Conchi Pizzuto: Millennial & Certified Master Coach

Hi you! My name is Conchi Pizzuto, millennial and Certified Master Coach. Born and raised in the Netherlands, since 2017 living in Berlin. Eager to help millennials with less stress and more clarity, structure and balance in life.

What I bring as experience into our sessions? Read more about my profile as a coach below, or about my personal life story here.

My profile as a coach


As an experienced millennial and through life events, I have become resilient and adopted an open-minded, positive and solution-focussed mindset.

My inner altruist is driven to use these qualities to have an impact on others.

Versatile communication professional.

As a communications professional, I have worn a number of hats in various industries throughout my career. I love to connect the dots, be curious about the unknown, and gain understanding on how people relate to individuals and groups. I simply find it genuinely interesting how people and organizations (can) use communication to attain a meaningful mission.

My interest in communication started when I began working in the hospitality industry. It has been growing from the moment I decided to pursue a career in the field of communications, that started in 2009, and got backed-up with a Bachelor in Communications (Fontys University of Applied Sciences, Eindhoven, 2014).

Certified Master Coach.

As a certified life & business coach (KISA Akademie, Berlin), I know how to work as a coach according to the standards of the International Coach Federation (ICF).

In 1200 in-person lessons, I learned which questions to ask, techniques to use and exercises to do, to change mindsets and behaviours and guide people in; conflict situations, choice-making, work-life struggles, uncertainties and barriers, clarity, physical symptoms, relationship issues, ambitions, and career.

The main themes of the Master Coach program were:

  • Life coaching
  • Business coaching
  • Systemic coaching
  • (inter)cultural coaching
  • Conflict coaching


As an expat, I have experience with struggles regarding cultural differences, feeling (dis)connected with family abroad, friendships, career, work-life balance, and just landing and adapting to a new environment in general – On that note: Language is a common struggle for expats too; therefore I offer my sessions in Dutch, English and (C1) German.