Dr. Sally Ourieff brings over twenty-‐five years of experience as a physician, corporate leader, and nonprofit founder to her work as an executive consultant and coach. As founder of Translational Consulting, she works with executives and physician and scientist leaders in the healthcare, life sciences, pharma, and other industries. She uses her expertise to help leaders leverage their impact, build dynamic teams, and develop effective strategic and tactical thinking within very fast-‐paced, forward thinking organizations. As a physician, she has deep understanding of the economic, policy, and organizational issues facing leaders and the growing role of physician leadership within the field.
Sally has held leadership positions in a variety of healthcare settings including Associate Medical Director of Merit Behavioral Healthcare Corporation, Medical Director of Addictions and of Child Psychiatry at Deaconess Waltham Hospital, and Medical Director of several community mental health agencies. Prior to medical school, Sally worked as a journalist for the Lowell Sun newspaper. She then combined her journalism and medical background as an on-‐air radio host for Talk America, script advisor for Warner Brothers television (including ER and The Client), and on-‐air host for WFXT television’s original programming, one of which won a regional Emmy award. She also uses her understanding of media to help organizations understand the impact of social, mobile, and cloud technology on leadership and business models.
Sally is a Founding Fellow of the Institute of Coaching at Harvard Medical School and leader of The Boston Executive Coaching Round Table, a group of Boston’s leading executive coaches. She also leads physician coaching for The Heller School of Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University. Sally has been a speaker at the Microsoft Women’s Leadership Forum, written for local New England magazines, and mentors young entrepreneurs in the healthcare space. In addition to Sally’s executive consulting work, she is also co-‐founder of Hatun Runa, a nonprofit that leads professionals and student teams into the Peruvian Andes to support medical and educational development. She graduated with academic honors from Stanford University and received her medical degree from Harvard Medical School.