ICF New Mexico Board
President – Lisa Brewer
I’m passionate about eliminating the barriers that prevent people from reaching their potential. My approach is customized to each client’s goals, interests and strengths and provides structure, kindness and directness. I incorporate rigorously tested modalities with humor and caring. My clients come to celebrate who they are, shed limiting beliefs and mindsets, and practice self-compassion. Clients say I help them understand opportunities and challenges, change patterns, overcome obstacles, and live the life they were meant to live. I’m a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach, Certified NLP Practioner, and have expertise in willpower, mindfulness, Positive Intelligence and Zero Pain Now coaching.
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.
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President Elect – 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 – Grace Solis
Grace Solis currently serves at ICFNM’s Past President. She is the Director of Organizational Development at Keystone International, Inc. and is a Gestalt Professional Certified Coach (GPCC). She manages Keystone’s organizational development consulting projects as well as the human resources department. Grace is a certified Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Investigator and has specific training in the area of mediation. She currently has her Associate Certified Coach (ACC) certification via the International Coach Federation.
Why do you choose to serve as a leader for ICF New Mexico? I found engagement with the ICFNM community so rewarding I was inspired to offer my own time, energy and ideas. Working alongside other coaches for the betterment of the Chapter has been one of my favorite volunteer experiences! I have thoroughly enjoyed learning with and from my colleagues.
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Treasurer – Doug Mills
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
Secretary – 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.
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.
Focus for 2020: To connect with current members and associates in ways that are informative as well as social and learn about who they are and why they chose to join our chapter.
Committee Chair – Karen Boise
Karen Boise serves as ICFNM’s Membership Chair and is the founder/owner of Compelling Exploration LLC. She is a consultant, coach, and facilitator and a coach trainer for CNM Ingenuity, Inc. Karen currently holds an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) certification through the International Coaching Federation, is a Board Certified Coach (BCC) through the Center for Credentialing and Education, and is a Certified PRINT® Coach through the Paul Hertz company. Karen is also a published author writing blogs and magazine articles and is one of eleven authors in the recently released book Voices: Women Braving It All to Live Their Purpose.
Why do you choose to serve as a leader for ICF New Mexico? I wanted to surround myself with other individuals in my profession and contribute to the vocation I love. Being a volunteer for our local chapter not only allows me to stay informed and up to date, but it also allows me to meet amazing people and have rich and fulfilling conversations that often turn into great collaborative relationships. There is so much we can learn from each other.
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Membership Committee Members: Doug Mills, Mary Horst
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 2020: Develop standard operating procedures for new types programs and develop 2021 program calendar.
Committee Chair – Shelley Lanier, who is also President Elect
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Program Committee Members:
Tunde Horvath, Carlos Duno
Business Building Subcommittee:
Carlos Duno, Gail Summers, Stefany Burrowes, Doug Mills, Lisa Brewer
Coaching Case Analysis Subcommittee:
Tunde Horvath, John Ledwith, Jean Strosinski, Barb White
Book Club Subcommittee:
Mary Horst, Jillian Gonzales, Lisa Brewer
Purpose: To facilitate communication between ICF New Mexico and our members, associates and strategic partners.
Focus for 2020: Develop ICFNM’s communication strategy with the assistance of consultants and leadership. Goals: website update and increase community and engagement within ICFNM. Work with our administrative assistant and leadership to implement this strategy.
Committee Chair – Matt Vaive
Matt Vaive serves as ICFNM communications chair. he is the owner of M&M Coaches along with his wife Marriane Vaive. Matt is passionate about spreading Emotional Intelligence through Coaching, Facillitating and assesments.
His Coaching certification was administered by “6Seconds” one of the premier EQ comapnaies in the world. The goal is to reach 1 Billion people practicing emotional intelligence by the time the 6Seconds founder reaches 100 years of age.
Why do you choose to serve as a leader for ICF New Mexico? Being a member of the local ICF Chapter keeps me in touch other ICF coaches in the area, and allows me to “give back”, I’ve received so much from different people along my journey to acquiring my coaching certification, now that I’m here I wanted to do the same.
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Membership Committee Members: Matt Vaive, Kelly Johnson
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.
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