Evolving Leaders helps our clients focus on practical goals: leading strategically, managing individual and organizational change, understanding themselves and their impact on others, building high-performing teams, demonstrating executive presence, and leading more balanced and satisfying lives.
In reality, a natural-born leader is a rarity. Much more common — and arguably more effective — is a leader who has been challenged, has learned, and continues to refine and apply that learning. The role of an executive coach is to help leaders recognize that reality and leverage it to the individual's and organization's benefit.
25 years of experience
Hundreds of successful engagements across a diverse client base
MBA and hands-on managerial experience
Tuned-in view of the realities of organization development
Why work with us?
"Leaders who focus on who they are and not just what they do are the most successful at leading others, managing change and achieving results. I've had the privilege of working with many leaders who have been willing to embark on their journey of self-discovery. It takes courage, commitment and resolve. I'm humbled to be an impetus for real and lasting change in their personal and professional lives."
Founder and Principal
Terri has more than 25 years of coaching and organization development experience. Her style is supportive, bold, compassionate and direct. In both coaching and consulting, she draws on her experience as a manager, her knowledge of effective leadership, and the realities of organizational behavior.
Before founding her company in 1999, she had a successful corporate career. As a senior leader with PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting, she led a variety of change management engagements. Earlier, she directed the training and organization development functions for PRC, a leading information technology firm later acquired by Northrop Grumman. Terri holds an MBA in Organizational Behavior and Development from George Washington University and a B.S. in Business and Management from the University of Maryland.
A Certified Professional Coach through the Newfield Network, Terri has also studied somatic coaching with well-known leaders in the field. She earned the Master Certified Coach (MCC) credential from the International Coach Federation (ICF). She is authorized to administer and interpret the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, the Hogan Leadership Series, The Leadership Circle, and a variety of 360° assessments. She is a member of the Organization Development Network and the ICF.