Hisham Beydoun | Executive Coach
Hisham is a multicultural and multilingual, BIPOC, global millennial. Today, he trains and certifies Executive Coaches by the International Coaching Federation’s Gold standard of Coaching with over 1500 hours of certified coaching.
In his past, Hisham mentored and trained new Executive Coaches through the school of International Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC). In addition, he coaches managers leading diverse teams as well as recently promoted minority leaders (BIPOC, queer, gender minority). Hisham’s global experience has influenced his coaching so he can adeptly switch intercultural lenses as he works with his coachees. He currently sits as interim Chief of Staff for a boutique consulting company and sits as an active Board Member for Lebanon's largest NGO.
Before discovering his passion for coaching, Hisham Beydoun graduated from Babson College with his MBA in Global Management and served as President of the Graduate Student Body where he represented 4,000 student voices. After completing his studies, he helped found and build a consulting company and scaled it from 300,000 in revenue to 2.5MM in 2 years.
Prior to pursuing his MBA and coaching career, Hisham worked as the Corporate Social Responsibility Director in Beirut, Lebanon where he built businesses to support Syrian refugees. Before moving to Lebanon, he worked for an NGO in New York City where he employed adults with mental illness to provide them vocational training and basic income. Before that, he was a full-time classroom teacher on the small pacific island of Kosrae (population 5,000) in the Federated States of Micronesia.
In his free time, Hisham teaches meditation, mentors refugee youth in San Diego, rock climbs, surfs, and goes on solos in California's Anza Borrego desserts.