Devon McConnell '04

Devon McConnell '04
Investment Management
Private Equity
Wealth Management
Specialty : 
Career Transitions (Geographic, Industry)
Leadership Development
Training and Certifications: 
Columbia University Executive Coaching Program, 2014
Columbia Business School '04
Contact Info: 

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Devon McConnell works with executives and founders to accelerate growth and resilience in their work, bringing more energy, success and well-being to their lives. She is a former Fortune 100 executive with twenty years experience driving digital disruption within some of the world’s largest financial institutions and served as the Chief Marketing Officer for the Americas at BlackRock and the Head of Digital Investing at Wells Fargo. She has an MBA from Columbia Business School (‘04) and is a certified Executive Coach from Columbia University (‘14). Her clients say they appreciate her direct and action-oriented style that delivers deep insights and challenges them to stretch beyond previous limits.

Always up for an adventure, and a certified Wilderness First Responder, she has trekked thousands of miles inn-to-inn, hut-to-hut, and ultra-light solo backpacking. She is a trained counselor at San Francisco’s crisis line where she helps community members in their most vulnerable moments. A longtime writer and yoga & meditation teacher (RYT 500), she weaves mindfulness practices and narrative building into coaching, events and retreats to help clients manage stress and bring more laughter into their lives. Devon is based in San Francisco and works with clients around the world.

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