Carolyn Dewing-Hommes is an experienced financial services executive and coach who is passionate about helping individuals uncover their strengths, surpass professional obstacles, and navigate life’s transitions. With an approach that emphasizes self-awareness and thoughtful re
Carolyn Dewing-Hommes is an experienced financial services executive and coach who is passionate about helping individuals uncover their strengths, surpass professional obstacles, and navigate life’s transitions. With an approach that emphasizes self-awareness and thoughtful relationship management, Carolyn empowers clients to build a mindset and behaviors that facilitate growth and lead to success.
Carolyn leverages her 20-year banking career to bring deep expertise to each of her coaching engagements. Most recently, she was a Senior Vice President with HSBC’s Private Bank managing a team that served clients in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. Prior to HSBC, Carolyn held various leadership roles working with UBS Wealth Management and Citigroup in New York, São Paulo, London, and Hong Kong.
Having worked with hundreds over the last decade, Carolyn is especially dedicated to supporting female executives. She has been an influential voice in women’s leadership initiatives such as the First Data’s Women’s Council Offsite, In Her Shoes – Understanding Unconscious Bias at AMAG, HSBC’s Accelerating into Leadership, the Jeffries’ Rising Stars Program, and Georgetown University’s Women’s Forum.
Carolyn is the co-author of “Fired Up or Burned Out: How to Reignite your Team’s Passion, Creativity, and Productivity,” a book for leaders interested in creating an engaging work environment. Carolyn is also an Adjunct Professor at the University of Denver where she teaches a course on leadership for first-time managers. She holds an MA from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs in Economics and Latin American Studies and a BA from Georgetown University in Political Science, French, and Spanish.
Advisor | Global Financial Services Executive, HSBC