Sean Harvey, MSOD, MSEd

Sean.jpgSean Harvey currently serves as the head of Personal Transformation and Well-being for Eileen Fisher, Inc.  He is also a member of the Leadership, Learning and Development team where he bridges the work of transformational learning, purpose, mindfulness, embodiment, conscious leadership, limiting beliefs, and shadow into integrated program offerings that enhance wellbeing for employees across the company.   Sean brings 20+ years of people and organizational development experience to his role. 

Over the last year, Sean formed an internal circle for the men of Eileen Fisher to elevate the energy around the ideas of progressive masculinity, the transformation journey for men to elevate one’s consciousness to greater authenticity, deeper connection, and sense of purpose.  He has also served as a volunteer facilitator on masculinity in the boys program of the Eileen Fisher Leadership Institute.

Previously, he headed a consulting division of a boutique consulting firm overseeing 150 consultants and coaches that primarily served Wall Street and media companies across NYC. In this role, he created a methodology for a socially conscious leadership program he and his team created for the next generation of leaders and talent across a myriad of for-profit and non-profit organizations.  As a values-driven career coach, Sean had led workshops for the public on Social Impact focused careers.

Sean also served on the faculties of NYU Wagner School of Public Service, Cornell University, and Baruch College CUNY as an adjunct professor in the areas of leadership, organization behavior, and organizational change.  At the age of 16, he founded a non-profit for gay and lesbian youth, YouthQuest, for the city of Dayton, Ohio which now serves LGBTQ youth across southwest Ohio. 

Sean holds an MSOD in organization development from Loyola University Chicago, an MSED in counseling (focused on existential psychotherapy) from Fordham University, and a graduate certificate in Public Services Administration and undergraduate degree from DePaul University.  In September, 2018, Sean entered an inter-spiritual seminary program that will help him deepen his work in the personal transformation space in service of helping men engage in a thoughtful, transformative journey of exploration around healing, redefining masculinity, and enriched well-being.