Belinda Chiu, Ed.D. believes in the power of play and the authentic life as a path to a more peaceful, joyful, and connected world.
She has worked in undergraduate and graduate university admissions, such as with Dartmouth College, Barnard College, the Kenan-Flagler Business School, and the Fletcher School. Experienced in the private, nonprofit, and government sectors, she has also served as an evaluator with organizations such as the National Honor Societies, Jack Kent Cooke Foundation, the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders. Her writing has been featured in numerous places, such as Thrive Global, UNESCO Mindful.org, Key Step Media, Goleman EI, Laughter on Call, and the Association of Nature & Forest Therapy , including Belinda’s writing has been featured in Mindful.org, Inside Higher Ed, UNESCO, and other academic journals.
An ICF PCC-level coach, she serves as visiting/program faculty and leadership coach for Tuck’s Global Leadership and MBA/MS programs; Dartmouth’s LEADS Program and the Rockefeller Center’s Management & Leadership Development Program; and Gabelli TALK at Fordham University. She is a True North Leadership Teaching Fellow, Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute Certified Teacher, Goleman EI Certified Emotional Intelligence Meta-Coach, and Mind Gym Lead Coach. She is an Executive and Leadership Coach with Ignition Coaching LLC, advisor of eiFOCUS, and an International Liaison for the U.S. Department of State. Belinda is a certified RYT© yoga teacher, third-degree Reiki practitioner, a Forest Therapy guide-in-training, and a member of Laughter on Call and Valley Improv.
Belinda currently lives in Hanover, New Hampshire with Bandit, the pink-nosed pup.