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Sarah Hyche

MBA Admissions Consultant
Academic Background

Princeton University ’92 
BA in English and American Studies Program

Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management ’99 
MBA in Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Organizational Behavior. Co-Chair of High Tech Club and Club 26 (marathon club).

Work Experience

Sarah is an accomplished leadership consultant and credentialed executive coach, advising business professionals in career advancement and leadership strategies. She partners with her clients to accelerate personal and professional performance and expand leadership capacity.

Sarah coaches a range of clients both nationally and internationally.  Clients include C-level executives to mid-level managers, in industries ranging from banking, software, healthcare, biotech, retail, and consulting, to entrepreneurial ventures. Sarah provides ongoing executive coaching and career advisory services to alumni of numerous top business school and executive programs, including Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, where she earned her M.B.A.

Sarah served as Senior Vice President, Leadership Development at Bank of America, delivering executive coaching and on-boarding, talent and performance management, and organizational design services for the Global Marketing organization.

Sarah is also an accomplished strategy, marketing and product professional, bringing over 20 years of professional experience to her coaching practice.  She has held senior positions across a range of industries and organizations, including Bank of America, Red Ventures, Nuance Communications, Vignette, [email protected], Kaiser Permanente and Accenture.  

Sarah holds her coaching credentials with the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and The Coaches Training Institute.

Area of Expertise

Pre-MBA career coaching, post-MBA career transitions, admissions process, executive coaching.

A little more in-depth:

What I like most about being a Stratus Prep MBA Admissions Counselor:

Working with individuals who are taking the initiative to drive their own career through learning about themselves and going after what they want to achieve, both personally and professionally.

3 Random Facts:

  1. I met my husband at the finish line of a trail race –we still run the same race every year (12 years and counting!)
  2. I have two children, a boy and a girl – and also a dog – who remind me daily about what really matters
  3. Playing with “perspectives” is one of my favorite tools in coaching – it’s amazing what you can learn about a situation when you take a different view