About Maureen Tarantello

Maureen Tarantello

Facilitator & Executive Coach

Proven executive coach who inspires leaders to deliver results through people leadership, revenue growth and margin improvement. Empowers others to achieve and grow. Motivates clients with positivity, support, grace, enthusiasm, and intellect. Facilitates executives and teams to achieve goals.

Experience spans five legacy company names, three decades, three lines of business and two markets at Willis Towers Watson (WTW), a $9B publicly traded consulting and broking organization. Led teams with local, regional, national and global scope, P&L and growth goals.

Roles included managing director, North America growth coach, United States co-leader, West region leader, Dallas market leader, Chicago strategic rewards practice leader, compensation consultant, analyst and defined contribution benefits specialist. Promoted through successive levels of leadership ultimately responsible for 15,000 people and $4B revenue.

Executive sponsor for SHE Leads women’s development, under-represented talent, inclusion and diversity initiatives. Coach to high potential leaders, integration and transformation teams. Consulting depth in total rewards strategies, pay for performance, change management, mergers & acquisitions (M&A), diversity, equity & inclusion (DEI), benefits design & admin.

Skills in accountability, adaptability, change resiliency, client relationship management, collaboration, communication, decision making, facilitation, leadership, listening, negotiation, problem solving and sales.

Certified Professional Coach from iPEC. Associate Certified Coach (ACC) and member of International Coaching Federation (ICF). Named 50 Women to Watch for Boards by 50/50 Women on Boards. Degrees from Northwestern University, MM from Kellogg Graduate School of Management, and Cornell University, BS from School of Hotel Administration.

Appointed to Cornell University Council, president of the Cornell Alumni Association of DFW, past Chair of the Board of Directors of the Human Resources Management Association of Chicago (HRMAC), graduate and past advisor for Leadership Dallas. Former volunteer and board roles at American Heart Association Cotes du Coeur, Richardson Symphony League and Young Men’s Service League.


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