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Dr. Erroline Williams, Ed.D., PCC

Executive Coach

Dr. Erroline Williams is an Executive Coach for The Bradley Partnerships, Inc. (TBP). She coaches executives, managers, emerging leaders, and women in career transition. Dr. Williams designs and implements a wide range of professional and leadership training programs and workshops for corporations and nonprofit organizations throughout the region. Dr. Williams coaches for the University of Pittsburgh Biomedical Program in addition to doctoral and post-doctoral scholars. She is on faculty with the Pittsburgh Leadership Foundation and serves as executive coach at Carnegie Mellon University’s Tepper School of Business for The Advanced Leadership Initiative (TALI). 


Dr. Williams has extensive background in the corporate environment, leading and managing team over 30 years.  She most recently worked in Learning and Development at Duquesne University, and previously at the University of Pittsburgh. She serves as Vice-President of the International Coach Federation (ICF) – Pittsburgh Chapter, also, as Board Member of Gwen’s Girls, Inc., and Dissertation Chair/Committee Member for the Point Park University Doctoral Program in Leadership and Administration. She is affiliate member of the Institute of Coaching (IOC) at McLean Hospital, Harvard Medical School.


She holds a doctorate in Higher Education Administration from the University of Pittsburgh. She has a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) as designated from the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and is a graduate of the Duquesne University Professional Coach Certification Program. Her certifications include: Emotional Intelligence EQI 2.0 and EQ 360, C-IQ Conversational Intelligence® for Coaches, and the ADAPT Career Coach Program from Duquesne University.  She is a Certified Facilitator with Development Dimensions, Inc. (DDI).  She serves as Vice-President of the International Coach Federation (ICF) – Pittsburgh Chapter. She created a robust coaching program for the Pittsburgh Promise, a nonprofit organization focused on urban youth.

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