Katherine Olivetti, MA, MSSW

Katherine is a practicing Jungian psychoanalyst, family therapist, coach, writer, and editor. She holds two graduate degrees from Columbia University and has taught and led workshops nationally and internationally. In addition to training professionals in the fields of therapy, psychoanalysis, and coaching, she was a faculty member of the Yale Medical School where she supervised and taught post-graduate fellows. Katherine is also a grandmother of four, the trainer of one Australian shepherd, a gourmet cook, a duplicate bridge player, an episodic knitter, a student of mythology, and a closet binger of television series. She loves to dance, have fun, and from time to time make trouble.

Caroline MacNeill Hall, MA, PCC

Caroline is President of MAC Advisors, an executive coaching, culture transformation, and leadership development company, as well as senior faculty for The Coaches Training Institute, designing and delivering programs worldwide in coaching and leadership skills. Her clients include the Singapore Civil Service College, the Stanford Graduate School of Business (where she creates programs for alumni at various phases of life), the Federal Reserve Bank, Kaiser Permanente, Medtronic, Proctor & Gamble Latin America, Microsoft, Hewlett Packard, and LinkedIn, among many others. She is co-author of the 2009 book The Bigger Game: Why Playing a Bigger Game Designs Who You Want to Become. Caroline received her BA from Williams College magna cum laude and her MA in Human Development from St. Mary’s University. She has four grown children and ten grandchildren, is a fabulous dancer and mediocre rower, and splits her time between a Sausalito houseboat and downtown San Diego.

Sabrina M. Roblin, CPCC

Sabrina is an experienced executive, mentor, trainer, and coach. She has worked for organizations that include Wells Fargo Bank, Broderbund Software, and The Coaches Training Institute, where she worked for 14 years until she retired as Chief Learning Officer for the company. As a retired senior executive, she has direct experience in the transition process to the next phase of life with all of its challenges and gifts. Sabrina studied The Four Fold Way with cross-cultural teacher, author and consultant Angeles Arrien for almost 20 years, incorporating “walking the spiritual path with practical feet” in everything she does. She received her BA from San Francisco State University, is a singer/songwriter with a grown son, and resides in Sun Valley, Idaho, where she is an active outdoorswoman, enjoying hiking, skiing, fly-fishing and horseback riding.

Michael K. MacNeill

Recently retired, Michael was the founding partner of MAC Advisors, a firm specializing in executive coaching, leadership development, and culture transformation. For 25 years, he advised senior executives in generating winning strategies and enhancing leadership skills.

Michael has a long history of leading highly effective senior teams and facilitating leadership in a variety of industries. Formerly, he co-founded Lee Hecht Harrison’s global leadership development/coaching practice. This multimillion dollar consultancy worked with senior leaders in Fortune 1000 companies in 150 locations throughout North America, Europe, Asia, Latin America, and the South Pacific.

Michael began his career in banking and commercial real estate finance. He was a broker, manager, and director of marketing for Coldwell Banker Commercial Real Estate. He also was a partner in Bay Group, the consulting firm that created Visa International/USA’s world headquarters.

Michael graduated from Occidental College. In 1995, he took a sabbatical to study with a well-known cultural anthropologist in the areas of leadership philosophies, advanced coaching, and ancient and contemporary models of individual and team participation/contribution.

Michael’s clients included Kaiser Permanente, Charles Schwab, Franklin Templeton, VISA, Omnicon, Levi Strauss, Wells Fargo Bank, Bank of America, Pacific Gas and Electric, and Grey Advertising, among many others.

Michael splits his time between downtown San Diego and a Sausalito houseboat. He loves to swim in ridiculously cold water and is a devoted, hands-on grandfather.