Jovian Zayne is a leadership and professional development coach with nearly a decade of experience in change management, global leadership development, and organizational transition planning. She leads Jovian Zayne, LLC, a firm committed to helping organizations and individuals to “Live on Purpose” through targeted coaching, public speaking and facilitation experiences. Jovian is a recognized Thought Leader in the professional development and diversity-‐training field, and has served as a featured speaker for institutions such as Columbia University, Harvard University, and The Clinton Foundation. She has digital publication features including Black Enterprise, Levo League and Essence Magazine.
She currently serves as a professional development and diversity consultant for clients across the private and public sector in industries including entertainment, media, and human education, and social justice. Her mantra “Live on Purpose” drives not only her professional success but serves as an effective motivational tool that she encourages her clientele to live by, and a metric by which to assess their impact and leadership development. She is passionate about inspiring the individuals and organizations that she works with to be architects of change and stewards of purposeful living.
Jovian has a demonstrated track record of producing sound professional development strategies and yielding organizational successes through quality client management with companies like Janelle Monáe’s Wondaland Records; Executive Directors at Teach For America, Educators 4 Excellence, The Accelerate Institute, The White House and others. Originally from North Carolina, she currently lives in New York City, and has a BA in Psychology from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.