MARGIE ZOHN is a highly creative and perceptive facilitator and leadership coach. For the last 16 years, she has designed and delivered innovative leadership development and executive coaching worldwide. With the Ariel Group, Margie has worked with clients including American Express, Capital One, GE, Time Warner, Revlon, Novartis, Google,  and Deloitte and Touche, and she has presented at Executive Education Programs including Harvard, Columbia, MIT, Simmons, UVA, Northwestern and IMD in Switzerland. Margie has guest-lectured and conducted residencies at MIT, Boston University, Brown University, Emerson College and Suffolk University. In 2009 she was engaged by the University of Porto, Portugal to train their entire engineering faculty in order to positively impact the performance of their students.

In the non-profit sector, Margie has served organizational leaders from City Year, Teach For America, The Boston Neighborhood Network, Courage and Renewal Northeast and The Samaritans. She serves on the Board of Advisors for Journey To Safety, a domestic abuse program of Jewish Family and Children's Services.

As a professional actor, Margie has performed roles ranging from musical comedy to Shakespeare. A playwright as well as a performer, Margie recently wrote a play that raises awareness about verbal and emotional abuse.

Margie received her B.A. from Brown University and her Ed.M from Harvard University.