Brenda Broz Eddy is an executive coach with The Leets Consortium headquartered in Irvine, California. She has many years of experience as a coach and consultant to officer level clients from substantial companies. She has held senior leadership roles both with privately held and publicly traded companies, as well as with non-profit organizations.
Brenda was Senior Vice President and Managing Director of the Senior Executive Consulting Practice for Right Management Consultants. In that role she was responsible for executive level coaching and outplacement in the western United States. Prior to her tenure at Right she served as co-managing director at Janotta Bray, an international career consulting firm, specializing in senior executive outplacement.
Brenda started her consulting career at Booz Allen and Hamilton, a large international strategic consulting firm and went on to spend a number of years on the faculty of the Georgetown University School of Business. While at Georgetown she worked with the U.S. State Department to upgrade the management skills of members of the diplomatic corp. Later, as a Vice President at Transcentury Corporation, an international consulting firm focused on economic development in the third world, she led a similar effort under funding from the Agency for International Development. In this role she created the Economic Development Institute and managed a team of consultants providing coaching and management technical assistance to the leaders of International Development Agencies such as CARE, UNICEF and Save the Children. Brenda then led the creation of the End Hunger Network, a non profit alliance of 150 international development agencies and, as its Executive Director, produced the global rock concert "Live Aid" which was televised internationally and became one of the most successful charity fund raising events in history.
Brenda went from the international arena to investment in and co-leadership of two small entrepreneurial companies, one in bio-hazardous waste management and the other in electronic claims software for doctor's offices. She was then recruited back into consulting serving as President of Ambrosetti America, the US subsidiary of an international management consulting firm specializing in high level educational briefings for CEOs. During this period she arranged customized educational experiences for the CEOs of a wide range of companies including Fluor, The Capital Group (Capital Guardian Trust et. al.) and Pacific Enterprises (now Sempra energy, parent of the national's largest natural gas utility).
Brenda has an MBA from the Harvard Business School and an undergraduate degree from the University of Southern California. She is a member of the Board of Directors of Interlogix, a $600 Million Electronics Company and serves on the Business Advisory Councils of Loyola Marymount University's School of Business and Counterpart International, a non-profit organization specializing in economic development in the third world.