Can you name your internal resources and preferred work style?
Are your equity-based goals and vision clear and actionable each day?
Do you have a flexible approach to support consistent well-being habits?

My integrative approach can bring you the answers you seek through:

    • inquiry-based, client-centered models
    • social justice and racial equity values
    • body, mind, & spirit integration, and
    • liberatory life lessons

Do less, be more, breathe.

My book Breaking Through Your Own Glass Ceiling is based on my years of coaching, knowing personally, and working with mostly BIPOC and other under-resourced people to embrace a full-hearted life despite external glass ceilings we can easily internalize.

Do you want…

  • Hope and excitement about achieving your significant personal and professional goals.
  • Feedback on options with a fresh, seasoned perspective.
  • Ongoing support and an accountability process that works with your strengths.

Then contact me via Calendly for a 20-minute complimentary coaching session.

It is an honor to be on the roster of coaches used by LeaderSpring Center,  and Windcall Residency Program.

Testimonials

I found Linda after searching for a career coach for over a year and being unable to find someone who had an intersectional lens and a crystal clear understanding of equity and oppression. Linda understands personally what it means to be both a creative person and a person committed to social justice, and she has supported me to move from a point of total uncertainty in both my career and life to clarity in my skills, purpose, and what brings me joy. From our initial consultation, I was began taking concrete steps to move out of the lost place I had been in for years prior, and over the course of 5 months Linda guided me toward a full life I didn’t imagine possible. Linda’s varied professional background makes her excellent at giving feedback, offering innovative approaches to cut cut through common stories I tell myself and create a new narrative, and shift my focus to pinpoint the details I had dismissed in order to uncover a new trajectory for my life and work.
Dalia Rubiano Yedidia, organizer and non-profit worker
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