Nancy Snell, CEC
Benchmark Associate & Senior Consultant
Executive, Career & Life Coach
Nancy Snell, PCC is a certified coach, consultant and seasoned professional specializing in work/business related challenges involving managing information overload, maximizing use of time for increasing productivity, improving executive functioning and developing sustainable skills for staying focused and organized in today’s world of competing priorities.
Her experience with and proven track record as a highly sought after and successful AD/HD business coach uniquely qualifies her as an expert to work with small businesses, companies and employees who are so inundated with information that overwhelm is decreasing their ability to be as productive and profitable as they are capable of being.
Drawing from many years and wide range of experience, Nancy approaches each and every client with unparalleled vision and personalized attention. She believes that wellbeingmattersand is the ultimate goal we all seek.
On the business side, Nancy is a seasoned professional. She uses her experience gained as a successful 25+ year veteran in broadcast television media buying and sales, marketing, consulting and new business development to coach other professionals every day. She has worked with clients from Grey Advertising, Clear Channel Communications, the Hearst Television Station group to the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Along with a BA degree in psychology from Syracuse University, she graduated and got her coaching training and certification from IPEC in 2004, completed the professional conference: ADDA 2005 with Drs. Hallowell and Ratey as well as the Core Essentials Program with Coach U. Nancy is currently a member of the NYC Chapter of the International Coach Federation where she served as a Board Director in 2005, a sought after AD/HD expert on national and Internet radio, contributing writer to FOCUS Magazine, Small Business Review, SPINS and Leadership Excellence magazine. She was a featured expert in January 2008 on Good Housekeeping’s premiere television series Change for Goodwhich ran on WABC-TV in NY.