Jyl Camhi, MS
Executive Coach and Consultant
Jyl works with executives to help them identify and overcome the roadblocks that are holding them back from being the leader they wish to be and achieving their desired results, and she works with organizations to help build their overall leadership capacity.
She draws from her own 25+ years of experience delivering award-winning results as a business leader in both the entrepreneurial and corporate worlds, combined with academic training on leadership and coaching frameworks. Known for her high energy, insightfulness, and direct style, and beloved by clients and former staff alike for her deep empathy and concern for their success, Jyl combines candor with compassion in her practice to help clients and their organizations simultaneously achieve improved performance and find greater joy in the process.
Jyl began her career as a sales and marketing leader in Fortune 500 technology companies, including Microsoft, where she was named Top Manager in North America and was known for identifying and developing talent. She developed sales, marketing, partnership, and management systems for a venture backed startup, and then founded her own business, which she led from concept to rollout as a Franchise 500 franchisor.
Jyl graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Maryland with a B.S. in Computer Science and received an M.S. from George Washington University in Information Systems. She is a Certified Leadership Coach, Certified Facilitator, and Certified Organizational Consultant through Georgetown University Institute of Transformational Leadership. Additionally, she is certified to administer and interpret the Leadership Circle Profile.
- Microsoft Top Sales Manager for North America
- Technology Innovation and Leadership Award from Connecticut Technology Council, presented by Lt Gov. Nancy Wyman
- Featured on WNPR for being a “Woman of Innovation”
- Walton E. Smith Memorial Award from George Washington University (Top Graduate Student)
- Franchise 500 and Top 50 New Franchises (for Great Play), presented by Entrepreneur Magazine.