Jane Coddington

Contributing Faculty
College of Management and Human Potential
School of Psychology
Ph.D. Industrial and Organizational Psychology

Jane A. Coddington has been a Board Certified Coach since 2013. As part of her core coach training through the Institute for Life Coach Training, she also earned the designations of both Registered Leadership Coach and Business Coaching Specialization. Dr. Coddington is an I/O psychologist and teaches for two universities, Walden University and Baker College. She is a member of the faculty team that developed courses for the Baker College Masters in Industrial/Organizational Psychology program. She was the lead course developer for Evidence-based Coaching, Research Methods, Individual & Group Factors in the Workplace, and Psychology of Leadership. She has taught many I/O graduate courses (including Evidence-based Coaching, Leadership Coaching: Practice & Process, Performance & Motivation, Psychology of Learning & Training, Personnel Psychology, Psychology of Leadership)

Dr. Coddington was a nonprofit executive for many years before making the move to teach and practice I/O psychology full time in 2011. As a nonprofit executive, she led a human service agency in rural upstate NY with a staff of 120. Included in her duties was providing coaching and supervision for the department directors. Dr. Coddington also holds certificates in management from Binghamton University, Case Western Reserve University and the University of Notre Dame. She is a member of Institute of Coaching.


PhD, Capella University

Post-master's Certificate, Case Western Reserve University

Post-master's Certificate, University of Notre Dame, Mendoza School of Business

Post-master's Certificate, Binghamton University

MEd, Elmira College

BS, SUNY Cortland