Wendy Perrotti, is a coach, speaker and trainer with over 25 years experience in helping individuals and groups nationwide to affect change in themselves and others.
A thought leader in metacognition and communication strategy, Wendy’s unique approach to coaching hones in on the relationships between thought, language and action as the linchpin to professional success and personal fulfillment.
Combining her work and study in psychology, communications, and neuroscience with a passion for growth through exploration, humor, and creativity, Wendy’s easy demeanor and focused listening allow her clients to move past barriers and tap into insights, reach their goals and forge new paths.
Wendy’s focus on leadership training, corporate messaging, public relations and communication spans over two decades in the private and public sectors. As a National Disaster Spokesperson and Public Information Officer for the American Red Cross, she has worked with national and local media across the country during some of the country’s most severe natural and man-made disasters. Wendy has facilitated large public forums during times of emotional upheaval and loss.
In addition to co-founding The Energy Initiative, Wendy is the Founder of LIVE BIG, a coaching and consulting company working with professional and entrepreneurial women who are ready to transform their lives, careers, and businesses. She is the author of the forthcoming book, Reclaiming Muchness – Tap Into a Life Filled with Confidence, Courage and Connection.
Education, Certifications and Professional Affiliations:
- BA in Psychology from the University of Connecticut
- ACC - International Coach Federation
- CPC, Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching
- Past Executive Officer, Board of Directors - International Coach Federation – CT
- Curriculum Advisor/Adjunct Instructor in Coaching - The Graduate Institute
- Certified MasterTrainer/Stress Management - OASIS
- Energy Leadership Index Master Practitioner.
- Certified, Neethling Brain Instrument
- Member, Institute of Coaching Professional Association, McLean Hospital (a Harvard Medical School affiliate)