About Gena Cox


Organizational Psychologist, Executive Coach, Speaker, Author

Meet Gena Cox, PhD

Gena is an organizational psychologist and executive coach. She provides advisory, coaching, and speaking services to help corporate leaders do two things well: adapt to stakeholders’ new leadership expectations for the workplace, and build workplaces in which all employees can thrive. Her advisory, coaching, and book, “Leading Inclusion”, address these issues.

For 25-plus years, Gena has advised leaders in Fortune 500 global organizations how to build psychologically-healthy workplaces. She has consulted to Mastercard, Tech Data, Hitachi, Scotiabank, Corning, Quicken Loans, Johnson Controls, Raymond James Financial, and many more. Gena is active in the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, the University of South Florida Stavros Center for Free Enterprise & Economic Education, and the University of Tampa TECO Energy Center for Leadership. Gena’s work has been referenced in Harvard Business Review, Fortune, the BBC, LinkedIn News, The Telegraph (UK), Vice, and other media.

Gena holds a Ph.D. in Industrial & Organizational Psychology and is an International Coach Federation (ICF) Professional Certified Coach (PCC).

Away from work Gena loves to travel, read biographies, and keep up with current events.