Finding confidence with Marc A. Pitman

Executive leadership coach, speaker, and author Marc A. Pitman has helped countless nonprofits advance their missions and improve the lives of their staff and supporters. As founder of the Concord Leadership Group, he has worked with the leaders of organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, Islamic Relief USA, and the Association of the US Army to successfully navigate their way through crises, and lead their teams with greater effectiveness and less stress.

Get curious with Catherine Harrison

As a multi-disciplinary artist as well as a certified professional coach, expert facilitator, and behavior-change specialist, Catherine Harrison brings an open-minded attitude and curiosity to everything she does, whether it’s providing strategic guidance to corporate clients or performing an original song.

Page Two welcomes marketing strategist Meghan O’Neill

We’re thrilled to officially welcome the talented Meghan O’Neill to the Page Two team!

Meghan comes to us with a decade of experience in media and communications under her belt, including roles at a digital magazine and a national newspaper network.

Toasting new translation deals!

We’re raising our glasses of baiju, sake, riesling, arak, and vodka to toast the latest translation rights deals for Page Two authors! Special thanks to our translation rights associate, Stephanie Sinclair, of Transatlantic Agency, for making it possible for our authors to extend their reach around the globe.

Living compassionately with Scott Shute

Not many people can claim the title of Head of Mindfulness and Compassion programs at one of the world’s leading tech companies. But that’s exactly the role that Scott Shute holds at LinkedIn where, as Vice-President of Global Customer Operations, he led a global team of 1000 employees supporting 700 million network members around the world.

Embracing abundance with Nell Edgington

As president of management consulting firm Social Velocity, Nell Edgington has devoted her 25-year career to helping nonprofit and philanthropic leaders and organizations become more strategic, financially savvy, and confident.

Transforming social services with Gord Tulloch and Sarah Schulman

As dedicated social intrapreneurs, Gord Tulloch and Dr. Sarah Schulman have devoted their careers to supporting marginalized people. Currently Director of Innovation at posAbilities, Gord has performed many roles in the social services, both in system building and system delivery.

Starting smart with Tatiana Tsoir

Anyone who has launched a new venture—or has dreamed of doing so—knows that the hardest part isn’t developing the ideas; it’s developing a solid business plan to support and execute them. Enter Tatiana Tsoir, author, accounting expert, CEO, and founder of Linza Advisors Inc.

Embracing change with Phil Buckley

When it’s time for your company to change things up—whether it’s the way you’re doing business, or the business that you’re in—you want someone like Phil Buckley by your side. As a senior change management professional with over 25 years of experience, Phil has managed 32 large-scale change projects, including co-leading global change management for the $19.6 billion Kraft Foods acquisition of Cadbury.

Finding balance with Joey Remenyi

Joey Remenyi has seen, and experienced, the debilitating effects of tinnitus and persistent vertigo. The vestibular audiologist and neuroplasticity therapist, who has experienced vestibular migraine symptoms, tinnitus, and Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) herself, was tired of hearing healthcare professionals say that the symptoms were untreatable.

In her popular ROCK STEADY course, the founder and director of Seeking Balance International helps sufferers heal their tinnitus or vertigo with the power of neuroplasticity. We are thrilled to be working with Joey as she shares her life-changing tools in her upcoming book ROCK STEADY, out this fall! Read on to learn more about Joey and her holistic approach to healing.

Gabrielle Narsted promoted to Director of Operations

We are pleased to announce that Gabrielle Narsted has been promoted to Director of Operations. In this role, Gabi will implement and manage systems improvements, as well as help lead corporate operations. She will also continue to handle project management for some books and authors working with authors.