Jenny Davidson-Goldbronn is a valued leadership coach, organizational strategist, facilitator, and fundraiser whose success is grounded in a life-long commitment to mission-driven work. She is known for her authenticity, a unique blend of humility, courage, and humor that puts the individuals and teams with whom she works at ease.
With more than 25 years of professional experience, Jenny has held leadership roles at some of Los Angeles’ preeminent institutions, including UCLA AIDS Institute within the David Geffen School of Medicine, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, AIDS Project Los Angeles, and the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles. Her clients range from grassroots organizations to University systems, with special expertise in higher education, public and global health, human rights, and LGBTQ+ initiatives.
Jenny has a strong commitment to the LGBTQ+ community at large, as consultant, lay leader, and donor along with her wife who serves on various boards. She was a very proud Point Foundation mentor and supporter. Jenny holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Brandeis University, and a Master’s in Psychology from Pepperdine University. She is a ICF-certified executive coach trained at the esteemed Hudson Institute of Coaching.
She lives with her wife in Studio City, California.