Volunteer Leadership Team Supporting the Community of Practice Programming:
Cassandra O’Neill is on a mission to bring collective leadership to the social sector. She is the CEO at Leadership Alchemy LLC. For the past 17 years she has worked as a consultant and coach with over 200 organizations, including schools, libraries, nonprofits, funders, and coalitions. Her interest in collective leadership is fueled by her passion for learning. She loves teaching people how to help others grow and develop, and think differently about their work and teams. She has co-authored a book called The Five Elements of Collective Leadership. Cassandra has influenced the way people lead, facilitate, coach, and think, at the individual, group, and community level. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Anthropology from the University of California Berkeley, a Master’s Degree in Political Science from Rutgers University, and a Certificate in Culturally Competent Human Services from Temple University.
Maureen Miller is a Professional Certified Coach and member of the International Coach Federation who works with executives and upper management. She has found that many of the executives she works with function in a fast-paced environment. Her clients relish the no nonsense sounding board and coaching she offers to deal in this type of environment.
Using research data collected from current styles of coaching, she has created a multi-disciplined approach to guiding companies, executives and management through transition and organizational restructuring. By listening carefully to her clients, she offers a form-fitted approach to build the resilience and skills her clients need to not just cope but succeed. To make an impact and create was is most important, in this world, innovation and evolution is necessary.
She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Education from the University of Calgary and is currently working on completing her BA in Psychology. She is a certified EQi 2.0 assessor, Certified Teleclass Leader and is a Faculty member of Coach Inc. She currently has her own coaching business, Rewired2Change, and works for BetterUp Coaching as Fellow Coach.
Jaung Ah Lee
Jaung Ah Lee, Founder, ACBC, African Capacity Building Community KPC, ACC, C-IQ® Certified Coach
Jaung Ah Lee is the founder at Africa Capacity Building Community. She is an ACC credentialed coach from International Coach Federation and a KPC credentialed coach from Korea Coaching Association. She is a Conversational Intelligence® Certified Coach and certified in Fastrack Coaching Program. She has founded <Africa Capacity Building Community> in 2017. ACBC 2018 Program provided $ 38,000 scholarship in the form of Capacity Building Coaching to African communities for personal and organizational growth and development.
She has been involved in capacity building of developing societies by supporting an enhancement of educational environments and believes that capacity building of an individual will bring the growth of a society and the development of a nation. Her coaching engagement focus has been on development of underdeveloped and developing countries. She has coached and presented at NPOs whose theme is on Africa and International organizations like Good Schools for Africa, Africa Insight, GHASKA, Ghanaian Students in Korea and Associates, UNWTO STEP Foundation and TCS, Trilateral Cooperation Secretariat.
She speaks Korean, English, Spanish fluently and speaks Ashanti Twi at a beginner’s level and has lived and visited 41 countries. Capacity building through coaching, spiritual growth and working closely with African communities are the compass points that direct her life. Jaung Ah Lee has a double major BA in Applied Linguistics and Spanish Language and Literature from University of Ghana, West Africa.
“If you don’t know where you are going, you’ll end up some place else.” (Yogi Berra)
Following this principle, Regine's mission is to help entrepreneurs find clarity about their business purpose and goals and translate it into an executable plan. It is a balancing act between coaching and consulting, depending on where the client is on their journey.
After taking Dr. David Drakes Narrative Coach class, she started adding coaching to my consulting work with the focus on entrepreneurs and small businesses. She is currently consulting with the Osmium Institute in Germany, establishing the objectives for the formation of a World Osmium Council. Most recently she finished a project with a non-for-profit organization developing their new identity, revising their marketing material and redesigning their member- and event management portal to match their new branding. Other projects she led include:
• Coordinating and writing the Quality Management Handbook for a German precious metals company
• Managing a project of building of a new gold refinery
• Managing and organizing the participation of an Austrian company at trade shows
• In cooperation with the Fraunhofer Institute, Germany, developed a new process for the production of a Rhodium medal.
After her move to NJ in 1997, she started working with executives worldwide providing guidance before and during their move to the U.S., managing their documentation, and provided intercultural training.