Judith Schechtman, M.S.W. is a Senior Consultant and a principal in Triangle Associates, St. Louis, an international consulting firm specializing in leadership and organizational management. One of the founders of the School Leadership Program and the Institute for Aspiring Heads for the National Association of Independent Schools, Ms. Schechtman has written and researched extensively on a broad spectrum of topics related to governance and leadership. Her clients include schools across North America, Europe and Central America.
Ms. Schechtman facilitates governance workshops, leadership development programs, and strategic planning in the United States and around the world. She also serves as executive coach for senior leaders in universities, independent and international schools. Formerly an adjunct professor at Washington University in the graduate school of Social Work for 15 years, Ms. Schechtman has designed and developed assessment methodologies for boards, heads and senior leaders in independent and international schools.
Ms. Schechtman received her BA in psychology from Northwestern University, Evanston, IL and her graduate degree from Washington University in St. Louis. She currently resides in St Louis with her husband, Richard. Their daughter lives and works in Washington, D.C. She has been co-owner of Triangle Associates of St. Louis since 1999.