Coni Judge is a certified image consultant who is also a personal branding coach, writer, stylist, personal shopper, and image consultant. She is able to help clients utilize their unique personal strengths in order to be the best version of themselves. Coni has worked with individuals, Fortune 500, and FTSE 100 companies all over the world. Ms. Judge has enviable expertise in corporate and employee change communication. Her other interests and sidelines include: expertise in motivating and recruiting Generation Y/Millennials and Generation Z; expertise in executive presence and personal impact; writing self-help business books; being a business guru with a hair care industry specialty brand.
Coni Judge offers sustainable and effective solutions to clients who need a customized, multi-faceted approach via executive presence coaching, communications consulting, business transformation, and thinking partnering. She offers expert services as a Corporate Communication Consultant, accepting projects on an interim or project basis. Backed by more than two decades of experience in companies from Fortune 100 to startups, Ms. Judge enjoys the privilege of having worked with board-level leaders and global teams. She is an American national and London-based. She spends a great amount of her time at her homes in Utah and Las Vegas.
Coni Judge is a strategist, coach, and lecturer who specializes in integrated change communications, serving as a communications adviser to C-level and equivalent executives. She is able to establish executive presence for board level, aside from devising global communication strategy, fostering complex internal employee engagement, and changing communication programs.
Coni Judge has accumulated a large number of clients belonging to a wide range of industries that include: technology; energy; finance/banking; healthcare; AEC; manufacturing; retail; health/beauty; hospitality; and non-profit sectors.
Ms. Judge started her career in non-profit, working in healthcare. To give back, she visibly supports the Red Cross and has shown interest in Autism advocacy.