Beverly Hyman is President of Beverly Hyman, Ph.D. and Associates, an international organizational development and training firm in business over 25 years. With offices in New York City, she and her associates provide consulting on leadership and organizational development, executive coaching, strategic planning, communications training of all types, team building, and facilitation. They do this for international firms and organizations and their boards. Representative clients include UNICEF, UNDP, NYC’s Metropolitan Transit Authority, the U.S. Labor Department, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Juilliard, Lincoln Center, Harvard University, Princeton University, Wells Fargo, and HSBC Bank. Bev is a long-time resident of the Berkshires with a historic home in Otis. She and her husband reside full time in Greenwich Village, NYC. Her community involvement includes: current Trustee of New York University, current board chair of the Steinhardt School’s board at NYU, immediate past- President of NYU’s Alumni Association, member of The Century Association in NYC, and patron of The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. Bev served on the board of the Jean Cocteau Repertory Theater for 6 years during the late 1990’s.
Bev holds her Ph.D. in Media, Culture, and Communication from New York University. She is the author of three books, most recently How to Know If It’s Time to Go, which she co-authored with her husband.