Since founding The Next Level, Inc. in 1986, Brigid Moynahan has designed and led more than 800 corporate programs on mentoring, coaching, team building, diversity, and leadership. She has provided consultation and training to a virtual Who’s Who of Fortune 500 companies including 15 of the Diversity Inc. Top 50. She’s played a vital role as advisor to clients who have won the Catalyst Award for advancing women’s leadership such as JP Morgan Chase, Chubb & Son and Johnson & Johnson.
Brigid’s executive program for women at the Rutgers Institute for Women’s Leadership embodies best practices and pioneering methods for developing women in a cross section of industries. Through her work as an executive coach, Brigid guides clients as they strengthen their leadership, develop others and build powerful alliances that fuel growth and innovation. Her programs on microinequities have been recognized around the world and profiled by The Conference Board and the Catalyst Foundation. Her Success Circles® peer coaching methodology joins leaders together to deepen relationships, solve problems, share work challenges, overcome limitations and significantly advance their careers.
Brigid is a Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming with advanced degrees and training from Hunter College, The Graduate Center, National Training Laboratories, the Tavistock Institute, the MIT Dialogue Project, The New York Psychoanalytic Institute, and Systems Centered Training (Yvonne Agazarian). She has taught communications at The New School, City College and the New York Institute of Technology. Before founding her The Next Level, she served as an executive with Burson-Marsteller and the American Management Association.
In addition to managing her consulting business, Brigid performs solo shows, improvisation and is a successful playwright.