Damian Goldvarg has thirty years of experience in providing leadership development services including: executive assessment and coaching, facilitation, leadership training, strategic planning, and team building.Originally from Argentina, he has worked with individuals and organizations in over fifty countries, including the Americas, Europe, Africa and Asia, offering services in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.
He is a Master Certified Coach and received his Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology from Alliant University in California.He is an Accredited Coach Supervisor (ESIA) and facilitates certifications in Professional Coaching (ACTP), Mentor Coaching, and Coaching Supervision. He was the 2013-2014 ICF Global President and was inducted in the ICF Circle of Distinction in 2018 and Supervision Award from EMCC in 2019.
Through his work with multinational Fortune 100 companies, governments and community-based organizations, Damian’s coaching and consulting services have realized extraordinary results for his clients.These results enhance productivity and communication, impact the quality of leadership present within these organizations and improve the quality of the work and personal lives of those individuals he coaches and consults.
Damian is the author of five coaching books, four of them in Spanish.
Susie Warman, MCC, ESIA
Mexico City, Mexico
Susie Warman is a Master Certified Coach (MCC), Mentor and Accredited Coach Supervisor certified by the EMCCEuropean Supervision Individual Accreditation (ESIA). She is a Sociologist and has a PhD in History specializing in Education.
She has more than 16 years of experience working as an Executive Coach, Leadership Development, Building High Performing Teams and as a Facilitator in Mexico and U.S.A. In addition to individual coaching, Susie is a Global Trainer on topics ranging from: Effective Communication; Change Management; Leadership Skills for Managers; Organizational Culture Change; Effective Team Building; Conflict Management; Strengths Finder; and Emotional Intelligence.
She is also Certified Center of Creative Leadership (CCL)San Diego, CA.
In addition, she is also aCoach Trainer. She teaches at the First Coaching Masters Program in Latin America at the Universidad de Londres.She is very proud to have trained Blind Coaches and help them incorporate into the Labor Force.
Susie is Founder and Director of de Blue Wing Coaching® -www.bluewingcoaching.com, a Consulting Firm based in México and Miami dedicated to Coaching and Leadership Development. Susie has worked in Multinational and Mexican National Companies.
Alicia Aguero, MCC, ESIA
Alicia is a MCC, a Professional Master Coach of the Argentine Association of Ontological Coaching Professionals and has over 26 years’ experience in coaching, mentoring, supervision and work with executives in the development of communicational competencies and leadership.
Alicia has worked as a Coach Supervisor in coach training programs in Argentina and in Goldvarg Consulting programs: in individual, supervision of supervision and group supervision sessions. She is an ESIA from EMCC and a Group Supervisor. She is a Mentor Coach, and a trained ICF Mentor Coach.
She is founder and Director of A & T Organizational Coaching (1997), an organization that train coaches. She graduated as a National Chartered Accountant and Bachelor in Business Administration and worked as Professor at the School of Economic Sciences.Alicia has published 4 books: as an author: “The art of listening”; “Fundamental conversations in organizations” and as co-author “Training of an Ontological Personal and Organizational Coach” and “Designing Conversations.” Alicia’s coaching, mentoring and supervision clients speak about her special ability of balancing challenge with support. She defines herself as someone who believes she brings acceptance, true partnership and joy. She lives in Argentina.
Lily Seto, PCC, ESIA
Lily SetoLily has been coaching globally for over 18 years, both internally and externally with clients ranging from executives to middle managers, in all sectors.Currently, her main client groups are Canadian military leaders and Indigenous people of Canada.
Lily is a certified mentor coach as well as one of the first coaching supervisors in Canada and has accumulated close to 1000 hours of coaching supervision (individual and groups). She has a strong belief that her clients are truly capable and that her role is to support and serve them in their learning journey to mastery.
In 2009, Lily designed and implemented a coaching culture strategy in a large organization. Some of the program included designing an internal coaching program with 16 internal coaches to be hired and trained, with ongoing mentoring and coaching supervision, as well as designing and delivering workshops on taking a coaching approach to leadership. This program continues to be a model for other organizations to study, as a model of designing effective coaching cultures.
More recently, she served on the Independent Review Board at ICF, which is responsible to investigate ethical complaints.
Lily is the 2016 Recipient of the Prestigious Leadership Victoria Award: Royal Roads Award for Excellence in Coaching and Mentoring and more recently, the 2020 EMCC Global Winner for Supervision.
