Jen Zobel Bieber specializes in helping dynamic individuals make career and life transitions, accomplish long-held goals, and chart new courses with confidence and joy. As a certified personal coach, she works closely with clients eager to launch bold projects, break barriers, and strike out on their own. Jen takes a special interest in working with high-achievers, who tend to face unique challenges when it comes to fear, pressure, self-expectations, and the expectations of others. In recognizing this, Jen helps her clients attain a level of personal fulfillment that rivals their public achievements.

From her boutique private practice based in the New York metro area, Jen has worked with hundreds of clients nationally and internationally. She has been featured in The New York Times, The Financial Times, and Smart Money. Her work has also been spotlighted on The Today Show and WNBC News.

Jen’s firsthand experience speaks to the interests, needs, and aspirations of clients who are looking to carve a path outside the straight-and-narrow. Prior to establishing herself as a personal coach, Jen worked for nearly ten years in the film and television industry for ABC, NY1, PBS, HBO/The Sopranos, MSNBC, and A&E. While field producing news and documentaries, she challenged her resourcefulness, honed her listening skills, and developed a deep appreciation for the privilege of being invited into other people’s lives. Jen earned her degree in psychology from Columbia University, where she graduated as valedictorian of her college class, and received her coaching certification from New York University.

She recognizes the dual sides that transition affords – both the incredible challenges and the incredible opportunities – and empowers her clients to define their goals and reach them.

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