As a life coach, speaker, corporate trainer, and author, he inspires people to harness their power to create the lives of their dreams. Jay's passion for personal growth and ability to listen for the greatness in others lead him to open his coaching practice over 10 years ago. He constantly applies the work to his own life and views transformation and personal growth as a continuous journey.
Jay Pryor Coaching
Though his process works for everyone, his private coaching practice and workshops are female focused. His female-to-male transition at age thirty-five allows him to illuminate the cultural experience of executive women in a unique way. Prior to opening his coaching business, Jay worked at a director level in a private sector small business.
Today Jay offers a wide range of programs and services – from individual coaching and seminars to corporate training and keynote speeches. You can also listen in to his weekly podcast Doing the Work with Jay and Becca or pick up a copy of Lean Inside: 7 Steps to Personal Power.
Jay is married and lives with his beautiful wife Jessica and their two incredible children in Lawrence, KS. He adores his community and is active in his church.
People might question how a man could understand the realities business women face in today’s business environment. Jay’s unique insight comes from his experience as a transgender man. Jay was born female and transitioned to male in 2001. He has literally seen both sides of the “table” which brings a unique perspective to his clients.
Boss Integrity, Episode 48:
Jay talks about his coaching techniques and the valuable lessons he uses to help his coaching clients on living with integrity and being impeccable with your word.
The cast of It Gets Better collaborates with the team at the hit show Dance Moms and Transgender Advocate, Jay Pryor, to share his emotional story and to perform the original song "Run, Run, Run".
From Suicidal Girl to Powerful Dad: Transgender Advocate Jay Pryor Opens Up About His Emotional Journey to People Magazine.
Caitlyn Jenner joins the Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles to take in an emotional performance of Jay's story. Watch the touching moment in this deleted scene from "I Am Cait."
This issue features stories from parents of LGBT kids, plus an interview with Jay Pryor and much more.
Well Being in the Workplace
Transgender Transitioning FTM
Emotional Intelligence in the workplace