Spring Reunion Career Vision Coaches

Coaches will be available on Thursday, April 30 and Friday, May 01, 2015. You may schedule one 45-minute 1:1 session.

Scheduling Your Session

  1. Choose a Coach: View coach bios below
  2. Select One Coaching Appointment: View availability and select a coach to sign-up (one appointment only per person).
  3. Do your homework: To maximize your coaching session, send your coach a copy of your resume and a brief 100-word summary of what you expect from your session two days prior to your scheduled appointment. Further details, including your appointment location, will be sent to you the week prior to reunion.
  Assessing long-term career vision Job search
Personal branding and positioning Resume
Carla de Cervantes X   X  
Ricki Frankel X X    
Jean Fuller X X X  
Cindy Greig   X   X
Agnes Le X   X  
Anne Moellering X X X  



The deadline to sign up is Monday, April 27, 2015.

Space is Limited

Sessions are first-come, first-served.


If you need to cancel your appointment, please contact Alumni Career Services at least 24 hours in advance so someone else may use your time slot.

Waiting List

If the schedule is full, please email your name and contact information to be placed on a waiting list. You will be contacted in the event of any cancelations.


Email Alumni Career Services.

About the Coaches

Carla de Cervantes, Executive Coach, Stanford MBA ’99

Carla de Cervantes specializes in leadership, life balance, and career transition, helping leaders achieve positive, long-term change in their behavior.

Carla finds that behavioral change — both internal and external — helps successful leaders navigate complex business and interpersonal situations more effectively. She brings to her coaching and corporate consulting work over 10 years of marketing, product management, relationship management, financial analysis, and strategic planning experience.

Ricki Frankel, Executive Coach, Wharton MBA ’89

Ricki Frankel specializes in professional and leadership development, as well as transitions, helping her clients make “work work.”

Ricki’s coaching clients are typically senior and mid-level professionals and entrepreneurs who are seeking more — more fulfilling work, more life balance, more ease in a transition to a new position, more business, more leadership, more creativity — even more fun. She is on the staff of several leadership programs for MBA students, including Leadership Labs, and is a facilitator for Interpersonal Dynamics (also known as “touchy-feely”).

Jean Fuller, Principal, Fuller Coaching

Jean Fuller works with technology leaders and executives who want to increase their leadership impact.

She is a good fit for GSB alumni who want to develop a short- or long-term career roadmap; executive leadership development to achieve specific career milestones; and self-assessments using online tools or private, 360-degree feedback interviews to gain perspectives from past colleagues.

Cindy W. Greig, CPCC, Career and Leadership Coach

Cindy Greig works with entrepreneurs, executives, and senior leaders who are in career transition, re-entering the workforce, or want to have more impact in their current role.

Cindy has a broad range of industry and job search expertise and assists clients with career roadmaps, networking, and personal marketing. She has been a resume coach to Stanford GSB students and alumni for several years. Her industry knowledge includes high-tech, biotech, the nonprofit sector, service industries, and educational institutions.

Agnes Le, MBA ’00

Agnes Le facilitates breakthroughs and dramatic growth for her clients by offering a safe space and a structured set of frameworks that allow them to think in bold new ways.

She works with her clients on clarifying short- and long-term vision, implementing strategies to prototype that vision and move forward, identifying a person’s sweet spot of success, making career decisions that honor personal values, and managing the tensions that lie underneath competing life priorities. Agnes currently coaches experienced leaders in Stanford GSB’s Executive Education and MSx programs and is a group facilitator for the popular Interpersonal Dynamics course for MBAs.

Anne Moellering, MBA ’94

Anne Moellering helps her clients identify their core strengths and leverage their values to find and develop careers in which they’ll succeed in terms of performance and fulfillment.

In the workplace, Anne coaches fast-track emerging leaders and seasoned senior executives in the areas of leadership, team management, and career development. She also helps teams optimize their performance via facilitation and group coaching services. Anne combines years of feet-on-the-ground business experience with her natural and trained coaching abilities to help her clients achieve extraordinary results and fulfillment in their careers.