Julie Cullinane
 
 

Julie Cullinane, MBA, PCC

PARTNER (US-West Coast)

julie@globalreachleadership.com

Julie is an executive coach, leadership consultant and facilitator who is passionate about helping leaders determine the impact they want to have and achieve their goals. She has over 20 years of experience helping guide individual and organizational transformations at Fortune 1000 companies in a variety of industries including biotechnology, high technology, healthcare, retail, financial services, and consumer packaged goods. 

Julie believes that there are many facets to being a successful leader, including self-awareness, self-confidence, passion, authenticity, creative thinking, developing relationships, asking good questions and getting results. She helps her clients be thoughtful and deliberate about their leadership brand and contribution, providing just the right balance of challenge and support to help create breakthrough growth.

In her coaching work, Julie has worked with leaders ranging from new managers to CEO’s across a variety of functions, including Operations, Manufacturing, R&D, Product Development, Legal, IT, HR and Marketing. She partners with her clients both to identify and maximize strengths, as well as to uncover blind spots and barriers that prevent them from achieving their goals.
 

Education

Prior to her career in leadership development and coaching, Julie was a Managing Consultant at Towers Perrin (now Willis Towers Watson). She has also held in-house leadership roles at Kaiser Permanente, California State Automobile Association and Pitney Bowes. Julie earned her MBA from the The Anderson School at UCLA and received her coaching training at New Ventures West. She is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coaching Federation.

 

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Super Power

Has an incredible memory for 1980s band names and song lyrics

Motto

I would much rather regret the things I did than the things I didn’t do.

Giving Back

Glide Foundation, Empowering Women and Girls, Marin Humane Society, Keep Lake Tahoe Blue