Adrienne Milics is a Lecturer in Homiletics and Speech at Yale Divinity School. She is an executive coach specializing in leadership, communication and presentation skills. Adrienne’s clients include Fortune 500 companies, non-profit organizations, industry groups, clergy and private individuals. A life-long learner, Adrienne received her professional coach training in the Georgetown University Leadership Coaching Certificate Program, and has an MBA from the University of Connecticut, a Master of Music in Opera Performance from the Boyer College of Music at Temple University, a Graduate Certificate in Finance from the University of Hartford, and a Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies and Social Sciences from Wagner College. Prior to becoming an executive coach, Adrienne was a Senior Vice President of Information Technology with CIGNA, a Fortune 500 company. Adrienne is a classically trained singer with over 30 years of professional experience performing opera, song recitals and jazz. She also teaches in the Business School at Central Connecticut State University.
B.A. Wagner College
B.Mus., M.Mus. Boyer College of Music at Temple University
Graduate Certificate in Finance, Barney School of Business, University of Hartford
M.B.A. University of Connecticut
Graduate Certificate in Leadership Coaching, Georgetown University
Singing and performing classical and sacred music.