Ann Huttner is an Executive and Leadership Coach, Coaching Supervisor and Facilitator. She partners with individuals and teams who want to transform themselves and increase their immediate and long-term impact. Her skill and perceptiveness enable her clients to uncover their own preferences, desires, needs and motivators, achieve understanding, insight, and presence and create the energy and excitement to move themselves and their organizations in new, more productive and sustainable directions. Sought after for her combination of intuitive insight, humor, direct style and business acumen, Ann creates an environment in which clients can experiment, grow, and flourish.
With a broad range of experience in operational and consultative roles, Ann works to improve executive self-awareness and drive sustainable behavior and attitude shifts. She has worked with individuals and teams in healthcare, public utility, legal and financial services and non-profit organizations in places around the globe. Ann earned a master’s degree in health services administration from the George Washington University School of Business and Public Administration, a Certificate in Healthcare Negotiation and Conflict Resolution from the Harvard School of Public Health, and a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. She holds certification in coaching from the Coaches Training Institute, and the Professional Certified Coach credential from the International Coach Federation.
Ann has been a coach since 2006. She currently serves as the Past President of the ICF Midwest Regional Advisory Council. Her prior careers included restaurant chef and caterer, healthcare administration leader and corporate consultant. Ann lives in Louisville, KY, with her husband, David Miller, and visits her children in the Pacific Northwest as often as possible.
Specialties: executive coaching, leadership coaching and development, customized 360 interviews and feedback, and coaching supervision.