JoCE Reviewers

Andrea Giraldez-Hayes, PhD, is a highly accomplished and respected chartered psychologist, coaching psychologist, supervisor, psychotherapist, lecturer, and consultant renowned for her expertise in fostering personal and organisational growth. With an unwavering dedication to continuous learning and professional development, she has amassed an impressive range of skills over her 35-year career, spanning diverse roles within the arts, education, coaching, and positive psychology sectors.

Andrea has served as the course director of the MSc in Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology and the Wellbeing and Psychological Services Centre at the University of East London between 2018 and 2023. Leveraging a creative and integrative coaching psychology approach, she empowers clients and supervises individuals and groups by harnessing the transformative power of the arts. Her research focuses on applying arts and creativity in promoting individual and community wellbeing.

As an esteemed professional in her field, Andrea is an associate editor for prestigious publications such as Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice, the International Coaching Psychology Review, and the International Journal of Coaching Psychology. Additionally, she serves as a co-editor for Philosophy of Coaching. Andrea actively volunteers as a coach for various organisations, including Power to Live, Parent Gym, UpRising, Lon-Art and the Humanitarian Coaching Network, demonstrating her commitment to positively impacting beyond her professional pursuits.

Andrea has conducted university lectures throughout her career and acted as an independent community arts consultant across multiple countries, including Spain, the UK, Australia, Italy, Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Panama, Peru, Chile, Uruguay, and Argentina.

 

Dr. Benita Mayhead, in 2022 she achieved a significant milestone, earning her Professional Doctorate in Coaching and Mentoring from Oxford Brookes University. With over 30 years of experience in learning and development, Benita has established herself as a seasoned professional through senior Human Resource leadership roles at Citigroup, Merrill Lynch, and in the oil and gas industry.

Currently, as an executive coach, coach supervisor and founding director at North-52 Limited, Benita collaborates globally, offering one-to-one coaching and innovative group programmes to leaders and organisations. Her pragmatic and supportive coaching philosophy, honed through years of experience, equips her to assist leaders in navigating the intricate challenges of the contemporary business landscape.

Recognising her impactful contributions, Henley Business School awarded Benita the Research Paper of the Year in 2023. Beyond her scholarly pursuits, she actively shares insights by publishing articles in peer-reviewed journals and presenting at global research conferences. Additionally, Benita serves as a non-executive advisory board member, exemplifying her commitment to advancing coaching and mentoring practices on a global scale. This blend of academic excellence, practical experience, and global collaboration positions Benita as a leader in the field, dedicated to the growth and development of individuals and organisations alike.

 

Dr. Carrie Arnold, PhD, MCC, is a seasoned professional in coaching and organizational development. As faculty at Fielding Graduate University, she shapes the next generation of coaches in the Evidence Based Coaching program. Author of Silenced and Sidelined: How women leaders find their voices and break barriers, she leads The Willow Group, a coaching and consulting firm in Denver, CO. With a rich background in multi-hospital systems healthcare, Carrie has held leadership roles in HR, education, and organizational development.

 As an ICF Master Certified Coach, Board Certified Coach, and accredited Coach Supervisor, Carrie has coached over 500 clients across the federal government, education, healthcare, and private sectors. Her expertise extends from new and emerging leaders to the C-suite level. Holding a B.A. in Psychology, an M.A. in Organizational Management, and a Ph.D. in Human Development, she earned her coach training at Georgetown University. Additionally, she contributes to the field by serving on the board of the Graduate School Alliance for Education in Coaching.

 

Dr. Catherine Carr, B.Sc., M.Ed., D.Prof., MCEC, PCC, RC, serves as the Head of Systemic Team Coaching Training for North America and holds the positions of Senior Faculty and Program Head at the Global Team Coaching Institute. Additionally, she is the North American Lead for Resilience@Work, is a practicing Team Coach and Team Coaching Supervisor ,and Faculty member at Royal Roads University.

Catherine's qualifications include being a Professional Certified Coach with the International Coaching Federation, with over 15,000 coaching hours. She has earned the Master Individual, Team, Mentor Coach, and Supervisor awards with EMCC, holds the title of Master Corporate Executive Coach (ACEC), and is a Registered Psychotherapist. Catherine is a co-author of publications such as "High-Performance Team Coaching" and "50 Tips for Terrific Teams." She has also contributed to recent chapters on team coaching effectiveness, research, case studies, and ethics.

With diverse experience spanning government, health, insurance, pharmaceuticals, Indigenous organizations, mental health, resource, finance, IT, and start-ups, Catherine also coaches for Ted Talks, supporting environmental and social justice presenters.

Catherine is passionate about work that promotes well-being, a meaningful life, and contributions to both local communities and the broader world. She resides in beautiful Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, on the traditional territories of the W̱SÁNEĆ and Lək̓ʷəŋən speaking peoples.

