Isabelle Lehodey

Isabelle Lehodey

“Carolyn is a project manager of project managers, the kind of individual who effortlessly builds a rich communication matrix between client and delivery teams so that the product gets built on time and budget. She exhibits tremendous adaptation skills so she can jump on any issue brought to her and suggest next steps, using her sense of humour to dissipate any tensions.

Project managers often stand at the crossroads of teams and need a sounding board, a safe place to share and learn from others in similar roles. Carolyn created that space for us across time zones. Through active listening she became an efficient escalation point, providing tailored support to each one of us and bringing learning back to all through open dialog.

On a personal level, I found Carolyn an inspiring mentor and a positive source of energy who instantly earns trust by willingly sharing her professional experience and providing insightful feedback.”

Writer, Sr. Technical Program Manager, Sadhana Consultant and Inner Realm Guide at Conscious Content
Carolyn (Koa) Elder is a published writer and Senior technical program manager who’s been writing and consulting for more than a decade with startups, nonprofits and conscious businesses, digital agencies, and fortune 50s to 500s in the Top 50 list.

Beginning in 2011, she invested more deeply in her own mindfulness exploration and education as a Sahaja yoga/meditation guide and two-time apprentice of spiritual teacher and humanitarian, Vanessa Stone. Carolyn is an Ayurvedic Sadhana Consultant, having completed training in 2018 under her teacher, Maya Tiwari. Maya served for two decades as a Vedic monk belonging to India’s prestigious Veda Vyasa lineage and is the founder of Wise Earth School of Ayurveda.

Carolyn is currently immersed in her practicum after graduating from a two-year comprehensive Hakomi Mindfulness-Centered Somatic Psychotherapy practitioner training through Hakomi Institute Southwest.

Founder of Conscious Content, a mindfulness movement for business that serves the greater collective good, her intention is to bring ancient mindfulness technology first to individuals, and then their teams and organizations to connect them more authentically with themselves, one another, and their tribe.

Conscious Content’s guiding inquiry is: what would business look like if work became our sadhana—our personal growth practice?

Her chosen name, Koa, is of Hawaiian origin and means fearless and courageous.

Her given surname, Elder, is of Scottish origin and signifies one who is wiser, older and quite possibly born near the Elderberry tree.
Carolyn Elder

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