Pronounced as “ten-shi”
(means “angels” in Japanese)
We are a tech-enabled startup with a mission to advance gender diversity and leadership development through executive coaching
Our Founder & CEO Maggie Chan Jones was the first female CMO of SAP and was recently named one of the world’s most influential CMOs by Forbes. As a woman of color, she realized that her ascension to the C-suite in the male-dominated tech industry was rare and shouldn’t be.
Her solution? A startup dedicated to advancing gender diversity through executive coaching, one female leader at a time.
Tenshey is pronounced “ten-she,” which means “angels” in Japanese. Maggie credits much of her success to the coaches, mentors and sponsors that gave her the wings to reach for her dreams.
Combining Maggie’s personal experiences as a C-suite executive with a group of hand-picked coaches, Tenshey clients benefit from a unique collection of perspectives and a team that supports them every step of the way.
Paying it forward
At Tenshey, we believe in paying it forward and using our superpowers to help the next generation of talent become successful leaders.
We are thrilled to announce that Tenshey has been selected as The Marketing Academy’s official US Coaching Partner.
Sponsored by Salesforce, Wall Street Journal, Mars Wrigley Confectionery, Delta Air Lines, Facebook and KFC Global, The Marketing Academy is a non-profit organization that delivers world class leadership programs in marketing, media, communications and advertising to executives at every level, from emerging leaders to CMO’s. Tenshey will provide premium executive coaching services to 30 U.S. scholars.
After eight successful years in the United Kingdom and four years in Australia, The Marketing Academy has launched its first Scholarship Program in the United States based in New York City.
For more visit: The Marketing Academy: Coaching