ICF New Mexico Board
President – Shelley Lanier
Shelley Lanier is an organizational consultant and an International Coach Federation (ICF) professional certified coach (PCC). She has more than 25 years of experience as an organizational development consultant with an extensive background in developing leaders and executives in government, private sector, and non-profit organizations. She has helped leaders at all organizational levels, first-time supervisors to executives, increase their effectiveness, navigate organizational and personal change, better manage their teams, and integrate their personal learning to achieve professional and personal success.
Why do you choose to serve as a leader for ICF New Mexico? Being involved and spending time with ICFNM members and getting to know them in a more personal way through the dialog we had about what they wanted from the chapter. The upbeat and positive connections were energizing. Having an opportunity to help lead the chapter provides a way for me to continue the work of the chapter and enhance it by bringing my skill set to add balance to the leadership team.
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Past President – Lisa Brewer
I love helping people discover how to apply their strengths creatively and courageously to achieve their goals. We unearth beliefs and assumptions that are holding them back and incorporate neuroscience and other proven methodologies to make thinking and acting differently easier than they thought possible. As they step into the best version of themselves, they start seeing outcomes in multiple aspects of their lives and become more joyful, confident, and centered. I’ve led teams and collaborated across departments and organizations to identify root causes to issues and develop and implement solutions. PCC, CPCC, Certified NLP Master Practitioner, Certified Positive Intelligence Coach.
Why do you choose to serve as a leader for ICF New Mexico? I love creating and building things in collaboration with others. ICF New Mexico allows me to do that with kind, highly competent and dedicated professionals who become friends and trusted colleagues. An added perk is it has led to coaching opportunities and an expanded ability to refer.
Treasurer – Elle McPherson
I’m an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) with the International Coach Federation and received my coach certification through the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC). I am also a Certified Erotic Blueprint Coach™, with a focus on empowering men and women to own their authentic sexuality, as well as a Certified Accelerated Evolution™ coach and RYT-200 Kripalu-trained yoga teacher.
I studied international development at Bates College, and earned my Masters in Sustainable International Development and MBA in Nonprofit Management from the Heller School for Social Justice & Management at Brandeis University.
Why do you choose to serve as a leader for ICF New Mexico? After having moved around the country and the world for the last several years, I am thrilled to make my homebase in New Mexico. I joined ICF New Mexico to invest in my local community of coaches, give back through my financial skills, and meet new interesting people.
Secretary – Leanne DeLange
Leanne is the Organizational Health and Development Officer for the 800+ Directed Energy Directorate employees of Air Force Research Laboratories. In this capacity, Leanne is responsible for the strategic development and cultivation of cutting-edge talent in her roles as researcher, advisor, and coach serving entry-level employees up to senior managers. With 20+ years of AF leadership experience in aircraft logistics and project management, she is most passionate about supporting individuals and organizations to reach their potential. To that end, Leanne completed her second master’s degree in Transformational Leadership and Coaching in 2021.
Why do you choose to serve as a leader for ICF New Mexico? I’m committed to continuous learning and personal growth, for myself and others. Participating in and serving the ICFNM community is a fun and effective way to do just that while surrounding myself with others dedicated to the same purpose. Thank you for this opportunity; I look forward to growing alongside each of you.
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ICF New Mexico Committees
Purpose: Welcome new members. Provide existing members, associates and potential members information regarding ICFNM and ICF Global, how to connect with fellow members, and how to get involved. Develop on-going relationships with members and associates. Be a point of contact when questions arise regarding CEU’s, renewals and chapter opportunities.
Committee Chair – Sandra Engel
Sandra Engel serves as ICFNM’s Membership Chair and is the founder/owner of High Road to Success Coaching . She is a mentor, consultant and executive coach for attorneys and judicial officers in New Mexico. Sandra is a graduate coach of COTB Executive Coach Training and is currently working towards her ACC certification through ICF. She is an attorney, and currently sits as a Judge in Bernalillo County.
Why do you choose to serve as a leader for ICF New Mexico? I love networking with others and sharing resources, providing a place for other coaches to go for answers to their questions as they get started. I enjoy the camaraderie of the ICF NM chapter and am excited about being a part of the building of stronger membership and collaboration in our communities and statewide.
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Membership Committee Members: Lisa Brewer, Lisa McGee
Professional Development Committee
Purpose: Develop and deliver programs to meet the needs of our membership including provide opportunities for strengthening relationships, being inspired, building their businesses and earning CCEUs.
Focus for 2022: Strengthen our programming alliance with ICF Arizona and develop sustainable operating procedures.
