Saeed is a certified professional life, career, business and leadership coach who has worked with individual contributors, teams and CEOs of corporations and startups such as Google, Twitter, Trulia, Facebook, as well as, philanthropists and leaders in the non-profit industry. He has worked locally, nationally and internationally with small, medium and large sized organizations assisting global clients to make organizational, career and personal choices that change their lives for the better.

Saeed is a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC). He earned his professional coaching credentials from the Co-Active Training Institute, the largest experiential coach training and leadership development organization in the world.

Saeed has spent the last 30 years in executive leadership roles with cumulative experience coaching and consulting in education, healthcare, philanthropy, and non-profit sector. He has managed corporate work-life programs, and large scale complex systems change initiatives to improve the lives of people in marginalized communities. He is passionate about helping leaders, teams, and organizations build the capacity to transform and have a positive impact in the world. He earned his undergraduate degree in Child Development and his Masters degree in Social Anthropology from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

Saeed has studied and traveled abroad extensively. He spent three years traveling and working in Asia.

He then traveled by bicycle from Indonesia to Spain and later from Alaska to San Francisco. He traveled to Israel-Palestine territories to work on a visual story telling project to help build empathy on the part of the other.

He is an avid photographer and documentarian, motorcycle, and bicycle enthusiast. He currently lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.”
― C.G. Jung


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