I came to coaching through my work in business, first running an art school then a publishing and education company. This background provided a breadth of experience working with professionals across fields. In 2010, I launched Script & Type to help anyone write better––to show people how to say what they mean. By 2016, clients more often needed guidance managing personal and professional choices. Old ways of working were inadequate in new positions or industries. Now, I offer discrete coaching to international artists and creative professionals. 

...the hand makes visible the scale of imagination, so that what’s left is not the hand but its testament.
— The Artist's Hand by D. A. Powell for Mark di Suvero
 
Charlotte Kent, PhD

Charlotte Kent, PhD

Charlotte Kent, PhD

Raised in Europe for the first decade of her life, learning and forgetting languages, CJ Kent then moved to NYC, before attending Philips Academy Andover. She graduated from St. John's College, Santa Fe with a BA in Philosophy, and has a PhD from the CUNY Graduate Center for her dissertation titled, "If You See Something, Say Something: Experiments in Art Writing." She is the Assistant Professor of Visual Culture and Program Director for the Art History and Visual Studies program at Montclair State University. On the Board of Governors for the National Arts Club, she launched the Artist Fellowship and podcast NAC Chat. Kent is a contributing writer for Artists Magazine and Brooklyn Rail, among others, and recently published Writing For College and Beyond (Peter Lang, 2019)