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We have worked with leaders, managers and emerging diverse talent at the following organizations as well as with countless individual private coaching clients.
“For nearly a decade, ABFE has benefited from the expertise and partnership of Eva Montalvo. We are the happy recipients of a real “Evalution”! Eva has led the leadership coaching component of ABFE’s Connecting Leadership Fellowship Program, helping it grow into a powerhouse within the philanthropic sector. In total, more than 50 leaders have benefited directly from Eva’s unique and insightful brand of executive coaching. My recommendation: Do yourself a favor and join the “Evalution!””
Chief Operating Officer, ABFE: A Philanthropic Partnership for Black Communities
“I recently contracted with Eva on the development of a Global Women’s Strategy at Avon. Eva served as Project Manager for this very complex undertaking from the beginning through launch. We worked with over 100+ leaders and Associates spread across 6 countries in a relatively short time frame. Through out it all, Eva served as a tremendous thought partner to me and others engaged in the project. Her skill areas are quite expansive and she delivers superlative value. I’ve hired a number of consultants over the years and Eva is unquestionably one of the very best with whom I’ve had the privilege of working.”
VP, Chief Inclusion Officer, Avon Products, Inc
“ ‘What does it mean to be Eva’d?’ If you want clear and directional guidance that will unlock your greatest potential…then you need to get Eva’d. Being Eva’d means you will be guided, encouraged and challenged in ways that will enable you to face your fears, unlock your aspirations, and arise to take control of your destiny and begin to live your life to the ultimate. To be Eva’d is not for everyone: you must decide whether you want your career to be a coincidence or a career with purpose and meaning. Now that’s being Eva’d.”
Michelle D. Johnson
Associate Program Officer, Arts & Culture
The Kresge Foundation
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