Professional Certified Coach – International Coach Federation
MBA – Thunderbird School of Global Management
BA – Harvard College
Called ‘The Queen of Reinvention” by Fortune magazine, former entertainment exec-turned-coach Pamela Mitchell (aka ‘Coach Pamela’) is the nation’s premier expert in reinvention.
She is the author of The 10 Laws of Career Reinvention: Essential Survival Skills for Any Economy (Penguin), a Harvard Business Review Top Shelf Recommended Pick. Her latest “book” is Mastering the Skill of Reinvention, an Audible Original top 10 bestseller.
Coach Pamela has appeared on CBS, CNN, NPR, MSNBC, and the Today Show, and been profiled and quoted in top publications including The New York Times, Businessweek, TIME, Men’s Health, and Real Simple.
As founder & CEO of TRI, I’m here to mentor you through your reinvention! I’ll share hard-earned wisdom, coaching insights, practical knowledge, and tactical strategy.
Wall Street > Entertainment > Reinvention Coach®
Cheesehead by birth, married to a Cuban, mom to two rescue kitties.
My role: As the Client Services Director for TRI, I’m here to support you in your reinvention journey! I want to ensure you have the best community experience possible!
My reinvention: Wall Street > Entrepreneur > Epic Client Services Director
My one-sentence story: Born and bred New Yorker> moved to Miami > married to an OU Sooner.
Are you producing a segment or writing an article on reinvention? Give me a call– I’m happy to help!
As the go-to expert for numerous top media outlets, I share the useful insights, practical quick-start tips and honest advice that work for coaching clients (and your audience too).
If you want to offer your audience fresh strategies for navigating professional or personal change, give me a call. Whether I’m keynoting from the stage, leading people through a breakout session, participating in a panel or guiding it as a moderator, I believe that:
Every talk should be a lively, engaging conversation.
Every participant should be inspired by insightful, powerful advice.
Everyone should walk away with practical, easy-to-implement tips they can immediately put to use.