Sydney Davis

South Orange, NJ

  • (862) 223-9054

Let’s RISE Coaching

An inspirational force of energy, humor and authenticity, Sydney Davis and Let’s RISE coaches individuals, groups and businesses seeking transformational change amongst leadership, communication and purpose. Sydney’s direct but supportive approach propels clients to RISE (reach, inspire, succeed, evolve) in their commitments while staying aligned with their instincts, experiencing results that are both meaningful and lasting.
With a Masters in Counseling and certification as a Life Purpose and Hendricks coach, Sydney has 22 years of professional experience as a teacher, counselor, entrepreneur, leader, coach and visionary. Her clients have included large and small companies, non profits, and educational institutions. Sydney is the Founder and Executive Director of Girls on the Run NJ East where she has been empowering thousands of girls and women for over a decade. She is also an active volunteer for One to One, Women Coaching Women. Client-customized workshops, retreats and courses are designed with creative intention and fun is at the core of everything she does.

…”Sydney is uniquely able to guide groups toward their collective goals, while recognizing and building upon goals of individual members. I would recommend her to any organization seeking to increase productivity, improve corporate culture, and/or break down organizational siloes!” “Sydney is highly accomplished in her field, and among the best group facilitators I have encountered. She brings to bear a wealth of best practice tools and techniques, applied personably and expertly with cross-functional and complex audiences” “My life has changed in the most wonderful and unexpected ways since I’ve started working with her. Sydney has helped to enable me to make changes in areas of my life (both big and small) that I’ve wanted to tackle but avoided out of fear, habit or laziness. She is a thoughtful, creative, motivating coach and I’m incredibly grateful to have her support, encouragement and insight.”