Ellen Estabrook serves on the internal coaching faculty at the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), a global strategy consulting firm. Ellen works with BCG’s consulting team members from new hires to partners, helping individuals articulate clear goals, understand current mindsets, reflect on barriers to change, experiment with new behaviors, and hold themselves accountable to the change they want to see. She is passionate about serving her clients and appreciative of how much she can learn from each person.
Previously, Ellen was a Principal at BCG supporting the Consumer Practice Area. During her tenure, she led a broad range of projects including strategy setting, post-merger integration, pricing, and organizational design and enablement. Prior to BCG, she worked in Financial Services supporting clients at a hedge fund with $14B assets under management.
Ellen was trained by the Hudson Institute for Coaching, and she holds her coaching certification through the globally recognized International Coaching Federation. Ellen also received her MBA from Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and a BA from New York University.
“I’m in my happy place when…I’m laughing so hard it hurts a little surrounded by friends and family. Whether reminiscing about old memories or simply watching my young daughter figure something out, laughter is a sure sign that joy is present. I try to live my life with joy at the forefront. Some times are more challenging than others…”