David Matthew Prior, MCC, BCC, ACTC, brings 25 years of organizational coaching experience working with global executive and senior leadership across a diversity of industries including financial services, insurance, communications, public relations, music, fashion, consumer goods, technology, consulting firms, mining, biotech, shipping, health care and world agencies. His approach to leadership development is focused on performance with integrity to align the business, organization, teams, and leadership to simultaneously hold an authentic public and private stance in work and life; where the two meet is where the integral leader lives. It is this space that leaders and their teams inhabit that requires truth-telling, safety, structure, and communication mastery. David has had the honor to structure and teach in the organizational coaching program at Columbia University, guide and coach more than 1,000 senior leaders in more than 30 countries, train 5,000+ executive coaches and create results for more than 100 organizations.

 

Eve Turner is a busy global coach and supervisor, researcher and co-author/editor of 4 books along with many chapters, papers and case studies. Her writing includes: ‘The Ethical Coaches’ Handbook – A Guide to Developing Ethical Maturity in Practice, ‘Ecological and Climate-Conscious Coaching: A Companion Guide to Evolving Coaching Practice, ‘Systemic Coaching – Delivering Value Beyond the Individual’ and ‘The Heart of Coaching Supervision – Working with Reflection and Self-Care.’  Eve writes extensively on ethics, contracting,systemic working and societal issues and their link to our professionShe is one of the 3 co-founders of the Climate Coaching Alliance which has nearly 4,000 members worldwide and co-founded the Global Supervisors’ Network.  Eve is also one of the authors of the coaching professional bodies’ Joint Statement on Climate Change, now signed by 11 bodies representing around 300,000 coaches, mentors, coaching psychologists and supervisors globally.  Her other volunteering includes for APECS for whom she was a past Chair, the AC and EMCC.  Eve regularly speaks at conferences and forums.  

 

Francine Campone, Ed.D., MCC, Credentialed Coaching Supervisor (CSA), coaches leaders in diverse sectors and develops professional coaches through supervision and mentoring. Her recent publications include chapters on ethics in the promotion of coaching services and in coach education. Francine is presently Editor (Americas) for the International Coaching Psychology Review. She was lead editor for Coaching supervision: Voices from the Americas and co-edited Innovations in Leadership Coaching Research and Practice. Francine is currently coordinating a collaborative study on ethical dilemmas in coaching and coach supervision.

Francine was Director of Evidence-Based Coaching at Fielding Graduate University and a founding faculty member of the University of Texas at Dallas coach education program.  She co-chaired the ICF Coaching Research Symposia, 2003-2006 and co-edited the proceedings. Past publications include a case study on the coaching/psychotherapy boundary; the impact of life events on coaches and their coaching; the impact of graduate education on coaches and their coaching; and book chapters on adult learning theories in coaching, reflective learning for coaches, ethics in coach promotion, and coaching in the adult workplace.

 

Joel DiGirolamo is the Vice President of Research and Data Science for the International Coaching Federation (ICF), a professional organization of over 50,000 coaches in 156 countries. Joel leads a research team whose goals are to advance the understanding of how coaching works and to understand how coaching is evolving and enhancing society. Robust research is the foundation of tools that can be used to build high performing organizations. Joel is passionate about developing innovative and robust research that will provide this foundation for continued exploration. 

He has more than 30 years of staff and management experience in Fortune 500 companies and is the author of two books, Leading Team Alpha and Yoga in No Time at All. Joel holds a master’s degree in industrial and organizational psychology from Kansas State University, an MBA from Xavier University, and a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Purdue University. He is a member of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP), the Society of Consulting Psychology (SCP), the American Psychological Association (APA) and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Joel is an Associate Editor for Consulting Psychology Journal and the author of numerous academic papers and book chapters.

 

Dr Lise Lewis – MBA – CFCIPD  is a practising EMCC accredited coach, mentor, and supervisor working globally with practitioners in organisations, independents, groups and team coaches. Founder of BlueskyInternational offering accredited coach | mentor and coach supervisor training. EMCC Global Immediate Past President and currently a Special Ambassador. EMCC Global volunteer for 20+ years initiating and contributing to the creation of professional standards in coaching, mentoring and supervision.

Global keynote speaker and contributor of coaching and supervision related webinars including Ethics, EQ/SQ, Trends in Coaching and Supervision, Why Supervision Makes Sense, Leadership Development, Relational Feedback.

Author of Relational Feedback: Why Feedback Fails and How to Make It Meaningful. Completing companion book of Feedback Case Studies and chapter contributions for publications on Organisational Politics, Ethics in Supervision, Ethics in Group Supervision, AI and Mentoring with a Coaching Attitude.

 

Marian Rosefield, MSc, brings over two decades of coaching experience to the vanguard of the field since joining the profession in 2001, embodying an unwavering commitment to evidence-based practices. As an EMCC Accredited Coach (Senior Practitioner), coaching supervisor, positive psychology practitioner, researcher, facilitator, trainer, reiki master, and mental health first aider, Marian crafts a nuanced and comprehensive framework, providing clients with a flexible, reflective, safe, and appreciative space for personal and professional growth.

