May Van is an executive coach specializes in counseling clients who are seeking a career change and looking to strengthen their leadership capabilities. She believes leaders are at their best when they are in positions that are well suited for their skills and talents. She has the experience necessary to guide her clients to achieve their career goals while maintaining their authentic self. May is also skilled in aligning business plan with strategy, gaining organizational alignment and building high performance teams that deliver results.
May has a diverse background in finance management, operations management, business management and leadership development. May’s strong interpersonal skills, exceptional leadership, and collaborative style have enabled her to lead employees through several challenging and unique business transitions. These skills and experiences are the building blocks which allow her to successfully counsel clients as they pursue their professional goals.
Over the past 35 years, May has held several executive leadership positions with several major corporations. She spent the last 15 years of her corporate career at Hewlett-Packard and its spin-off, Agilent Technologies. She obtained the position of Vice President and General Manager of the Service and Consumable Business which continues to be one of Agilent’s highest growth contributors.
May holds a BBA in Accounting from Texas Tech University and an MBA from West Chester University where she taught several years as an Adjunct Professor. She is a graduate of Coach University, an organization accredited by the International Coaching Federation.