OSC Leadership Performance is delighted to announce the appointment of Jennifer Davis as Partner. Jennifer joins from Duke-NUS Medical School where she was the Director of Student Personal and Professional Leadership, working with medical students, faculty and leaders, as well as SingHealth leaders to enhance individual, team and system performance and resilience. She brings over 20 years of experience in coaching, psychotherapy, facilitation and deep knowledge in the space of mindfulness and wellness.
“We are so excited to be working with Jennifer at this time in OSC’s growth”, said Saba Hasanie, Managing Director (Singapore) and Senior Partner. “She brings a depth of experience that is so very critical for many organisations and significant knowledge having partnered with leaders in the medical training, healthcare, and education sectors. Jennifer will be leading our Healthcare & Education practices, while broadening our expertise to continue to enable OSC to offer high quality coaching and leadership development to our clients.”
“Jennifer is an excellent addition to our team, and we are looking forward to working with her to further develop our client-focused programmes”, added Ellie Scarf, Managing Director (Australia) and Senior Partner. “All clients are unique and as a result we customise our programmes to address their individual needs. Jennifer has extensive knowledge of developing and facilitating performance, resilience and corporate mindfulness training programmes, that we look forward to incorporating into our offering across Asia-Pacific.”
On joining OSC Leadership Performance, Jennifer Davis said, “I’m thrilled to be joining the team at OSC and starting this new chapter together. This partnership is a fortification of our shared commitment to growth in the healthcare and education sectors – areas I’m deeply passionate about. Our collective expertise also allows us to expand on the invaluable services OSC already provides. I look forward to contributing to OSC’s work with leaders as they manage this moment, and whatever the next one may be.”