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Sumona De Graaf

Part-time Clinical Assistant Professor, Industrial-Organizational Master's Program

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Sumona partners with leaders of organizations to unleash their true potential through management assessment, leadership coaching, and talent and organizational development solutions. She works across multiple sectors, advising clients on their most critical organizational and leadership challenges.  Sumona has had extensive experience coaching senior leaders, particularly during key transitions in their careers. She has also worked with high potential and high flight risk talent to drive talent retention efforts for companies. Her background in psychology coupled with her applied experience position her uniquely to coach and develop leaders to perform at their best.  Prior to joining ghSMART, Sumona was the global head of Career Development at Bloomberg LP. There she worked across all levels of the organization, working to attract, develop and retain key talent. With a data- driven approach, she designed and implemented initiatives that addressed the talent and organizational challenges that leaders and employees face as they navigate their careers. She was often turned to as an advisor to senior leaders across the organization, and called upon for her creativity and energy used to solve complex people issues. She has nearly a decade of experience working in the financial sector.  Sumona’s passion lies in aligning people and practices to the broader organizational mission and vision. With line of sight, she believes that people derive more meaning and value from their work – resulting in higher levels of productivity and organizational success.  Sumona has a Ph.D. in Industrial Organizational Psychology from The George Washington University, and a B.S. in Psychology from Lehigh University. 

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