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June 6, 2013 • AAF Luncheon (Jen Bertsch)
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AAF Luncheon • Jen Bertsch
June 6, 2013 • 11:30-1:00
As a successful coach and personal brand strategist, Jen Bertsch has an unending drive to help entrepreneurial-minded leaders thrive professionally and personally. This passion was partially developed during her five years as a director of the second-largest Chamber of Commerce in Minnesota. She saw first hand what set apart the successful go-getters and the not-so-go-getters.
Her inquisitive and direct style makes it easy for her clients to open up. Raised in a fun-loving Polish family – which included a father with a big personality and six brothers, many of whom are entrepreneurs – helped cultivate a comfort with a wide range of people and give her an ease when "talking shop".
When Jen was growing up, her dad used a peculiar word to describe her. He would smile as he watched her grit, wit and determination and say, “You’ve got moxie, kid! A lot of people don’t have it, but you’ve got it.” After a few other mentors echoed this adjective, it seemed there was no other choice for a name when starting her coaching business in 2007.
At Moxy Coaching, Jen uses her contagious enthusiasm to spark her clients to take the actions needed to uncover a future distinct from their past. Owing to her vast experience in retail management, advertising, training and economic development, she consistently implements innovative ideas resulting in record-setting performances.
She received the Duluth News Tribune’s 20 under 40 award in 2008 for her leadership in founding Fuse Duluth, a program focused on connecting young professionals with the business community.
Constantly curious and pursuing to better herself, Jen completed her advanced coach training at Coach U in 2012.