Mina Muraki
The quality of the connection on an executive team is the most critical factor in a company's success. Profound, simple, yet leaders underinvest in raising it.

My journey has been one of letting go of expectations and being in flow with what’s emerging rather than force-fitting. It’s been about recognizing that things work out the more you can just be open to what’s unfolding, rather than trying to plan everything out.

Born in Taiwan to Japanese and Taiwanese parents, I moved with my family to Montreal and then to New York when I was five. Growing up, I was the responsible older daughter. A strong focus on academics led to college at Princeton, business school at Stanford, and then McKinsey. I had two fascinating global leadership roles in the tech and music industries – and married as well. I had achieved a version of what it means to be successful.

Along the way, I began to question if this was the right path for me. One of those moments came when I joined a boutique consulting firm focused on strategy, execution, and culture. It wasn’t a big-name firm, but something about it resonated with me. It was there that I first experienced what it was like to be truly engaged and passionate about my work. 

I was recruited to Trium, and it was here that I discovered the transformative power of integrating personal development and growth with the work of strategy and organizational change. Suddenly, everything clicked into place. I realized that this was the missing piece in my previous professional experiences – the deep, human dimension of transformation.

At Trium, every day brings new opportunities to learn, grow, and support others navigate the complexities of change. It’s not just about strategy or operations, but about empowering leaders and teams to tap into their full potential. And in doing so, I’ve found myself constantly challenged to grow, not just as a consultant, but as a person. This growth has spilled over into every aspect of my life. As a mother, partner, and friend, I strive to bring the same presence, curiosity, and openness that I bring to my work. I’ve come to see every interaction as an opportunity to learn, connect, and make a positive impact, no matter how small.

Looking back, I see how each twist and turn of my journey, expected and unexpected, has brought me to where I am today. And I’ve realized that the most meaningful experiences are often the ones we don’t plan for – the ones that emerge when we let go of our preconceptions and open ourselves up to possibility. So as I continue on this path, I do so with a sense of excitement and wonder. I don’t have any grand ambitions of changing the world, but I appreciate that I am making a difference, one person, one team, and one organization at a time.

What Clients Say
“Mina is a listener and also brings in different perspectives and questions that have pushed my thinking and challenged me. She understands the nuances of the business and people context and dynamics I operate in. That knowledge has helped me navigate change and complexity. I know I've grown as a leader because of our partnership.”
Raghu Hiremagalur, LinkedIn
“Our partnership with Trium is special. Mina and Catherine quickly get us to the right dialogue each time we meet. They’re powerful facilitators and partners who know how to push and support us to get to a great outcome. As a coach, Mina is an excellent listener and brings in different perspectives and questions that have pushed my thinking. She has been a valuable sounding board and support system, enabling me to be an even stronger leader.”
Gloria Chen, Adobe
Chief People Officer
“Mina has this innate superpower that cuts deep and brings the human out in all of us. Mina and the Trium team were able to guide us through remote work silos to be more emotionally and professionally aligned.”
Lynda Berkowitz, ILIA Beauty