Debby is a professional certified coach who specializes in leadership coaching and facilitation. She works with both formal and informal leaders to support them in realizing their potential and in getting results.
After spending almost 30 years in a fortune 50 company, Debby believes that leaders need a safe space to work on themselves and become the leader they are meant to be. A leader’s world often contains complexity and ambiguity and she provides room for them to look at the work and themselves to get to their desired results.
Debby is very proud to be a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with the International Coach Federation. She received her coaching training through Corporate Coach U. After gaining over 500 hours of coaching experience and receiving a successful evaluation, Debby earned her PCC credential in 2013.
Debby is certified in Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and various workshops. When facilitating workshops, Debby considers the desired outcomes of the leaders attending and different learning styles. In addition, a main focus is to provide an extraordinary learning experience for all in attendance.
Debby is the founder of the 2911 Group, a faith-based non-profit organization designed to equip young women with tools, information, encouragement, and support to face life’s challenges and maximize their potential. They offer activities and events that address self-confidence, self-esteem, leadership skills, and social responsibility.
Debby has the cutest and smartest dog in the world. She is a schnoodle named Daisy. Debby also holds a Bachelors of Arts in English from Loyola University in Baltimore, Maryland.
Proudest Professional Achievement and Why?
Leaving the Corporate world to become an entrepreneur in order to serve more leaders.
Proudest Personal Achievement and Why?
After recognizing that young women need more support in today’s environment, I created my non-profit and, with others, have begun to pursue our mission.
Three words someone else would use to describe me:
empathetic, creative, supportive
I consider a day a success if:
I have laughed, worked hard, taken time to rest, learned something new, and encouraged another.
“They may forget what you said — but they will never forget how you made them feel.”
—Carl W. Buehner