Jenn Pamela Chowdhury (she/her) is a personal development and leadership coach, and founder of In Full Bloom Coaching. Through her 12 week 1:1 private coaching program, professional development workshops and community events, she helps Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) and immigrant women of color leaders and communities who are deeply exhausted from systemic oppression at the workplace and within their own lives break free from shame, guilt and fear so they can step into their power, light, and brilliance.
Over the past year, she’s helped 150+ clients find their own authentic voices; learn to embrace change and find safety within their bodies; alchemize their anger, shame and resentment into sources of wisdom; listen and honor their deepest desires; launch new initiatives, careers, projects and much more.
Her tools and teachings have led to new career paths; powerful conversations with managers, family members, and peers; the activation of personal healing journeys; creative projects; the release of deeply held old stories and limiting beliefs and more.
She synthesizes best practices in anti-oppression work, embodied leadership, and holistic healing through storytelling to execute uniquely powerful spaces. Jenn has led workshops for social impact organizations, companies and academic institutions, including NYU’s Alumni Entrepreneurship Network and the University of Michigan.
A certified meditation practitioner and Reiki Level II practitioner, Jenn writes and speaks regularly about the human spirit, healing, embodied leadership, immigration, mental health, social justice, poetry and other topics for Medium and her work has been featured in Thrive Global, Barnard Magazine, and at social impact organizations around the world.
She loves storytelling and has performed for The Moth and written and performed monologues with artist collectives, including the Aseemkala Initiative and Yoni ki Raat, on topics such as mental health, social justice and immigration at the Bowery Poetry Club and other venues. Specifically, during her time as a member of the Aseemkala Initiative, she co-created Bagalamukhi’s Words with Shilpa and Sriya, which was selected to be performed at the Bowey Poetry Club with Sakhi and International Human Rights and Arts Festival and was published in the AMA Journal of Medical Ethics.
She is a proud supporter of the Aseemkala Initiative family and community, both as an artist and a board member.