Sima Cohen is a certified life coach and holds a certificate from Life Coach Institute which is an accredited ICF (International Coach Federation).
Sima hails from a low income, crime filled neighborhood in Israel. With no resources at her disposal and realizing she wanted more for herself, Sima left home at a young age to fulfill her destiny. At age 20 she accomplished her lifelong dream of moving to America, a country in which she did not speak the language and did not know a soul. She credits this country for giving her a second chance and she vowed that she would do whatever it takes to pay it forward. And for the past two decades that is exactly what she has been doing. Through her willingness and unmatched determination, Sima became a certified life coach and has been helping deserving individuals for over 20 years. From prison inmates to single mothers to entertainment professionals, Sima has coached human beings from all walks of life.
Sima has put her coaching expertise to use philanthropically with her outreach program which focuses on the rehabilitation of the incarcerated, ex-cons, ex-gang members, sexual abuse victims, struggling single mothers, and deserving individuals in dire need of a second chance. Most recently, Sima was assigned to transform the lives of those released by Kim Kardashian-West’s The Justice Project, the documentary released on the Oxygen Network in April of 2020. Sima’s life purpose is to change humanity and shift consciousness to better humankind.