Executive coach. Philanthropist. Corporate leadership thought partner.
Eliese has been empowering multinational corporate leaders, entrepreneurs, and executing “first ever” initiatives for over three decades. She is a trusted partner to some of the world’s most high-profile brands and executives, leveraging her peerless expertise in revenue generation, process and project management, product sourcing, talent management, diversity, equity, and inclusion. She is well known for her ability to improve infrastructure and operations by responsibly leveraging technology in new, and innovative ways. She focuses on building strong teams and nurturing innovative corporate cultures that share her passion, energy, and enthusiasm. She understands the impact her role has on all levels of a business’ ability to function, and she takes that role very seriously. As a corporate thought partner, Eliese has been involved in and led large scale global decision making processes for some of the world’s most recognized companies - including The General Electric Company, were she began her career as a trainee in the Financial Management Program (FMP) at GE Lighting, which was headquartered in her hometown of East Cleveland, Ohio.
Eliese earned her MBA from the University of Virginia Darden School of Business, and holds a bachelor’s degree from Cornell University. Eliese is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP.) Her coaching certifications include: PCC (ICF) and CPCC (CTI). She also holds certifications as an MBTI, CPI260, DiSC, TKi, FIRO, and EiQ practitioner.
When she’s not in the office or with clients, Eliese enjoys serving as President for both the Cedar Grove Community Association and the Town Creek Neighborhood Association, Director of Finance for Claudette's_Kids_Foundation, and as Treasurer for both the Tau Epsilon Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated and The Twenty Pearls Foundation, Incorporated.
Eliese resides in the City of South Fulton, Georgia.