• Phillipa Coan is an award-winning 35-year-old Caucasian chartered psychologist and entrepreneur.
• She has a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Birmingham, as well as a Master's degree and PhD in Organizational Psychology and Environmental Behavior Change, respectively.
• She founded STRIDE, a business consultancy company focused on employee engagement and behavior change, in 201•
• She married award-winning British actor Jude Law in 2019 and they have one child together.
• Phillipa Coan has a net worth of around $1 million as of August 2022.
Who is Phillipa Coan?
Born on an unspecified date in 1987, in London, England, Phillipa Coan is an award-winning 35-year old Caucasian chartered psychologist, behavior change expert and entrepreneur. The entirety of her worldwide recognition comes from the fact that she’s married to award-winning British TV superstar Jude Law, but she has also had a number of her own ventures, such as running several businesses and consulting for many, accomplishing various successes throughout her sometimes lucrative business career since 2009.
Early life & education: The pursuit of knowledge
Phillipa was raised alongside her sister in their birthplace, by parents of unknown names and professions. She evidently had a strong interest in psychology early on, which led her to pursuing her present-day career. Coan attended an unspecified high school in London, and apparently finished a year earlier, matriculating from there in 2004 with several subjects of General Certificates of Secondary Education. She then enrolled into the University of Birmingham, graduating from there after three years with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology.
Phillipa proceeded onto further studies at the University of London until 2008, from where she graduated with a Master’s degree in Organizational Psychology. Two years later she further extended her resume by attending the University of Leeds, being awarded a Doctor of Philosophy in Environmental Behavior Change in 2014. In 2015 she won First of the Student Prizes for Excellence by the British Psychological Society’s Division of Occupational Psychology. Lastly, in 2018, she received a practitioner’s diploma in executive coaching, as well as certification in systemic team coaching from the Academy of Executive Coaching in London.
Career: A studious teacher
Phillipa started working after her second graduation in 2008, as a visiting lecturer at the University of Birmingham’s Institute of Occupational and Environmental Medicine department, which she kept through to December 2010. She also started out as an associate consultant psychologist at Work Psychology Group Limited in 2009, where she stayed until late 2012. In the middle of the said year, she became a business psychologist for Independent Consultancy Work – a position she kept for an unspecified amount of time.
Over the next three years, she advised various public organizations, such as England’s National Honor Society, plus the Royal Bank of Scotland and various brand firms under London’s PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).
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In 2015, as a business psychologist and environmental behavior change specialist, she founded STRIDE, which is a business consultancy company focused on employee engagement and behavior change. In 2019 she expanded the business by starting up Stride Coaching, a branch with a further emphasis on employer consultation. Thanks to her vast expertise, she also serves as a chartered member of the British Psychological Society’s Division of Occupational Psychology, which her husband is also a part of. In mid-2022 she continues to work in a few highly esteemed positions, still running both of her business.
What is STRIDE all about?
According to the website of Phillipa’s company, STRIDE ‘combines best practice psychology with energy management expertise to save organizations energy, carbon and money through employee engagement and behavior change.’ Visitors are able to sign up for several courses, and even a one-day workshop that condenses the educational content.
Love life: Becoming Jude Law’s wife
Phillipa’s only known relationship started in February 2015, when a mutual friend of her and British actor Jude Law introduced them. The relationship was initially kept out of the spotlight, though that became difficult as time moved on. Subsequently, they were seen together at the annual Hay Festival in Wales in May 2015, which is when fans began speculating, and their romantic involvement was officially confirmed later that year. The couple dated without any known issues until 30 April 2019, when they married in a private ceremony at the Old Marylebone Town Hall in London, after which they proceeded to the Alfred Dunhill Private Members Club in Mayfair for further celebration. They had a child in September 2020, whose name and gender hasn’t been revealed yet. They live together in London, and there’s never been any controversy involving their union.
Who is her husband Jude Law?
Born David Jude Heyworth Law under the sign of Capricorn on 29 December 1972, in London, England, Jude Law is a 49-year-old award-winning Caucasian actor of legendary repute. The now famous actor was raised alongside his older sister Andrea Natasha Heyworth Law in their birthplace, by parents Margaret Anne Heyworth and Peter Robert Law, both of whom were teachers. His father later turned out to be the youngest headmaster in London for his time. His first name (David) was given after one of his parents’ best friends, and ‘Jude’ came from the Beatles’ song “Hey Jude,” as well as the book “Jude the Obscure.” He attended John Ball Primary School in Blackheath, as well as Kidbrooke School for his secondary education, before switching to Alleyn’s School and ultimately matriculating from there in 1990.
He’s enjoyed tremendous success throughout more than 30 years of his frequently lucrative acting career since 1988. He’s known around the world for numerous high-profile roles, and has two Academy Award nominations. Some of his most popular appearances include Dickie Greenleaf in “The Talented Mr. Ripley” from 1999, Dan in “Closer” from 2004, and even Dr. John Watson in Guy Ritchie’s world-renowned “Sherlock Holmes” from 2009.
What is Phillipa Coan’s net worth?
Phillipa Coan’s total accumulated wealth in August 2022 is valued at close to $1 million by most reputable sources, earned thanks to a prominent career as a behavioral psychologist and business consultant, but more importantly as an entrepreneur since 2015, running two recognized companies. She earns for the household alongside her husband Jude Law, whose net worth is well over $75 million.
As of mid-2022, Phillipa Coan is 5ft 10ins (178cms) tall, and weighs 136lbs (62kgs), with vital statistics of 35-25-35. Her shoe size is 10 (US). She has long blond hair with light blue eyes, as well as a fit physique and bright complexion.