Amy Lombardo

Amy Lombardo, a Life Coach, lives in NJ, United States. She is half Dominican and speaks both Spanish and English. She has three daughters who are in their tweens. She is the first in her family to attend college. 

Amy earned her master’s degree in School Counseling and has been a High School Counselor for the past 11 years. 

Tell us about your life before the venture/ leading up to your venture?

Before becoming an entrepreneur, I worked as a High School Counselor with students helping identify their academics, post-secondary, and well-being. I am active in education organizations. I wanted to become a certified life coach and pursue my own business. I received my certification through Youth Coaching Institute and have worked with teens and young adults since.

Tell us something about your organization. What is it about and how is it helpful for people?

I am the founder and owner of Amy Lombardo, Life Coach. I provide coaching services to teens and young adults in academic, career, and life coaching. My services are goal-oriented, helping clients to focus on improving their self-esteem, self-confidence, motivation, and more…

What has been the response of the consumers towards your venture? 

The responses that I have been receiving from consumers have been motivating and informative as a business coach. It’s so important to receive testimonials from clients to boost your business marketing. I have received recognition from the Coach Foundation as a top coach as a woman in leadership. 

How has your life changed because of your venture?

As an entrepreneur and a business owner as a life coach, it has opened so many possibilities. The opportunity to network and meet people around the world sharing my passion for working with teens and young adults. As a woman in a leadership position, I have become a role model to other women and girls to follow their dreams. 

Give a motivational message for the audience/women who are reading this.

Growth is uncomfortable because you’ve never been here before– you’ve never been this version of you.

-Kristin Lohr