Cornelia Cannon Holden, MDiv is the CEO of Mindful Warrior, which she founded in 2007. Cornelia holds a Masters from Harvard Divinity School where her program of study included courses at Harvard Business School on family business management and leadership. Following her tenure with The Bridgespan Group, the non-profit consulting division of Bain & Company, she ran a private, holistic healthcare practice focused on body-centered pastoral counseling and trauma resolution. Cornelia trained the U.S. Women’s Ice Hockey team from 2006 through the 2010 Vancouver Olympics as the team’s mental skills, team building, and leadership development coach. During that time, the team enjoyed unprecedented success achieving its first-ever No. 1 world ranking. Cornelia has lived and worked on a variety of campuses -- Bowdoin, Harvard, Yale, Hotchkiss, Stevenson, the Navajo Nation, and the Olympic Training Center -- which has given her deep, first-hand knowledge of the pressures and privileges of high-performance and intercultural environments. Cornelia also understands elite-level training and commitment: she graduated summa cum laude from Bowdoin College, where she was a NCAA Division II giant slalom ski racing champion and a member of both the varsity tennis and crew teams. Her experience working with people in diverse environments informs her work coaching high-performance executives and their teams through periods of growth and innovation.
Sunny Kim, is an Associate at Mindful Warrior. She is a 2016 graduate of Johns Hopkins University where she majored in Global Environmental Change and Sustainability. Her studies included explorations in postcolonialism, climate science and policy, and creative writing. She is a farmer and food enthusiast at heart, which led to her recent venture in opening a farm-to-table restaurant in the heart of her hometown, Seoul. All proceeds from the business are donated to hunger relief efforts for children in North Korea. Sunny served as a lead organizer and board member for Real Food Challenge, a nationwide, youth-led food justice movement.
Rev. Amani D. Legagneur, M.Div. is a professional trainer of spiritual and organizational leaders. She is the Manager of Chaplaincy Services for Atlanta's Northside Hospital System, a Spiritual Health Consultant for Emory Counseling and Consultation, and a certified Clinical Pastoral Supervisor. She is an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ, as well as an educator and administrator of graduate students and professionals from a variety of faith traditions who serve as chaplains for intercultural populations. Amani graduated from Amherst College with Distinction as a dual major in Interdisciplinary Biochemistry and Spanish Language and Culture and holds a Masters of Divinity from Harvard Divinity School. She is a published poet and former biomedical researcher. Amani views education as a vehicle to become more conscious of our human responsibility to develop greater cooperative resilience, loving kindness, equanimity, virtue, and justice in the world.
Jenny Potter is a four-time Olympian and graduate of the University of Minnesota Duluth where she was a National Champion, two-time MVP, four-time NCAA All-American, and All-Academic All-American. After playing hockey at the highest levels for over two decades and winning Olympic gold, silver, and bronze, Jenny coached at both Trinity College and The Ohio State University. Since the 2010 Olympics, she has gone on to receive training in Council practice through The Ojai Foundation, in mindfulness training through the .b Mindfulness Program, and in the Circles of Trust practice with Parker Palmer and Marcy Jackson. As a program facilitator for Mindful Warrior, Jenny inspires emerging and established leaders with her Olympic mindset and first-hand experience using mindfulness-based, values-driven team building tools to build high-trust, high-performance team cultures.
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