Mary Ann Drury, LCSW teaches Workers and the Workplace: Issues, Policies, Research, and Programs, Staff Development, and Building Managerial Capacity at the Columbia University School of Social Work.

Mary Ann is a seasoned executive coach, organizational learning consultant, and psychotherapist currently conducting her private practice in lower Manhattan.

She brings Employee Assistance Program (EAP), clinical and business knowledge to her practice based on 20+ years at CCA, Inc. where she initially led the clinical team and then moved into an organizational consultant and executive coach role. Most recently she was an EAP consultant on Goldman Sachs Wellness Team.

Throughout her career, Mary Ann has advised HR professionals and management on a broad range of workplace issues including leadership, manager development, performance management, conflict mediation, critical-incident response, violence prevention, employee productivity, and healthy workplace practices. Mary Ann is an experienced trainer who creates and delivers learning programs that support organizational and employee development. As a coach, she helps executives and managers initiate and sustain positive and productive behavioral change.

Mary Ann holds a M.S. from Columbia University and a B.S. from the University of Wisconsin. She is a graduate of the Gestalt Associates for Psychotherapy Clinical Fellows Program and earned a certificate in executive coaching from the Executive Coach Academy.

Mary Ann serves on the Advisory Committee at Columbia University’s Center for Social Policy and Practice in the Workplace and the Workgroup on the Current State of Occupational Social Work Education. She is a member of the International Coaching Federation, Occupational Clinical Professionals Group, and NASW.