Sandy Johnson is a Senior Consultant and Executive Coach with Feldman Daxon Partners. Sandy brings a diverse professional background including leadership roles in the private sector combined with a successful entrepreneurial venture serving the advertising community. Her willingness to try new directions and take calculated professional risks provides real life perspective to both established and emerging leaders.
Offering career strategy guidance, she’s contributed to forbes.com and The Globe & Mail and has been featured in The Globe, Metro News and Tara Mohr’s bestselling book, Playing Big. Sandy is also a sought-after speaker and has delivered her insights about the changing landscape of career transition to the National Judicial Institute, The Chang School at Ryerson and University of Toronto, Faculty of Law.
An avid athlete and adventure seeker, Sandy summited Mount Kilimanjaro, competed in six marathons including Boston, and claimed her age group award in Race the Planet’s 250km unaided race in the Sahara Desert. She applies the same zest to her business, encouraging her clients to embrace new experiences incorporating their special gifts into their professional lives.
Sandy is a graduate of Ryerson University, where she earned a BAA in Radio and Television Arts and holds the Associate Certified Coach (ACC) credential from the International Coaching Federation. She is a current member of the ICF and has served as a Board Member with the Toronto Chapter.