Jan Levine is an executive coach and Senior Consultant for The Leader’s Edge and works with individuals, team leaders, and management to discover and unlock innate and unique potential; develop awareness, resiliency, and a growth mindset; and support insight, vision, and transformation.

Jan helps leaders explore behaviors or habits that sabotage, drain energy, and ultimately hold back success to reduce or eliminate the impact of such tendencies that create obstacles blocking an individual or team from moving from where they are currently to where they want to be.

As an executive coach, Jan is CPCC certified through the Co-Active Training Institute (CTI) Coach Certification Program. She is also certified in the Leadership Circle Profile Assessment and is Enneagram certified. Jan completed the University of Pennsylvania Mindfulness Program as well as the Positive Intelligence Program and is an Institute of Coaching Fellow through McLean, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School.

Prior to becoming an executive coach, Jan practiced law for thirty-five years including litigating large commercial disputes and serving as an advisor, team leader, and mentor. Jan began her law career as an associate at Dechert, LLP (then Dechert, Price & Rhoads) in 1985, before becoming an equity partner, and head of its Health Care Group for a number of years. In 2007, she joined Pepper Hamilton LLP (now Troutman Pepper) as an equity partner and served as Co-Chair of the Commercial Litigation Group, before transitioning from law to full-time executive and leadership coaching.

In addition to her for-profit work, Jan has experience working on behalf of not-for-profit entities such as hospitals, healthcare systems, and trade associations.

Her pro-bono work includes serving as Vice Chair of The Women’s Law Project and previously representing children and adolescent survivors of sexual assault for The Support Center for Child Advocates. She was also a Board member of The AIDS Law Project.

Jan is a graduate of Temple University Beasley School of Law and the University of Pennsylvania. She completed Leadership, Inc., a nonprofit program designed to select and train civil leaders in Philadelphia, as well as the American Health Lawyers Association arbitration and advanced mediation training. She is also a member of the American Law Institute.

Jan lives in Philadelphia with her husband, Michael Zuckerman, a professor at Temple University’s Fox School of Business and risk management consultant and has two adult children.