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Coach Spotlight: Xiaofan Null

Coach Spotlight: Xiaofan Null In each coaching session I have with my clients, I seek to inspire, share, expand connections, and create new possibilities. I love helping individuals gain confidence in themselves so they can view their transition experience as an adventure in exploration and discovery. 

Through gentle guidance, I encourage clients to gain a heightened level of clarity to attract new opportunities.  
In my role as a Senior Global Career/Transition Coach, I focus on making an impact one person and one family at a time. The scope of my work includes coaching clients across the U.S. and the world as they embark on their relocation journey. I provide guidance in career transitions, professional development, and integration assistance. 

The key to unlocking a person’s potential is guiding him/her to find the solution to his/her unique situation. I encourage clients to build a social support network in their new community right away. This makes them feel more at home and happier, which allows them to perform better and move forward in their new life.  

Originally from China, I was privileged to receive a full tuition scholarship to McDaniel College in Maryland. I later lived in Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Washington, D.C. before establishing my permanent home in Dallas, Texas, with my husband and two children. I’m a life-long learner and connector, and I hold an M.A. in Counseling and a B.A. in Sociology. 

After living in the U.S. for 25 years, I am finally starting to understand American football. I hopped on the Dallas Cowboys bandwagon recently, and this helped me appreciate the sport and Dallas more. I love cooking for family and friends. Traveling is a passion of mine, and my family recently visited China and Vietnam. We look forward to visiting Thailand in 2017. By taking our children outside of Western cultures, my husband and I want to give them new experiences that will shape how they view the world and themselves.


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