Farah Bernier is an experienced Human Resources, Sales, Marketing and Personal Branding professional. With over 10 years of corporate and independent coaching experience, Farah has developed and leveraged recruiting, analytical, crisis management, executive coaching and consulting skills across various industries, globally.
Ms. Bernier frequently delivers workshops on Personal Brand Building for students of various colleges and universities including Boston College, Boston University, and Simmons College as well as professional women and entrepreneurs connected to the Center for Women and Enterprise. She has also served as speaker for various conferences including the Babson College Association of Women MBAs, the Urban League’s Young Professionals’ Network, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.’s Young Women’s Leadership Academy, and the National Association of Asian Professionals for which she was recognized as Distinguished Speaker.
Currently, Ms Bernier serves as the Northeast Market Diversity and Inclusion Leader for her organization an is responsible for all local and national initiatives to further attract, retain, develop and advance historically underrepresented professionals in the accounting, tax and advisory professions. In her spare time, Farah is committed to Living Fabulously Fierce as a way of spotlighting, encouraging and uplifting the amazing women she finds herself having the opportunities to connect with. Her passion for young girls also shines through her LFF initiatives as she hosts sessions around self-discovery, definition, and distinction for the young girls who participate in Butterfly Collaborative. Farah enjoys reading, writing, photography, reflecting and releasing stress through intense workouts at the gym or joining in on the INSANITY workout craze. Ms. Bernier is a graduate of Boston College’s Carroll School of Management and earned her MBA in Global Studies and Entrepreneurship from Babson College.