Paige Eldridge, ACC, J. D.
Paige Eldridge is a leadership coach, facilitator and career transitions specialist. Paige brings to her coaching nearly two decades of experience as a coach and lawyer partnering with and providing strategic counsel to CEO’s, CFO’s and other leaders. She has extensive experience coaching clients on leadership development, change management, work-life integration and career transition both with private clients and as a consultant with a major outplacement company. She spent the majority of her legal career at nationally recognized law firms where she was a results-driven corporate lawyer known for her ability to navigate legal hurdles with business savvy. Clients appreciated her knack for closing deals by creating a positive, productive atmosphere that allowed each side to be heard.
Paige collaborates with her clients to develop strategies to improve their confidence and competency as leaders to create their authentic leadership vision, to expand their influence within and beyond their organization, to foster effective communication, and to build productive relationships. She teaches self-awareness and energy management techniques to effect sustainable change and improve leadership effectiveness.
Paige has also served a consultant and advisor to Women in Technology’s Mentor Protégé Program for the last several years where she facilitates orientation sessions, panel discussions and mentor matching. Recently, she was chosen by the faculty of Georgetown University’s Leadership Coaching Program to coordinate and manage its alumni mentoring program.
On both personal and professional levels, Paige has been influenced by The Art of Possibility by Rosamund Stone Zander and Benjamin Zander, who believe that we have within ourselves the power to create a meaningful life. She employs tools and practices developed by the Zanders and others so that her clients can unleash their creative powers and enhance the quality of their professional and personal lives.
Paige received her certificate in Leadership Coaching from Georgetown University. She earned a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Virginia and a Juris Doctor from the College of William and Mary’s Marshall-Wythe School of Law where she served on the William and Mary Law Review. She lives with her family in Arlington, Virginia.