Renaissance woman

Eva Black appears to be a jack of all trades and a master of each, considering the variety of fields she has worked in. Today, she is a life coach and emphasizes how ‘it is very important to be able to listen.’

June 20, 2013 13:35
4 minute read.
Eva Black

Eva Black 370. (photo credit: gloria deutsch)


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Renaissance woman is what springs to mind when talking to Eve Black and hearing about the many different things she has done in her life.

Working today as a life coach, her first job back in her youth in California was as an X-ray technician, and she has since been an administrator, voluntary social worker and scuba diver – which led to her involvement in underwater excavations. From this she began her academic studies and ended up with a master’s in maritime archeology, and is in high demand for lectures all over the world, with a string of erudite publications bearing her name.


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