Certified Professional Co-active Coach (CPCC), Educator and Former Lawyer
Gina Alexandris’ mission it is to help individuals and organizations lead and perform at their peak, in a respectful, engaged and authentic manner.
For over 20 years, she has been inspiring and supporting individuals and organizations to define their hopes and achieve their goals. Gina is passionate about personal and professional success and development; leadership; equity, diversity and inclusion; and supporting new and senior professionals alike to create strong and lasting networks and strategies to support career growth and transitions.
Over the years, within her own coaching practice and through her formal roles, Gina has supported thousands of students, lawyers at various stages and professionals in other industries in their journey of transformation and development.
Gina’s “formal” roles are: (Current) Certified Career Coach and Professional Development Consultant; (Past) Senior Director, Law Practice Program, and Special Advisor, Law School at Toronto Metropolitan (formerly Ryerson) University. She was the Director of Strategic Planning with the Legal Services Division at the Ministry of the Attorney General; Director of the Internationally Trained Lawyers Program at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law; and Assistant Dean and Director of Career Services at Osgoode Hall Law School. Prior to that, she practised civil litigation and family law in Toronto. With a strong belief in community, she gives back by volunteering with various boards and organizations.
Gina graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School, holds a Master of Education in Adult Education from OISE and a Certificate of Completion for the Art and Practice of Leadership Development Program at the Harvard Kennedy School. In 2017, Gina completed the Coaching Program from the international Co-Active Training Institute (CTI).