Pat Drew


Pat is an expert in individual and organizational performance. Her work leads to greater engagement and enhanced business results. She helps executives (and journalists) thrive in high-stress assignments. 

Pat has been a senior consultant with Guttman Development Strategies, a leading consulting firm in the area of Team Alignment. She was a Director in Human Resources at The New York Times during the turbulent 1990's where she developed coaching programs across five divisions leading to resolution of high cost performance problems. 

Earlier in her career, Pat was a Manager and Director of Training at the Psychiatric Institute of Columbia University. She was an Instructor at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, and Associate Professor of Social Work at New York University. She has Masters degrees in Psychology, Social Work and European History. 

Pat has been on the faculty for the "Managing Global Account Certification" at Columbia Business School and the Faculty of the Sulzberger News Media Executive Leadership Program at Columbia Journalism School. Pat has been a presenter at Harvard's Neiman Foundation Symposium, "Journalists and Trauma."