Her academic pursuits, culminating in a Masters in Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology, form the bedrock of Marian's integrative approach. Seamlessly weaving the science of well-being into her coaching methodology, Marian infuses her practice with humour and curiosity. Her research focus on compassion fatigue and burnout in the coaching profession has manifested in publications. Notably, her article 'Lost the ‘Bounce in Your Bungee’: A Grounded Theory Study into Compassion Fatigue and Burnout in the Coaching Profession' published in the International Journal of Evidence-Based Coaching and Mentoring demonstrates Marian's commitment to advancing scholarly conversations within the coaching community about coach-care.

Beyond her role as a reviewer for this journal, Marian serves as the Deputy Director for Coaching Practice and co-leads the Health & Wellbeing Special Interest Group at EMCC UK. Her multifaceted contributions underscore her enduring dedication to elevating coaching ethics, well-being, and discourse within the professional community. For further insights, readers can explore her recent publications, including 'Research Matters: Navigating Compassion Fatigue as a Coach' in Coaching at Work. 

 

Meera Jhogasundram is the founder of M Jhoga Coaching and Consulting who has a Summa Cum Laude Doctorate in International Relations and is named by Influence Digest Media as one of the top coaches in Geneva for 2022 and 2023. She is a member of EMCC Global and ICF and the author of three best- selling books.

Her work involves Training & Development, Training Facilitation, Corporate Coaching, Mentoring & Training, Graduate & Post-Graduate Coaching. She facilitated focus group discussions for a joint programme by EMCC Global, EASC, and ANSE.

She was awarded the National Efficiency Medal Award for Outstanding Work at the Singapore Judiciary and worked as a Research Fellow at the Global Migration Policy Associates in Geneva where she engaged in substantive diplomatic representation and public policy debates in working meetings around the United Nations, the International Labour Organisation and human rights in Civil Society Organisations. She co-authored a publishable research report of 90 pages.

Meera graduated from iPEC as a Certified Professional Coach (CPC), an Energy Leadership IndexMaster Practitioner, and a Specialist in COR.E Leadership, Transitions, Performance, and Wellbeing DynamicsTM.

Among others, her current project, Career Conversations, a webinar series stems from her coaching and consulting practice.

 

Dr Rachel Hawley is a researcher, storyteller and relational coach. She is co-author of the first complete guide to exploring values and ethics, Values and Ethics in Coaching (2017), awarded ‘Coaching Book of the Year’ 2017 from the Coaching Centre, Henley Business School. Her doctoral study, at Sheffield Hallam University (UK) is on relational leadership – ‘Relational Leadership in the NHS: how healthcare leaders identify with public engagement’. With a professional background in nursing, she was humbled to be recognised in the Nursing Times Awards 2022 for Nurse of the Year. (finalist). 

Rachel is passionate about relational methodologies and creative methods. Her passion is reflected in her writing including several book chapters on – ‘coaching ethics’ (The Coaches Handbook: the Complete Practitioner Guide for Coaches). - ‘managing ethics online: a relational perspective’ – (The Ethical Coaches Handbook: a guide to developing Ethical Maturity in Practice) – ‘coaching patients’ (Coaching in Professional Contexts).

Her volunteering includes EMCC where she researched and consulted the prominent pan-European organisation on issues regarding rendering academic research accessible to coaching practitioners and qualifications providers; ‘Bridging the Gap’. She regularly speaks at conferences and forums. 

 

Stephanie McCarthy is a consultant and coach who works with leaders, teams, and groups to generate greater clarity, congruence, and connection. Passionate about creating cultures of belonging where everyone can be seen, valued, and heard, Stephanie draws on evidence-based approaches in leadership development, positive psychology, and positive organizational scholarship to generate shifts at individual, team, and system levels.  

Stephanie brings over a decade of experience in leadership and organization development, mostly working with complex organizations in the higher education and healthcare sectors. In her current position at Fraser Health Authority, a regional healthcare organization in Canada with over 45,000 employees, Stephanie is the Lead of the Coaching Services portfolio where she promotes ethical and reflective coaching practice among the community of coaches.  

Stephanie holds a Master of Science in Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology where she conducted published research on group coaching and positive relationships at work. She continues to contribute to the field by exploring the intersections of coaching, compassion, and belonging. 

 

Yi-Ling Lai (PhD, CPsychol) is the Lecturer (Assistant Professor) of HRM and Organisational Behaviour at University of Southampton. Yi-Ling had several years in management consultancy prior to her academic career. Yi-Ling’s research mainly focuses on the psychological evidence in the coaching process. Recently, she also draws on theories in social psychology in studying the relations between executive coaching, power dynamics and business ethics in the organisation.