Ashley Chiampo

Ashley Chiampo is an executive coach with over 19 years of experience helping people and organizations attain maximum effectiveness. Her background includes working with CXOs and senior managers in small private companies, international development organizations, and multi-billion dollar publicly traded organizations.

As founder of New Global Mind, a learning and development company with offices in India and Singapore, Ashley is focused on readying leaders for the global workplace. She has spent over ten years creating and implementing impactful leadership development programming for business professionals in US at the MIT Sloan School of Management and in India at iDiscoveri Education. Prior to her shift into adult learning, she was a management consultant for the Boston Consulting Group and a mechanical engineer for PTC. Ashley holds an MBA degree from the Wharton School, an MS in Mechanical Engineering from MIT and a BA from Brown University.

Ashley is a trained group facilitator and a certified executive coach with over 1500 hours of coaching practice. She is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) granted by the ICF. She has extensive experience making cultural transitions and has lived in numerous countries including the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Singapore, Switzerland and now India. She brings to her coaching a broad perspective drawing from her diverse background, a practical and down-to-earth approach to behavior change, and an uncommon empathy and care for her coachees.

Former and current clients are from CXO and CXO -1 and -2 levels in private and public organizations including Amazon, Aon Hewitt, Applied Materials, Avantha Group, BNP Paribas, CARE India, Genpact, Glenmark, Harley Davidson, Interglobe, Maersk, Mindtree, PWC, Wipro, UNICEF, and Wharton Executive Education.

  • ICF Professional Certified Coach, PCC
  • Results Coaching Systems Certified Coach
  • MBTI and FIROb Certification
  • Lominger 360 Certified
  • Hogan Assessments Certified
  • NLP Practitioner
  • Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Coaching