Arlyn J. Imberman's career as a professional graphologist
and executive coach was inevitable, given her keen interest in human nature.
Trained as a social worker, Arlyn Imberman worked for the
Inner London Education Authority in the UK. After returning to
the US, she completed a rigorous three-year study of graphology
with the distinguished gestalt graphologist Felix Klein.
In 1990, Ms. Imberman founded Emerging Image, Inc. to provide
graphology-based human resource services to U.S.-based
corporations. In 1993, she was awarded a grant, in conjunction
with New York University, for a two year research study on
entrepreneurship and handwriting. This research, which has been
widely heralded as the definitive work on the subject, was
published in The Journal of Perceptual and Motor
Ms. Imberman serves as Vice President Emeritus of the National
Society of Graphology and was the first graphologist to address
students of Columbia University's Graduate School of Business
and New York University alumni. She was also invited by the
British Institute of Graphology to speak at Oxford University
and has taught graphology at Marymount Manhattan College
Concurrent to her
work as a graphologist, Ms. Imberman received certification in
Management Development from Cornell University and completed
coach training coursework at New York University. She is a
certified IPEC Professional Coach and a registered Corporate
Coach with the Worldwide Association of Business Coaches. She
has over 20 years of experience working with corporate clients
and was previously VP of Human Resources at the 300-unit
Franklin Stores retail chain.
supports her clients by helping them enhance their interpersonal
skills and organizational abilities, and by providing coaching,
leadership development, and human resource services.
Ms. Imberman is
an active member of the Lotos Club, serving on the Science and
Technology Committee. She also serves on the International
of the Weizmann Institute of Science, where she produced several
films on multi-generational philanthropic support, two of which were
honored with a Silver and Bronze Telly, a distinguished award
for video and film production.