Lily is proud to live, play and work on the traditional territory of the W̱SÁNEĆ and lək̓ʷəŋən speaking people of Canada and is practicing being a good ancestor to future generations. She is married with two grown sons and two beautiful grandchildren.
Lynn Harrison, PhD, MCC, ESIA
Lynn Harrison, is an executive coach with over 25 years of experience, including co-foundingan international, franchised training organization, leading at the senior management level, and providing consulting services to leadership teams and boards. She is the Vancouver-based principal of Black Tusk Leadership Inc., four-time recipient of the International Coach Federation Prism Award, recognizing the positive impact of coaching in corporations. In addition to her business and coaching experience, Lynn has a Ph.D. in Organizational Systems and an M.A. in Applied Behavioral Science. She is certified as a Master-level Coach (MCC and MCEC), a Coaching Supervisor (ESIA), and a Senior Organization Development Professional (CODP). Lynn’s research interests include the phenomenon of abrasive leadership and coaching supervision. She recently contributed chapters to Fielding University’s “Innovations in Leadership Coaching” (2020) and a forthcoming book on Coaching Supervision in the Americas (2021). Lynn resides in Whistler, Canada and Indian Wells, California, where she is active in the outdoors.
Eliane Fierro, MCC
Mexico City, Mexico
Eliane Fierro is an accomplished Team & Executive Coach, with a broad experience in business, sport and human development. She has the ability to see systems and understand organizations in a simple way that helps leadership teams connect with what is truly important in order to achieve. their goals. Eliane has her own coaching firm, Efcoaching, whose purpose is to inspire others to leverage their passion in order to be all they want to be. She also represents iOpener Institute in México, using their research and tools in the Science of Happiness at Work. Her clients have included Ford Motor Company, Diageo, Alsea, McKinsey & Co., Accenture, Palacio de Hierro, Hasbro, Unilever, Pepsico and Herbalife amongst others. In her sporting life, Eliane sailed for Mexico in the Seoul Olympics, and serves on the steering committee of the Mexican Sailing Federation. She brings lessons from these experiences to her coaching, and continues to coach at the highest levels in her sport.
Eva Hirsch Pontes, MCC, ESIA
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and Berlin, Germany
Eva Hirsch Pontesis a licensed psychologist and earned her Coach certification through the Hudson Institute of Coaching, California. Eva holds an MCC credential from ICF and is an ESIA Accredited Coach Supervisor by the EMCC. Eva also works as a Mentor Coach, Conflict Mediator and invited faculty at two of the most prestigious business schools in Brazil – Fundação Dom Cabral and The COPPEAD Graduate School of Business. Eva has also been actively involved in volunteer activities for ICF: she integrated the first Board of ICF/Chapter Brazil, and currently holds a seat in the Advisory Board of that Chapter. She also works as a volunteer Coach Supervisor for the Ethical Coach Project, to help develop a coaching culture in Ethiopia.
Before becoming a coach in 2006, Eva worked for 25+ years as an executive in the shipping industry, holding several key positions including director and board member.
In 2013, Eva became the first CSA Accredited Coach Supervisor in Latin America. Since then, she has been offering individual and group supervision to coaches who want to engage relationally in mutual and transformational learning.
Eva’s coaching, mentoring and supervision clients commonly refer to her special ability of balancing a candid and challenging approach with compassion and humanity. She defines herself as a someone who wishes to grow and to help other people grow through reflective conversations about themselves and their work.
Hilary Oliver, MCC
Hilary Oliver MCC Leadership Coach/ Mentor Coach and CoachSupervisor
Hilary works as an executive and leadership coach, and as a facilitator, trainer, mentor coach and supervisor. She has been coaching professionally for more than 18 years in the UK, Europe and world-wideand works with executives from small and medium-sized businesses to large multinational organisations.
She is a former board-level director with more than 30 years of experience in a wide range of business sectors and executive positions including sales management with IBM UK Ltd. She spent several years as a Human Resources Director of a Pan European technology company. Hilary has developed highly effective skills in coaching, coach supervision and mentoring, and is also a powerful facilitator and trainer with over 2500 client coaching hours. She was the 2012 UK President of the International Coach Federation (ICF) and served 5 years on the ICF Global Board of Directors where she was the 2016 Treasurer and in 2017 was the Chair of the Global Board. This provides more personal and recent experience of a leadership position.
