Coaching CEO's and Executive teams globally for more than 17 years
Global Award-Winning Master Coach and Trainer
Certified Executive and Leadership Coach
Founding Member of the John Maxwell Coaching Team
Heather ditched the cold weather in Chicago along with a very lucrative legal career as former Partner of a 100 attorney law firm specializing in Legislative and Regulatory Law. That is a fancy way of saying that she was a Lobbyist. Heather is a student of success. She took her learnings from some of the most influential people in the world during her legal career and in 2005, founded her Business and Executive Coaching Firm in Southwest Florida where the sun always shines.
Heather’s clients will travel from around the world to come to Southwest Florida – whether it be a Strategic Executive Retreat or a personalized Executive Coaching Alignment Session. Heather is dedicated to developing leaders. She brings a new approach to Coaching and Training by combining her legal, lobbying, business and leadership coaching background to help Executives and Emerging Leaders improve corporate and personal performance. For several years, Heather owned a coaching franchise with the number one ranked business coaching company in the world. Heather was consistently in the Top 20 coaches in the world over the years, at the height of her career ranking #1 female coach and #2 overall in the world. Heather is a professional member of the National Speakers Association and serves on the Board of Directors for the Florida Speakers Association South Florida Chapter.
Heather has been married to her husband, Paul for over 10 years. When she is not speaking, coaching or facilitating corporate retreats, you will find her on the tennis courts practicing her game and her patience. Heather ran her first (and last) marathon in Athens, Greece in 2010 where she and Paul retraced the steps of the original marathon route from Marathon to Athens on the 2,500th anniversary of the original marathon. Heather and Paul are affectionately known as DINKS (Dual Income No Kids), but they are breaking the DINK rules by hosting foreign exchange students from around the world.