In 2003, Madhu Krishnappa Maron started MadhuCoach, a coaching and consulting practice dedicated to supporting individuals and organizational leaders on the path to transformation. She merges expertise as a Human Resources professional with stellar coaching skills and a belief in her clients’ innate resourcefulness to help them envision and make changes they never thought possible.
Prior to becoming a coach, Madhu spent seventeen years as a Human Resources professional, working with The Associated Press, Standard & Poor’s, Henry Ford Health System (Detroit), the New York City Economic Development Corporation and other organizations.
Madhu is credentialed as a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) by the International Coach Federation. She mentors coaches-in-training and conducts her own program, Creating Meaningful Work, at the New York Open Center. Madhu is on the faculty of Leadership That Works and facilitates Coaching for Transformation, an ICF-accredited coaching certification program in New York and around the world.
As a coach, Madhu has partnered with clients at American Airlines, Bankrate.com, Consumer Reports, HBO and The Associated Press. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Michigan and is a qualified administrator of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.
A passionate Motown music fan, Madhu was born in Detroit, Michigan to immigrant parents from India. She now makes her home in the Bronx, New York with her family.