Amy Wegener is an Executive Coach who partners with mid-career, senior and C-level executives to develop and enhance their leadership skills, set and achieve professional goals and aspirations, and successfully navigate career reinventions. She has worked with leaders in global enterprises, mid-sized companies, and start-ups. Her coaching experience spans multiple industries, including venture capital, technology, cryptocurrency, engineering, law firms, in-house legal operations, legal technology, healthcare, and entertainment.
Amy previously spent nearly three decades in leadership roles at a global law firm, with the last ten years focused on leading innovation, digital transformation, legal services, and modernizing legal operations. Amy’s expertise includes business strategy, leadership development, organizational design, large-scale change management, and technology deployment. Amy directed and led a global, multi-functional department of lawyers, technologists, and legal operations professionals. She was recognized in 2020 by the Financial Times as Practice and Business Leader in the Global Legal sector.
She has a passion for continuous development and professional growth. Beyond coaching, she shares her interests in a variety of subjects as a law lecturer, speaker series organizer, professional association member, mentor, and volunteer. Amy teaches a course on artificial intelligence at UC Irvine School of Law, co-founded the California Legal Technology Group, and serves on advisory boards for Legalmation and 50/50 Leadership.
Amy earned an executive coaching certification at UC Berkeley’s Executive Coaching Institute. She earned a B.A. from Bucknell University and an M.L.I.S from San Jose State University.
During her career, Amy was fortunate to have had mentors and coaches. She now strives to pay this forward.