Welcome to the next in our Coaching Impact Series interviews, a podcast series exploring the impact of our coaching work with entrepreneurial support organisations.

In this interview, Creative Metier Impact Area Lead Jessica Stewart speaks to Anna Gincherman, Partner at ConsumerCentriX  and uncovers the impact of the Argidius funded coaching that Creative Metier delivered throughout the Covid pandemic. Anna shares how coaching enabled the partners at ConsumerCentriX to build the confidence and alignment to navigate the transition to a hybrid model of engagement with each other, their teams and their clients around the world.

Keep an eye out next week for the final interview in this series which is with Nicholas Colloff, in which he shares the funder’s view of coaching as a way of ensuring sustainability and impact in the partners that Argidius Foundation fund.

Anna Gincherman

Anna Gincherman is a partner at ConsumerCentrix (CCX), a Geneva based strategy consulting firm working with a wide range of institutions, translating consumer insights into winning business strategies to reach the unserved and underserved. Prior to CCX, Anna was an executive with Women’s World Banking, the global non profit dedicated to giving low income women access to the financial products and services they need to achieve security and prosperity. As a VP of Strategic Partnerships and the Chief Product Development Officer, Anna was responsible for the identification, development and roll out of innovative financial products, including savings, health insurance, digital financial services, and credit for low income women.

Prior to joining Women’s World Banking, Anna worked for the Council on Economic Priorities and the United Nations. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Politics and Economics from Middlebury College and a Master’s in Public Affairs from the University of Pennsylvania.