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, Ms. 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 resources services to U.S.-based corporations.
She is a member of the National Advisory Council of the Center
for the Study of the Presidency and serves on the Board of Directors
of the American Committee of the Weizmann Institute of Science.
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. Ms. Imberman was invited by the British
Institute of Graphology to speak at Oxford University. She has
taught graphology at Marymount Manhattan College and, in her spare
time, serves as a docent for the Museum of Art and Design.
Ms. Imberman is a Registered Corporate Coach with the World Association
of Business Coaches. She has over 15 years of experience working
with corporate clients and was previously VP of Human Resources
at the 300-unit Franklin Stores retail chain. Ms. Imberman supports
her clients by helping them enhance their interpersonal skills and
organizational abilities, and providing coaching, leadership development
and human resource services.
In addition to a background in Jungian psychology, Ms. Imberman
received certification in Management Development from Cornell University
and completed Coach Training coursework at New York University.