Yennie Rautenberg-Loya empowers and develops leaders to flourish and leave a positive mark in the world. Through her proprietary Authentic Inclusive Collaboration® framework, she enables teams and individuals to build inclusive, productive and collaborative work environments where everyone experiences a sense of belonging, is empowered to participate and has equal opportunity to thrive.
Originally from Mexico, she is a bilingual (Spanish/English) and multicultural ICF-certified leadership coach with 25+ years of global experience in corporate and executive communications, and 15+ years delivering life and executive coaching and training programs to hundreds of people. She has championed, participated and served as an ally of multiple inclusion and diversity initiatives, and collaborated with teams in 25+ countries.
Yennie designs customized programs in the areas of inclusion and belonging, employee resource groups (ERGs), emotional intelligence, leadership, resilience, communication, career advancement, and career/life transitions (relocation, job termination and retirement). Based on client’s needs, the programs may include one-on-one coaching, facilitated group/team sessions, workshops and/or consulting services.
Yennie has provided services in different capacities to multiple organizations including Accenture, ASML, Autodesk, Edmunds, Global Foundries, Google, Intel, Meals on Wheels, Meta, Metlife, NAB, National Restaurants Association, New York Times, NHL, Pinterest, Qualcomm, Tesla, UNICEF, University of California San Diego, VMWare and Yelp.
For 11 years, Yennie worked at Qualcomm, where she was responsible for global communications programs for India, Latin America, Middle East, Africa and Southeast Asia. During her tenure, she also championed diversity and inclusion initiatives, supported corporate social responsibility projects, as well as high-visibility programs such as the company’s partnership with the World Economic Forum.
Yennie worked at Porter Novelli in Mexico City and South Florida for nine years managing local and Latin American programs for several accounts including Fortune 500 companies.
Education and Certifications
Yennie is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credentialed through the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and an Emotional Intelligence (EQ-i2.0 and EQ360) Certified coach. She holds a Certification in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Workplace by Muma College of Business at the University of South Florida and a Leadership Coaching Certification by the University of San Diego School of Leadership and Education Sciences. She’s also a certified Gold-tier facilitator of Google’s #IamRemarkable global initiative.
In 2019, Yennie graduated from Cornell University’s Certificate Program in Strategic Human Resources Leadership, and from the Latina Success Leadership Program by MANA de San Diego, a National Latina Organization.
Before immigrating to the U.S., Yennie received a Diploma on Organizational Communications and Behavior by Universidad Panamericana in Mexico City, a Diploma in International Marketing by Universidad La Salle in Mexico City, and a Trade Degree in Business Administration, Management and Operations by Colegio Alemán Alexander von Humboldt in Mexico City.