Committee Chair – Linley Daly
A native New Mexican, Linley is a philanthropic leader, transformative coach, and speaker with 25 years in the nonprofit playground. As a Coach-Consultant, Linley blends her background in nonprofit management, coaching, and strategic navigation to help leaders, Boards of Directors and organizations navigate today’s most pressing social concerns. Linley’s unique blend of coach-consulting wakes people up and transforms people and the agencies they lead toward growth. Linley believes everyone wants to change the world. Sometimes we simply need a map to guide us forward. Linley is a 2016 Outstanding Fundraiser of the Year, a BoardSource Certified Consultant, an ICF Associate Certified Coach, and a 2020 Woman of Influence.
Why do you choose to serve as a leader for ICF New Mexico? My purpose is to serve. The best way to serve the coaching community is to serve the ICF and my local chapter in providing quality programming, networking and connection for colleagues and clients.
Program Committee Members: Stefany Burrowes, Carlos Duno, Machael Jordan
Board Members at Large
Steve is a PCC leadership and career transition coach. Along with coaching, much of Steve’s working life has been in the technical arena. He has served in systems leadership as well as technical roles including systems and data analyst and project manager. The business areas he’s served are varied as well. These include energy services, financial services and organizational development. Steve completed training at the Hudson Institute of Coaching in Santa Barbara, California, and has coached since 2007. He was awarded 2016 coach of the year in the ICF Ohio Valley chapter.
Why do you choose to serve as a leader for ICF New Mexico? My two reasons for serving as a chapter leader are community and my continuing professional development. Making connections with my peers gives me a sense of belonging and opportunities to share our experiences. This leads to a shared professional growth as well as increased sense of resilience.
Lisa Heldt – Coming Soon
With Lisa McGee as a Life Coach, leaders gain a fresh start in their career by leaving the “should”s behind. Her integrative approach helps leaders make wholistic impact, thrive with potential, and unleash joy. Lisa is a life-long learner with a MA in Leadership and Certificates in Whole Person and Embodiment Coaching. Her diverse career includes working in retail, teaching the visually impaired, being a Spiritual Leader, and instructing Nia fitness. She is currently studying Embodied Yoga Principles which helps people gain personal insights and build pragmatic skills. Lisa is insightful, encouraging, resilient, compassionate, and fun.
Why do you choose to serve as a leader for ICF New Mexico? I believe in the vision to create a dynamic community. I love attending our workshops where people learn how to make greater impact and meet new friends. Our chapter is supportive and can help you with a fresh start in coaching.
A former ecclesiastical diplomat and C-suite executive for 20+ years, I coach business and non-profit leaders, especially those in job or career transition. I am a partner with Patrick Lecioni and the Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team model. I am passionate about helping you find your passion and compassion by asking the life-changing, powerful questions that guide you into a healthy future. I am a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credentialed by the International Coach Federation and a coach trainer with Coaching4TodaysLeaders.
Why do you choose to serve as a leader for ICF New Mexico? I serve in leadership with the New Mexico ICF chapter because I believe in building community with other coaches.
Contact: 505-359-0052 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Linda Nash – Coming Soon
Amy Rome is a leadership and personal transformation coach who works primarily with leaders who identify as white to support interrogating their whiteness. She partners with clients to explore, affirm, and challenge the ways that white supremacy culture impacts our leadership, awareness, and relationships with others so that all people can be liberated and free. Amy also specializes in affirming and supporting people in transition – life, career, and personal transformation transitions. Amy leverages her long career as an educational system and non-profit leader to build healing coaching containers that affirm identities and heal from harm within racially oppressive social systems.
Why do you choose to serve as a leader for ICF New Mexico? I look forward to connecting with other coaches across the state and continuing to learn and grow as a coach. I hope to leverage my experience in professional development and board service to grow learning experiences for coaches in the chapter and continuous improvement as an impactful board.
ICF New Mexico Paid Staff
Virtual Assistant – Kelly Johnson
Kelly Johnson, owner of Cornerstone Virtual Assistance and expert in Technical Services and Online Resources, specializes in working with coaches and authors and manages the technical, creative and administrative projects for their businesses. Celebrating 16 years in business in 2020, services include website creation and maintenance, book publishing support, online shopping cart management, webinar management, podcasting … possibilities are endless! The quote, “Coming Together is a Beginning, Keeping Together is Progress, Working Together is Success” by Henry Ford is a great example of how a coach and a VA work together in bringing their strengths and passions to a collaborative, professional relationship to have a successful result.
Why do you choose to serve ICF New Mexico? It is a joy and honor to support the ICF New Mexico chapter. This coaching community gives their time and expertise to continue growing and supporting coaches to provide them with resources and programs to achieve success.