Jeff Nally, PCC, SHRM-SCP
Venice, Florida, USA
Jeff Nally is an executive coach, coaching supervisor, professional speaker, and author who creates no-nonsense neuroscience solutions with leaders to be more human at work. Jeff is the president of Nally Group Inc., a practice focused on the science of leadership and human interaction.
He earned a coaching supervision certification in 2017 with Dr. Damian Goldvarg at the Goldvarg Consulting Group and is an active member of the Americas Coaching Supervision Network. Jeff supervises coaches in his private coaching and supervision practice and with his supervision peers in supervision chains/circles.
Jeff is a persistent advocate for coaching supervision. He co-leads the Coaching Supervision Marketing Mastermind group with Dr. Terry Hildebrandt for coaching supervisors to explore new ways to share, show, market, and engage coaches in supervision.
Jeff speaks about supervision and leads coaching supervision demonstrations at national and global conferences including the Americas Coaching Supervision Network, ICF Midwest Conference, and several ICF chapter programs. He teaches the session, Coach Supervision with the Brain in Mind: Neuroscience Applications for Supervisors i_n_ Dr. Damian GoldvargSupervision Certification Training Program.
Jeff is the Vice President of the Global Coach Community at CoachSource where he develops, engages, and supervises over 1,100 external coaches connecting them to executive coaching engagements in corporations around the world. Jeff designs group supervision programs for global organizations and leads group supervision for CoachSource coaches along with other certified coaching supervisors.
Inga Bielinksa, MCC, ACTC, ESIA
San Francisco, California
Inga Bielinska is a Master Certified Coach, team coach certified by both ICF (ACTC) and EMCC (ITCA), and a business trainer. In addition to that, she serves as an ICF mentor coach and ESIA EMCC coach supervisor. She specializes in supporting individuals and organizations globally, particularly those dealing with remote and culturally diverse teams or communication challenges. As a team coach, Inga helps teams overcome barriers, navigate processes, resolve conflicts, and develop a clear mission and vision. With her extensive experience in various roles and as a board member, she brings hands-on knowledge to her coaching practice. Inga has a deep appreciation for cultural diversity and its impact on managing people and fostering collaboration.
Based in Silicon Valley, she provides global support to engineers and leaders, preparing them for the fast-paced VUCA reality. In addition to her coaching work, Inga regularly writes for US editions of Forbes and Newsweek. She has also published two books in Polish for leaders, one of which was shortlisted for a major Polish business magazine’s book award.
Meryl Moritz, MCC, EIA, ESIA
New York, USA
Meryl Moritz is an ICF Master Certified Coach and an EMCC EIA Senior Practitioner who works with leaders and teams on five continents, helping them to embed coaching into their cultures.Since completion coach super-vision training in 2019, she has developed a practice of supervising executives once they have finished a course of leadership coaching with her. Meryl believes that supervision’s reflective container allows executives to safely examine their reactions and interactions to enhance their relationship with self and others. These executives become increasingly able to withstand and adapt to unrelenting change and to support their own and their organization’s agility.
Meryl is also a coach educator who has been on faculty of three US universities and is a guest lecturer in coach training programs in China, India, Japan, and Russia. In 2019, Meryl (like Damian Goldvarg before her!) was inducted into the ICF’s Circle of Distinction for life-time achievement in coaching. She holds the Master of Science in Organizational Sociology and is a certified Exponential Innovator through the Purpose Alliance. Meryl lives in New York with her husband who are both eagerly awaiting areturn to theater, new music, dance, and art once 70% of people receive COVID-19 vaccination.
Nancy is a multilingual Coach Supervisor, Executive Coach, Consulting Psychologist, Mentor Coach, and Trainer with over 27 years of experience. Nancy has 15 years of experience with clinical supervision. During her supervision, she utilizes different modalities such as Hawkins’ 7 Eyes model. She has worked with Fortune 500 businesses, non-profits, NGOs, national, state and global companies. Nancy is a Global Trainer on Cultural Intelligence, Emotional Intelligence, Inclusion and Diversity.
Nancy is an ICF recognized Master Certified Coach. She utilizes 360, Hogan and many other assessments to enhance Leadership skills for development and coaching feedback in order to help leaders understand the impact they have in their organization, improve work relationships and achieve key leadership challenges. Nancy has worked with leaders in both government and private organizations in the areas of Coaching Supervision, Leadership Development, Executive Coaching, Strategic Clarity and Focus, team building, career development. She is an Adjunct Coach with the Center for Creative Leadership in San Diego, CA. When working with Executives and Teams, Nancy supports individuals to remain engaged and productive while helping them develop and leverage their strengths. In developing organizations, she helps Executives and Managers improve their skills in all areas critical to success.
