Amina Khalil, speaker, published author of many articles, and an author of the forthcoming book Interpersonal Skills For Success, has more than 35 years of experience working with women and men from different cultures to overcome differences and harmonize family, school, and work environments. Her service leadership qualities have allowed her to gain the cooperation of diverse groups when managing projects and events. Her studies of International Marketing, Cross-Cultural Communication, Psychology, and Intersections in Sociology, helped shape her approach to working with many foreign students and expatriates working and living in the United States and facilitating workshops and seminars for them and their families. For eleven years, Amina worked directly with youth on their personal development and leadership abilities; today, many are happily married and are successful professionals in their various fields. Amina has given lectures for many organizations and various universities, among them Michigan State University and the University of Michigan.
Relationship Coaching, Cross-Cultural Intelligence, Emotional Intelligence, Diversity Engagement, Personal Development, Effective Communication, Stress Management, Self-Confidence and Strength Enhancement, Cross-Cultural Communication Skills.
Certifications and Education:
Amina is a Certified Professional Coach (CPC) from the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC) as well as an Energy Leadership Index Assessment Master Practitioner (ELI-MP). She is a Certified Strategic Intervention Coach, Marriage Education and Divorce Prevention certified from the Robbins-Madanes Coach Training and is working on her Total Breakthrough Certification as well as achieving Breakthroughs with Women. Amina is a graduate of the Eli Broad School of Business at Michigan State University with a major in Supply Chain Management (previously known as Materials and Logistics Management). She has a second BA in Religious and Islamic Studies from the European Institute of Human Sciences. Currently, she is working toward becoming an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) through the International Coach Federation.