Program Facilitators

Ije Ude

Ije coaches women to jumpstart passion projects they have been procrastinating on for months and sometimes years.  She teaches them how to use a little-known tool called Human Design to clear out the unconscious beliefs, habits and fears that are holding them back and create a plan based on their unique success blueprint.  Passion: Transformation and healing

Ije coaches women to jumpstart passion projects they have been procrastinating on for months and sometimes years.  She teaches them how to use a little-known tool called Human Design to clear out the unconscious beliefs, habits and fears that are holding them back and create a plan based on their unique success blueprint. 

Passion: Transformation and healing

Janet Frishberg has led over 100 workshops for job seekers in her previous role as a job search coach. Now, she works in technical recruiting by day and does writing, counseling and facilitation by night. She was the co-founder and a facilitator of the Female Sexuality Workshop for the Community (FemSexComm), a peer-to-peer led workshop that uses female sexuality as a lens to engage and grapple with the social forces that inform individual experience. Her non-fiction and fiction have recently been published in outlets including Literary Orphans and the SF Chronicle. She loves humans. Passion: Writing

Janet Frishberg has led over 100 workshops for job seekers in her previous role as a job search coach. Now, she works in technical recruiting by day and does writing, counseling and facilitation by night. She was the co-founder and a facilitator of the Female Sexuality Workshop for the Community (FemSexComm), a peer-to-peer led workshop that uses female sexuality as a lens to engage and grapple with the social forces that inform individual experience. Her non-fiction and fiction have recently been published in outlets including Literary Orphans and the SF Chronicle. She loves humans.

Passion: Writing

Peter Rubin

Founder of Masters of the Leap, helps brilliant yet unsatisfied 20 and 30-somethings find more freedom and adventure in their work and lives. He graduated from Stanford in 2008 with a Masters in Mechanical Engineering and went on to work at IDEO and Daylight, two leading Bay Area design firms. In 2011, a persistent feeling of “something missing” led him to take the leap and turn his passion for facilitation and coaching into a profession. Peter started as a participant in the Find Your Passion Program. His project was to take a new lover on 5-day road trip down the California coast. It was intimate and awesome! He can't wait to step into the role of facilitator this time around and support this next group in their pursuit of passion.

Founder of Masters of the Leap, helps brilliant yet unsatisfied 20 and 30-somethings find more freedom and adventure in their work and lives.

He graduated from Stanford in 2008 with a Masters in Mechanical Engineering and went on to work at IDEO and Daylight, two leading Bay Area design firms. In 2011, a persistent feeling of “something missing” led him to take the leap and turn his passion for facilitation and coaching into a profession.

Peter started as a participant in the Find Your Passion Program. His project was to take a new lover on 5-day road trip down the California coast. It was intimate and awesome! He can't wait to step into the role of facilitator this time around and support this next group in their pursuit of passion.

 

Juliana Sloane

Juliana Sloane is a coach, facilitator, and nonprofit consultant based in San Francisco. She holds a Master’s Degree in Gender Studies from Central European University and was trained as a coach at San Francisco State University. In the nonprofit sector, she has focused on supporting arts, education, and social change, including work with ScholarMatch and Voice of Witness (both founded by author Dave Eggers), as well as the acclaimed West Coast literary journal ZYZZYVA. Previously a facilitator and program coordinator for FemSexComm (Female Sexuality in the Community), Juliana's workshops explore the spaces where personal and community transformation converge. When she is not working, Juliana can be found laughing, writing, practicing Vipassana meditation, and forgetting to water a rapidly growing collection of orchids. To learn more, visit www.julianasloane.com.

Juliana Sloane is a coach, facilitator, and nonprofit consultant based in San Francisco. She holds a Master’s Degree in Gender Studies from Central European University and was trained as a coach at San Francisco State University. In the nonprofit sector, she has focused on supporting arts, education, and social change, including work with ScholarMatch and Voice of Witness (both founded by author Dave Eggers), as well as the acclaimed West Coast literary journal ZYZZYVA. Previously a facilitator and program coordinator for FemSexComm (Female Sexuality in the Community), Juliana's workshops explore the spaces where personal and community transformation converge. When she is not working, Juliana can be found laughing, writing, practicing Vipassana meditation, and forgetting to water a rapidly growing collection of orchids. To learn more, visit www.julianasloane.com.

 

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