Cari Caldwell is a coach, facilitator and entrepreneur who sees herself as an individual and organizational midwife – holding space for growth- or catalysing it! – as the situation requires. She began her training with the Strozzi Institute in 2002. Cari was part of the team who first brought Strozzi Institute trainings to the UK in 2005 through Future Considerations, a UK-based leadership consultancy she helped to co-found and serve as a Director of for 13 years. In 2007, she co-founded Birthwise, a consultancy focused on leadership in maternal health, one of her passions. She is currently co-founder and Director of Practice for Roller Strategies, an organization bringing next generation solutions to complex challenges ranging from climate change to inner city violence.
She has worked with and coached leaders across sectors in over 20 countries and her clients have included HSBC, The Chicago Community Trust, Zappos, The British National Health Service, The National Association of Certified Professional Midwives, British Petroleum, KPMG, Oceana, and the London Borough of Ealing. Cari holds a BA in Philosophy and International Studies from Northwestern University, is a graduate of Newfield Ontological Coaching Network and has completed 3 years of training in family and organizational systemic constellations. She is thrilled to be joining the Strozzi Institute Teacher Training 2018 cohort.
Cari lives in Fort Collins, Colorado with her sons Conor and Luca, and their dog Rowdy. She is a bikram yoga and family cuddle junkie.