Kate Tandy, Ph.D. is an executive coach, psychotherapist, consultant and expert speaker on work life balance. She develops curriculum and materials for Leadership Development cohorts, presents motivational discussions on "Peak Performance While Leading a Balanced Life," and is a certified Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Administrator.
Most recently, Dr. Tandy served as a Senior Operations Officer for a nationally recognized health care organization for more than 10 years where she led several operational areas with more than 350 employees. She ran a successful Consulting and Mediation company for numerous years with both national and local clients, including hospitals, media groups, government agencies, medical facilities, manufacturing companies and legal practices. Dr. Tandy has also led human resource operations for many organizations. When in private practice, Dr. Tandy served as a Psychotherapist. She has also served in the Peace Corps in Colombia, South America.
Dr. Tandy's clinical and operational background uniquely qualifies her to lead executives through the process of excelling in their careers while balancing their lives.
Dr. Tandy received her Ph.D. from the Fielding Institute in Human and Organizational Systems and received her Master’s Degree from Western State University in Psychology. She is past president of CASA of Kern County and the Kern County chapter of the Society for Human Resources Management. She is a panelist for the American Arbitration Association as well as, a mediator for Ventura and Kern County court systems.
Dr. Tandy has four grown children and resides with her husband, Alan, in Bakersfield, California.