Elizabeth Rowe: Both/And

Sound Mind

08-01-2024 • 38 mins

Happy 2024! This January we are joined by Elizabeth Rowe (principal Flute, Boston Symphony & Leadership and High-Performance Coach) to discuss her stepping down from the Boston Symphony Orchestra to pursue coaching full-time, her year of “both/and,” letting go of what no longer serves us, and much more.

Elizabeth Rowe is a Leadership and High-Performance coach, working at the intersection of personal and professional development. She helps high achievers across all industries learn to thrive in demanding work environments and successfully navigate career or personal transitions.  She is also the principal flutist of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, a social justice advocate, and a public speaker. After her landmark equal paylawsuit in 2018 The Boston Globe honored her as a Bostonian of the Year, calling her “The Fighter.” Her ongoing commitment to opening up dialogue about complex subjects led to her TEDx talk, The Lonely Onlys, where she shared her personal story of learning to embrace the powers of imagination and vulnerability to create connection and community. You can learn more about all of this, including following along for her final season with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, at iamelizabethrowe.com