Jennifer Ouyang Altman has an MBA from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business, a B.A. in psychology from Amherst College, and 10 years of sales leadership experience.
She applies her sales and psychology background to help clients discover their unique style of leadership and create more choices as they face complexity and ambiguity. Her writing has been published in the Los Angeles Times and she facilitates courses on communication at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business. Her approach to communication follows the rules of radio: clarity, simplicity, and personality. You can’t speak and listen at the same time.
Jennifer works with clients across industries including finance, consulting, healthcare, venture capital, e-commerce, banking, tech, and education.
Education & Credentials
- MBA from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business
- B.A. in psychology from Amherst College
“Jen has a warm, artful way of guiding her clients to explore options and solutions. After sessions with Jen, I felt relaxed, at peace, and assured. I am normally very solution-oriented, but was stuck on my own. Jen challenged my assumptions and pushed back in a non-threatening way, opening my aperture a bit. I found a new perspective as well as new options that I hadn’t considered. Jen is also great at discerning my values, keeping me accountable to them, and not avoiding hard conversations.”Austin W., Venture Investor & Consultant
“Jen was adept at picking up my self sabotaging tendencies. She challenged those assumptions in a way that wasn’t confrontational. She gave me a structured space to articulate my thoughts and opened my eyes in a new way to what success looks like and how to find wins in ambiguity.”John C., Private Equity
“Jen challenged me in new ways while still honoring how I show up as a leader. I felt like my perspective was fully being heard and came out of the session feeling at peace with actionable next steps that felt realistic.”Adanta A., Nonprofit Education Chief Program Officer