Sally Ourieff, MD
Dr. Sally Ourieff brings over twenty-five years of experience as a physician, corporate leader, and nonprofit founder to her work as an executive advisor and coach. She has experience in multiple industries from finance to global retain, with a primary focus in health care, pharmaceuticals, and academia. Sally brings a deep understanding of organizational management, strategic thinking, and team and human dynamics to her practice. With her background in health care and research, Sally often works with physician and scientist leaders overseeing transformative change in very complex environments.
Sally has held senior positions in a variety of academic and community health care settings. She is on faculty at The Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University where she teaches leadership and directs the coaching program in the Executive MBA for physicians. She is founder of The Boston Executive Coaching Roundtable, a group of Boston’s leading executive coaches and is on the Board of Directors of two innovative healthcare nonprofits: Care 2 Communities, providing primary care services in Haiti and the EDI Institute, using technology to support recovery from illness and employee well-being. Through Hatun Runa, the non-profit she co-founded, Sally has been leading teams into the Peruvian Andes for over ten years, providing medical and educational resources to remote villages.
Sally graduated with Academic Honors from Stanford University in Human Biology and received her medical degree from Harvard Medical School.