Faustina Andrea Sharma

Areas of Interest & Expertise

  • Identities and Dilemmas of Growth – Young Adults
  • Teaching-Learning
  • Human Behaviour
  • Mind and Brain


Faustina is a part of School of Arts and Sciences , supporting the Occupational Track in the Undergraduate Programme

Faustina has a background in Psychology and has worked both with corporations and in the education domain. She is an International Coaching Federation (ICF) accredited coach, both in Executive Coaching as well as Health and Wellness coaching. 

She works with an integrated form of coaching, bringing life, work and health together, making it completely holistic. She has a deep understanding of working in the K‑12 domain, both in the designing of learning spaces for children and in the space of working with teachers and leaders of schools. Leading the delivery and implementation of programmes is her forte.

As a coach, she firmly believes that all work is a work in progress and originates from the outside looking in, journeying into the self, aligning with systems and collectives, and creating an anchorage within. 

Coaching to her is a powerful vehicle that provides for exploration, actions, and moving forward of people to become better versions of themselves and to unleash and find their true potential, leading them to achieve and celebrate their success.

Faustina is also a fellow at Sumedhas, the Academy for Human Context, an institution working in the area of fostering human processes. She facilitates group work and group process. 

She is also a mentor with the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women, mentoring women in business from around the world. Her passion lies in working with various phases of transitions, with diverse age groups.