women’s Prison Assn.; Schmitt, Bishop, Tolette, Inc., NY; The State Department of Mental Health, Hartford, CT; The Connecticut Department of Mental Health; Dewe Rogerson Communications, Inc., NY; Wang Communications, NY; Osborn Communications, NY; The Committee of Friends, PA; Turner Design, NY; The Door, NY; The Center for Management, Institute for Living, CT; Neighborhood Defender Services, VERA Institute of Justice, NY; and the New York University School of Law.
Along with her consulting work, Dr. White holds leadership positions in academic and professional organizations. She is a founding member and past Director of the Program in Organizational Development and Consultation at the William Alanson White Institute. Her Board memberships include the A.K.Rice Institute for the Study of Groups and Organizations where she is a Fellow, the International Society for the Psychoanalytic Study of Organizations
where she is a fellow, and the William Alanson White Psychoanalytic Society. Dr. White is a fellow of the Australian Institute of Socio-Analysis and member of the Board of Review, Tavistock Institute, London.
Dr. White received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from New York University.