Ariel Vaughan

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ariel vaughan

Ariel is not a stereotypical Millennial. She has a unique background in marketing, sales, bookkeeping, administration, leadership and entrepreneurship. She is on a mission to constantly grow, develop and support others on the same journey. With her variety of skills, Ariel is able to support Millennials on their leadership journey and offer a new perspective to their leaders. 

Ariel believes that leadership development and growth are the key areas of success to Millennial peers and to their counterparts. She is inspired when she works with others to help them succeed and accomplish their goals. Ariel is a problem solver by nature and empowers others to work through their own challenges. Ariel has completed the ICF certified MSBCoaching Institute and has become a Certified Success Coach and a Certified Emotional Intelligence Coach through The Coach Training Academy. 

Ariel is a Charlottesville native and was happy she returned to her hometown after attending Christopher Newport University. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a Marketing Concentration. Ariel is energized by reading, running, learning, and having meaningful conversations over coffee.

Proudest Professional Achievement and Why?
Deciding to create my own career path. I may not have the typical career, but I love the variety of experiences I get to have and share with people.

Proudest Personal Achievement and Why?
Running the Richmond Marathon. Training for the marathon was one of the hardest things I’ve ever done. I put so much time and effort into my training and when I crossed the finish line I felt so much pride and joy, all the training was worth it. I hope to complete another marathon in the future.

Three words someone else would use to describe me:
Supportive, kind, dedicated

I consider a day a success if:
I’m able to help someone see a different 

Favorite Quote:
“What if I fall? Oh, but my darling, what if you fly?” – Erin Hanson