Corey Jamison brings more than 25 years of experience partnering with executives and teams around the globe to drive dramatic sustainable organizational transformation. She has worked with leaders at all levels of some of the largest brands, and offers a level of experience, acumen, partnership and courage that inspires leaders and teams toward the hard work of taking it to the next level. Corey is a world class facilitator who can turn even the most challenging teams toward shared accountability and new levels of productivity. She is a dynamic and sought-after speaker and appears frequently at professional conferences and seminars including the Organization Development Network (ODNetwork), The Conference Board, The Brookings Institution Center for Executive Education and the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD). In addition, Corey has been interviewed and Quoted by National Public Radio (NPR), Good Morning America and The New York Times.
Corey has published numerous articles on topics ranging from the impact of downsizing on work culture to sustaining momentum in organizational change process, to measuring the success of leveraging diversity and building inclusion efforts. Her work on career-life-family integration has been inspired by her role as a proud mother and stepmother to seven children. Corey received her Bachelor's degree from Vassar College in New York and her Master's degree in education from Fitchburg State College in Massachusetts. She is a currently a doctoral candidate in Psychology at Walden University.