Anyone can represent themselves as a coach. Here’s what I mean when I say it…

I’ve attended a certified coaching program with a reputable university, been certified by a regulatory body that has verified I exhibit the competencies and best practices of a professional coach, and am a member of a professional association with a defined code of conduct and ethics. (Oh, and I’ve logged hundreds of hours coaching paying clients.)

My formal credentials:

  • Georgetown University’s Institute for Transformational Leadership Coaching Program: Graduate
  • International Coaches Federation: Professional Certified Coach – PCC™
  • Leadership Circle Profile™ Certification
  • Leadership Circle Culture Survey™ Certification
  • Wiley DiSC Assessment: Certified Facilitator

As a learning junkie, I’ve also attended the following courses for my ongoing education in this space:

  • Georgetown University: The Art of Facilitation
  • Google: Search Inside Yourself Leadership Program
  • Minds at Work: Immunity to Change
  • Growth Edge Network: Conversations at the Growing Edge
  • The Art of Developmental Coaching
  • Association for Talent Development: Telling Ain’t Training
  • Association for Talent Development: Crucial Conversations
  • Association for Talent Development: Identifying & Developing High Potential Employees

In addition to supporting a number of non-profits through both my coaching and facilitation offerings, I serve on the Board of Directors for United Community.

Interested in learning more? Let’s connect!