Lucia Kamm


Boston University, BS, Business Management, cum laude
MIT Sloan School of Management, MBA


Lucia is an experienced business leader with proven success in product management, brand management, innovation, marketing, and talent strategy. She has held leadership and talent roles at Procter & Gamble, Gillette, TripAdvisor, Wayfair, McKinsey & Company and co-founded a startup, Flexetail, which manufactures mobile commercial and retail spaces.

At McKinsey, she led professional development for consultants and coached and advised them on their path to partner. At Wayfair, she partnered with the CTO to lead and implement a large-scale transformation of a 3300-person Engineering organization. As chief-of-staff to TripAdvisor’s SVP of Product & Hotels Business Unit, she created and led the first annual strategic and business planning process and helped her leader transform their team into a high performing leadership team.

Recent clients

Wayfair, TripAdvisor, Microsoft, Procter & Gamble, Specialized Bike, New Balance, STIK, TimeOut Group, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, MENTOR National, International Rescue Committee, MIT Martin Trust Center for Entrepreneurship, Grant Thornton, McKinsey & Company.

Training and certification

International Coach Federation, Associate Certified Coach (ACC); Georgetown University Executive Certificate in Leadership Coaching.

At The Boda Group…

Lucia understands first-hand the challenges that her clients face from the ground up. She is dedicated to helping leaders of all stripes tackle their most challenging leadership and life moments and she is passionate about partnering with them on their path of learning, growth, and self-acceptance. Lucia brings a people-first, disciplined yet mindful, holistic, and no ego approach to coaching and partnership with her leaders.

I’m part of The Boda Group because…

it is important to me to be in community as a coach to continue to grow, be inspired, and learn from the best. I’ve been so wowed by how incredibly skilled, helpful, and kind my fellow Boda coaches are and excited to contribute to our Boda values.

One thing I’ve done that I’m proud of is…

starting a full time MBA program a month after becoming a mom for the first time. It was one of the most grueling challenges I have ever willingly signed up for and without it, I would not be the person I am today. It taught me what leadership values are important to me; how hard, humbling yet helpful “mistakes” truly are; on what terms I want career achievements or not; and how difficult and “unsexy” true growth and sustained behavior/mindset change is, but how life changing it can be.

What matters to me is…

leaving people and teams better off than when I found them; finding ways daily to make a positive impact personally and professionally; and bringing high integrity, a disciplined work ethic, humility, and unconditional help to my work and partnership with others.