Anese Cavanaugh is a mom, entrepreneur, writer, speaker and all-around leadership and collaboration expert. She’s considered a trusted adviser, teacher and thinking partner to some of today’s most savvy business leaders and organizations like IDEO, Cooper, Chevron, IBM, Doorsteps, Citicorp and others. Anese has been called a “game changer,” a “miracle worker” and even “wonder woman” by clients (though we had to coerce this factoid out of her, she did not write this.)
A noted writer and speaker, Anese has been seen in Shape Magazine, Prevention Magazine, The New York Times, The Miami Herald, Western Suburban, TNG, Leadership Digital, Inc Small Giants and on stages across the country. She has received numerous awards for writing and impact, including an award for Professional Woman of the Year for Coaching & Mentoring by the NAPW.
Creator of the IEP Method and Crafting Impact Leadership Programs, her methodology has been integrated into core curriculum and processes in various leadership institutes and training programs including Youth Guidance Organization, Zingerman’s Community of Businesses and the ISAE Leadership Institute, where she served as faculty for their executive leadership program.
Anese is currently finishing up two book projects: "The Little Book of Bootism" and "Stepping Stones to Success (V6)," alongside thought leaders Deepak Chopra, Jack Canfield and others. She swears by self-care, purpose and impact; is obsessed with Bikram Yoga, cross training and butter coffee; delights in partnership and being a mom to two. She currently splits her time between San Francisco, New York City and Sacramento.