Hayden, C. J. 1956-

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HAYDEN, C. J. 1956-

PERSONAL: Born December 7, 1956, in Mt. Kisco, NY; daughter of Raphael Hannahs (an engineering research consultant) and Lucille Hayden Hannahs Lewsader (a self-employed word processor); married David Herninko (an accountant). Education: City College of San Francisco, A.A. (computer and information science; highest honors), 1980; San Francisco State University, B.A. (liberal studies and science; magna cum laude), 1986; Coaches Training Institute, certified professional and personal coach, 1995. Hobbies and other interests: Reading, hiking, needlework.

ADDRESSES: Office—Wings Business Coaching, P.O. Box 2838, San Francisco, CA 94126. Agent—Sheryl Fullerton, Sheryl Fullerton Associates, 1095 Amito Dr., Berkeley, CA 94705. E-mail—[email protected]

CAREER: Hayden Consulting, San Francisco, CA, training consultant, 1983-85; Telelearning, Inc., San Francisco, manager of collegiate administration, 1986-87; Morrison & Foerster, San Francisco, human resources database administrator, 1987-90; Winston Human Resource Solutions, San Francisco, principal and senior consultant, 1990-92; Wings Business Coaching, San Francisco, business coach and workshop leader, 1992—. Marketing and management instructor, Mills College, 1994-97; marketing instructor, John F. Kennedy University, 2000—. Entrepreneurship instructor of alumnae resources, 1993-99. Member of board of directors, International Association of Professional & Personal Coaches, 1994-95, and Professional & Personal Coaches Association, 1995-97. Executive director, Women's Economic Network, 1994-95.

MEMBER: International Coach Federation (member of credentials committee, 1997-98), San Francisco Coaches.

AWARDS, HONORS: Woman of Achievement award, San Francisco Business & Professional Women, 1993; named Master Certified Coach, International Coach Federation, 1999.

WRITINGS:

Get Clients Now! A Twenty-eight-Day Program for Professionals and Consultants, AMACOM (New York, NY), 1999.

Contributed monthly column to Bay Area Business Woman, 1993-2001; and New York Business Women's Calendar, 1996-97. Editor of column for journal of Professional & Personal Coaches Association, 1995-97; editor of newsletter for International Association of Professional & Personal Coaches and Women's Economic Network, 1994-95. Contributor of numerous articles to print and online periodicals.

WORK IN PROGRESS: Overcoming the Fear of Self-Promotion (book); research on how teachers, healers, and leaders can positively impact the world through writing, speaking, and teaching others to emulate their work.

SIDELIGHTS: C. J. Hayden told CA: "My personal mission is to empower my clients and readers to earn their living at positively changing the world with their words and ideas. My home office has a view of the Golden Gate Bridge, and I share my writing space with two cats, Info and KimChee."

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