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Lizi Oceransky - My CV

Lizi Oceransky Professional and Executive Coaching Denver

Lizi Oceransky

7968 S Clayton Cir, Centennial, CO 80122

(408) 373-2003


Professional Summary: Courageously committed to guide, develop and empower others to grow personally and professionally in pursuit of their goals. My multicultural background and experience are key components of my professional career. I fearlessly connect with others helping them identify their critical strengths to cope with their challenges, facilitating change and supporting them to build a transformative action plan. While compassionate and empathetic, I’m an out-of-the-box and daring, motivating people to bring their best to their personal and professional lives.



  • Excellent listening skills

  • Confidential / Trustworthy

  • Strong and efficient communicator

  • Team player and positive attitude

  • Multilingual, multicultural perspective

  • Group facilitation and training

  • Outstanding multi-tasking

  • Highly organized and detail oriented



  • M.A. - Counseling, Haifa University, Israel

  • B.A. - Special Education, Haifa University, Israel



  • Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator by Dr. Brené Brown

  • Co-Active Coaching Certification, Coaching Training Institute (“CTI”)

  • Interpersonal Dynamics - Stanford University 

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy – JFK University

  • Leadership Mastery – Esalen Institute


Languages: English, Spanish, Hebrew


Professional Experience


Certified Professional Co-Active Coach | Executive Coach & Public Speaker |

Certified Daring Way™ & Rising Strong™ Group Facilitator              2013-Present

  • Co-facilitated at UC Berkeley Extension course “Daring to Live Greatly: Women Living with Courage”, since 2017. Facilitated groups for The Daring Way™ and Rising Strong™ curriculum. Translated and adapted The Daring Way™ curriculum to Hebrew and Spanish language and cultures.

  • Developed new curriculum for group facilitation in various topics, based on clients’ needs.

  • Helped clients to bring their best in their professional and personal lives so they can live in alignment with their values and maximize their potential. Guided clients through relationship and conflict resolution issues.

  • Prepared clients for job interviews; assist with the matching of inner and professional strengths and job requirements; coaching on multi-cultural issues, includes relocation, communication effectiveness and more.

  • Facilitated professional hi-tech groups in topics related to courage, vulnerability, shame, authenticity and value recognition, increasing their performance and leadership skills.

  • Provided 1:1 sessions specialized in life transitions (relocation, unemployment, job interview, job transition), relationship issues, communication, self-acceptance, help clients find fulfillment in their lives. Helped clients recognize and work through limiting beliefs, which keep them from performing at the highest level.


Jewish Family Services of Silicon Valley                                               

2008-2014  -  Counselor and Certified Life Coach

  • Created unique, empowered relationships with clients to serve as a catalyst for change and fulfillment.

  • Designed a safe environment for clients to have focused conversations to clarify choices, explore perspectives and make changes.

  • Provided supportive counseling and coaching to hundreds of individuals, couples, and families.

  • Assisted clients with transitions, relationship issues and interpersonal challenges (relocation, job interviews, and readiness for work).

  • Case management of hundreds of individual, couples and family cases.


Jewish Family Services of Silicon Valley                                                                      2006-2013 - Program Manager: No One Abandoned Here (NOAH)

  • Created a practice for Israelis in Relocation, in order to provide support to arriving families.

  • Founded the Raising Parents Open Forum, which provides tools & education for parents.

  • Founded the Big-Hearted Birthday Program, which teaches children and adults philanthropy.

  • Managed the Embrace a Family Program, which provides assistance to families in need during the holiday season.

  • Established Collaborative Programs serving as a liaison with community resources and other Non-Profit Organizations.

  • Managed March of Living Grant including leading a team that assessed scholarships to young adult candidates to participate in the March of Living, focused on the Holocaust.

  • Managed effective Marketing, Communication, and Promotion of programs including volunteer outreach.


Volunteering - Social Services

2012:  Fundraised 300% above quota needed to participate in the 2012 Susan G. Komen 3-Day Walk for Breast Cancer Awareness - Fundraising.


2000-2001: Volunteer Counselor in George Maine Elementary School, San Jose, CA.

  • Coached Hispanic immigrant students through the adjustment process in the USA.


1996-1998: Coordinated and trained volunteers in the Rape Crisis Center, Haifa, Israel

  • Mentored, trained and established ongoing support tools for volunteers.

  • Supported victims and their families.

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