Anne Gottlieb coaches and teaches dynamic presentation and presence skills for numerous organizations nationally and internationally.
She has consulted to Fortune 500 companies, designed and led courses for a broad range of corporate clients and coached many executives on high stakes presentations.
Anne is the Director of Presence and Presentation for Mobius Executive Leadership and has led courses as part of the expressive arts faculty as well for over a decade. Her programs combine a wide range of disciplines that draw on theatre techniques learned in her over 20 years working professionally as an actor, director and teacher. Her diverse background in the arts has shaped her unique approach to presence and creativity work with global and business leaders.
Anne presented Angelina Grimke’s groundbreaking speech of 1838 at the “How Women Become Political” event honoring the Feminist and Abolitionist. The panel featured Gloria Steinem and many leading female politicians from Massachusetts. She has presented and taught at conferences all over the country including TEDxYouth in San Diego as well as the Georgetown Leadership conference.
Anne is a Resident Scholar at Women’s Studies Research Center at Brandeis University.