Kristen Kosinski is a Certified Professional Coach and consultant. She partners with leaders from corporate executives to solopreneurs across industries including the nonprofit and ngo sectors to support them in clarifying, magnifying and realizing their goals.
Kosinski is the founder of The Samburu Project, a grassroots nonprofit organization that has provided clean, safe drinking water as a foundation to community development in northern Kenya since 2005. In its first 13 years, The Samburu Project has drilled over 100 wells providing water to over 100,000 people. Beyond water, the organization supported agricultural, education and women's empowerment project under her leadership.
A graduate of Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching and an International Coach Federation Professional Certified Coach, Kosinski works with clients both one-on-one and in teams or groups utilizing the Core Energy Coaching™ approach. She also brings in the Invisible Warfare work of Mona Miller, her longtime teacher & coach, which offers a process that cuts through mental constructs and goes directly to the emotional root, saving a tremendous amount of time, creating understanding and sparking insights that allow for swift forward movement. Kosinski is committed to ongoing personal and professional development.
Kosinski was also an Executive at Paramount Network Television in Hollywood. And, upon graduating from Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Speech Communication, Kosinski taught elementary school in Houston and Los Angeles through Teach for America.