CHICAGO (August 31, 2017) – Mary Herrmann, Bravanti’s managing director of Global Executive Coaching, has been selected as a member of the International Women’s Forum (IWF). The IWF was founded in 1982 and is comprised of more than 6,000 dynamic women leaders across six continents in 74 local forums representing 33 nations. The organization is dedicated to developing women’s executive leadership around the world.
As a global practice leader for Bravanti, Herrmann leads a team of professional coaches in the United States and abroad, focusing on helping organizations drive change and deliver results through proven best practices in leadership and executive team development. She has more than 25 years of experience consulting with organizations around the world in areas of executive coaching, leadership development, and team development. Herrmann has refined her own unique style of authentic, results-driven coaching and advising from working with C-level executives and boards of directors in a variety of industries, including many Fortune 500 companies such as BP, McDonald’s Corporation, Coca-Cola Enterprises, Walgreen’s, and other leading brands.
“I’ve long admired the IWF and its mission, and I’m thrilled to be selected as a member of this esteemed organization,” said Herrmann. “I look forward to working with the group and my fellow members to advance the cause of women’s empowerment and leadership across the globe.”
About the International Women’s Forum
The IWF brings together a global membership to exchange ideas, to learn, inspire, and to build better leadership for a changing world. This vision is realized through global conferences, training and mentoring programs and our networks of global forums. There is no other organization in the world that continually convenes such an extraordinary network of women leaders, provides exposure and access to such a broad and diverse audience of female decision-makers, while delivering cutting edge programs that explore topics impacting international progress, business, economics, ecology and enterprise.