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Kristin Asadourian is a leadership coach best known for activating the purpose and wisdom from within her clients.  She understands the importance of authenticity and courage on the path to becoming inspired and mindful leaders. Kristin believes bold actions generated by energized leaders with compassionate and open-hearts bring change. She helps her clients create an action plan to move them into values-based leadership, accomplishing their goals and living fulfilled.

Kristin’s coaching practice is strongly influenced by her work in the public sector as a Senior Field Deputy for Los Angeles City Councilmember Wendy Greuel and her work with Boston City Councilor Michael Flaherty.  She is the founder of the not for profit Artists for Change, which brings arts education to elementary-age children in Los Angeles and the documentary film company, Seeroon Productions. She formed the internationally recognized production company that produced the honored film “Beginning Where the Soviet Ends: A Study of Social Work in Armenia.”  Her years as a television and documentary film producer also greatly impact her practice. Kristin learned by interviewing several celebrities during her tenure at E! Entertainment Television that people, famous and not so famous are motivated to generate a positive impact on their communities. A natural speaker and storyteller, she uses her experiences to generate connection and laughter while guiding her audiences to become leaders and changemakers.

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Kristin Asadourian is a leadership coach best known for activating the purpose and wisdom from within her clients.  She understands the importance of authenticity and courage on the path to becoming inspired and mindful leaders. Kristin believes bold actions generated by energized leaders with compassionate and open-hearts bring change. She helps her clients create an action plan to move them into values-based leadership, accomplishing their goals and living fulfilled.

Kristin’s coaching practice is strongly influenced by her work in the public sector as a Senior Field Deputy for Los Angeles City Councilmember Wendy Greuel and her work with Boston City Councilor Michael Flaherty.  She is the founder of the not for profit Artists for Change, which brings arts education to elementary-age children in Los Angeles and the documentary film company, Seeroon Productions. She formed the internationally recognized production company that produced the honored film “Beginning Where the Soviet Ends: A Study of Social Work in Armenia.”  Her years as a television and documentary film producer also greatly impact her practice. Kristin learned by interviewing several celebrities during her tenure at E! Entertainment Television that people, famous and not so famous are motivated to generate a positive impact on their communities. A natural speaker and storyteller, she uses her experiences to generate connection and laughter while guiding her audiences to become leaders and changemakers.

Kristin leads workshops for adults and young people along with webinars and live talks.  Her curriculum focuses on developing the whole person by building self-awareness and self-confidence.  She is currently teaching her BECOME (Bold, Energize, Compassionate, Open-hearted, Mindful, Education) curriculum in Massachusetts and looks forward to growing its reach.

Kristin earned her bachelor's degree in sociology and multicultural relations from the University of Connecticut and master's degree in social work from the University of Connecticut School of Social Work. She received her co-active life coaching credential from the Coaches Training Institute and continues to be an active learner in order to be a better coach, mom, and human.

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Email: Kristin@KACoach.com

Phone: 857.529.9296

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