Career Coach, Korn Ferry Advance

Jennifer Zamora is a Career Coach with Korn Ferry based in the Firm's Dallas office. She leverages her expertise as a human resources leader and passion for coaching and development to help individuals identify pursue and achieve their career goals.

Jennifer Zamora has expertise coaching and advising business professionals at all levels from front-line employees to senior executives in various stages of their leadership and career development across industries and functions.  She thrives on partnering with people to develop and connect their passion, purpose, and talents to achieve success in their careers.

Prior to working at Korn Ferry, Ms. Zamora has served as a talent development leader at a global law firm where she was responsible for leading performance management for the firm and developing programs to integrate coaching into the organization. 

Prior to Korn Ferry, Ms. Zamora worked in a Fortune 100 media entertainment company and global professional services firms. She is an insightful talent management and development leader with expertise in developing and engaging top talent. 

Ms. Zamora brings a unique perspective and practical approach to helping her clients own and drive their careers by tapping into their motivations and drivers, aspirations and talents to increase their awareness and insights of core strengths and development areas. She helps leaders and individuals at all levels gain develop and master new skills, navigate the nuances of their current role, ready themselves for their next role, lead through change, or lead for impact. 

Ms. Zamora received a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, California. She also holds a Graduate Certificate in Executive and Professional Coaching from the University of Texas at Dallas and a Certificate in Human Resources Management from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California. She is currently finishing a Master of Science in Leadership and Organizational Development at the University of Texas at Dallas.