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Jeanie Coomber

New York Meeting Facilitator

Financial Services Expertise

Jeanie brings a background as an executive for one of the largest financial services companies in the world. She has worked in both the United States and Europe and is sensitive to the challenges of working in different cultures. In addition to her experience as a facilitator, she is an accomplished Career Coach.

As the President of Transition Enterprises LLC Jeanie has worked with a wide range of clients including; KATE SPADE & CO, Lifescan a Johnson & Johnson company, Pramerica, Prudential, Merck, BASF, American Express, BlackRock, Morgan Stanley, Sanofi-Aventis, DuPont, Colgate-Palmolive, Sentinel Investments.

Jeanie holds a BA in Communications from Wilkes University and is the Past Chairwoman for the Eastern Monmouth Area Chamber of Commerce. In 2011, she was recognized by NJ Biz as one of the Best 50 Women in Business.

Jeanie Coomber

Jeanie Coomber

New York Meeting Facilitator

From Our Clients

“Over the past five or six years we have worked with Bruce more than a dozen times as a focus group moderator for our pharmaceutical and medical device clients. The clients are always impressed with how quickly Bruce picks up challenging concepts and how easily he communicates them. The high-quality feedback and insight he draws from the focus group participants is what we are all looking for. Bruce’s track record in exceeding client objectives makes me extremely comfortable recommending him to any of our clients regardless of therapeutic area.”

David Small

Vice President Events, Frontline Medical Communications, Inc.

“We wanted to find somebody unbiased, with no agenda, who could lead the retreat and pull in all points of view. Bruce did this and more. He brought some clever ways to make sure that we fully explored our ideas and he forced the discipline of setting priorities and of committing to an action plan. We have now used him three years in a row since everyone sees the value he adds and trusts his process.”

Mary Todd Peterson

CEO, Medmarc Insurance Group

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