Angelina Darrisaw is an international business and career coach, a digital media strategist and brand ambassador.
She is the founder and CEO of C-Suite Coach, a groundbreaking career coaching platform that provides accessible professional development resources to diverse, millennial professionals. She collaborates with employers to create business solutions that empower and educate teams and facilitates transformative career workshops and experiences for working professionals and students. A 1st prize winner of Uber’s NYC Pitch Competition, C-Suite Coach has a growing global client footprint with entrepreneurs and working professionals across the United States, Israel, Australia, Canada, and more. C-Suite Coach has been featured in numerous media outlets, including Business Insider, Fast Company and Essence, and career sites such as Levo.com and Monster.com. Angelina has presented at events including: the 2016 Democratic National Convention Diversity Breakfast, WICT’s National Conference, the Black Female Founder’s Demo at Google and The Root’s Women Making History panel among others.
As a digital media strategist, Angelina has worked for major media companies such as Bloomberg, HBO and ESPN. Prior to founding C-Suite Coach, she was the Senior Manager of Digital Business Development at Viacom where she developed strategic business opportunities and partnerships with social media platforms like Twitter, Snapchat, Tumblr and more. Angelina also launched and led many diversity and career workshops for Viacom’s employees.
As a My Black is Beautiful and Pantene brand ambassador, Angelina was featured in national ads in Oprah, Ebony and Essence magazines and profiles in Buzzfeed, Huffington Post and BET.com and has hosted self-esteem workshops to inspire women, girls and young people across the country.
Angelina holds an M.A. in Management from Wake Forest University and a Certificate of Coaching from New York University. She also has a B.A. in Political Science from Davidson College. Angelina proudly serves on the board of Youth Communication, as well as the steering committee for the Alvin Ailey’s Young Patrons Circle and the Wake Forest School of Business’ Development Council. She is a member of the Council of Urban Professionals and a 2014 CUP Fellow selected for exemplary leadership. She serves as a mentor for General Assembly’s inaugural mentoring program. She is also a two-time Top 20 finalist for Miss New York USA and a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.