Nancy has worked with both government and private organizations including healthcare products and services, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, aerospace & defense, arts & entertainment, automotive, banking, chemicals, computer software and service, education, electronics, financial services, food & beverage, government, manufacturing, metals & mining, non-profits, fundraising, public relations, real estate, religious organizations, retail and travel.
Larissa Thurlow, PCC, ACTC, ESIA
Larissa Thurlow has been a Learning and Development professional for over 25 years. Recognizing that teams are a crucial part of working and organizational life and they can also be a source of challenges, frustrations and opportunities, she attended AoEC Systemic Team Coaching Training in the UK in 2013 and began to use the High Performance Team Coaching Model (Carr and Peters, 2013). Since that time, she has also completed Systemic Team Coaching Training with Peter Hawkins and the Organizational Systems and Relationship Systems (ORSC) training from CRR Global.
Larissa has extensive education (Masters in Distance Education) and experience (ICF PCC, EMCC Senior Practitioner; faculty member of Mount Royal University Integrative Health Coaching program, member of CRR Global faculty) in coach training, coach mentoring, and coach supervision (ESIA pending). Larissa is an active member of the Global Supervisor’s Network (GSN) and the Americas Coaching Supervision Network (ACSN). She co-leads the newly formed ACSN Team Coaching Supervision Community of Practice. Her experience extends across cultures and continents from the Americas, Europe and Asia to Australia, Africa and the Middle East and from non-profits to Silicon Valley start-ups. In the spirit of respect, reciprocity, and reconciliation, she honors and acknowledges that she lives, works, and plays on the traditional territories of the Blackfoot Confederacy and all people who make their homes in the Treaty 7 region of Southern Alberta.
Traci Manalani, PCC, ACTC, ESIA
San Francisco, USA
Traci offers Super-Vision to coaches in both group and one-to-one formats. Mindfully, she establishes a reflective space that enables co-creation and collaboration for systemic learning. Traci’s specialization with super-vision is with team coaches as she has extensive experience and training as a team coach.
Traci is certified as a Professional Coach (PCC) through ICF having completed two accredited coach certification programs: evidence-based coaching (EBC) through Fielding Graduate University, and organization and relationship systems coaching (ORSC) through CRR Global. Traci’s ORSC approach creates more cohesive teams and strengthens understanding that leads to strategic and sustainable solutions at a leveraged scale. Her EBC approach enables her to utilize strategies from a broad range of coaching theories to meet clients where they are in their development. Traci also has completed extensive EMCC training that includes two of Damian Goldvarg’s Coach Supervision programmes and the Global Team Coaching Institute’s practitioner programme.
Paul S. Sanbar, PCC
Los Angeles, USA
Paul’s life and career has been dedicated to the field of self-development and to affecting positive change through play, storytelling, and powerful conversations initially as a performance poet, then a psychotherapist, and now as a certified coach and supervisor. A certified LEGO® Serious Play® methods coach and a member of the MURAL Consultant Network, Paul supports his clients to think with their hands and put their imagination to work in both tactical and technological ways. When he isn’t playing with his toys or coaching privately, Paul is an external coach for Rewire Inc and a coach supervisor for the coaching start-up, AceUp, and Hawthorne Union, a continuing education and coaching group. Paul is an Erickson Certified Professional Coach [ECPC] with Erickson Coaching International, where he is also an assistant trainer. In addition to his certification in coaching supervision with the Goldvarg Consulting Group, he is certified in the DRiV/DRiV360 Assessment, a Certified Values Coach, and a Certified Team Prelude facilitator. This year, Paul is attempting a double-accreditation feat as he is not only applying for his European Supervision Individual Accreditation [ESIA] with the European Mentoring & Coaching Council but also preparing for his MCC accreditation with the International Coaching Federation.
Norma Perel, MCC, ESIA
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Norma is a Master Certified Coach by the International Coaching Federation, (ICF). She holds a degree in Psychology from the University of Buenos Aires. She received her coaching training at the Argentina School of NLP and Coaching, serving as supervisor, evaluator and mentor coach until 2015. She is a NLP practitioner and founding member and Board Member of the Argentine ICF Chapter. She is currently responsible for Latin America continuing education webinars. She is a member of the staff of Goldvarg Consulting Group. As a trainer of trainers, from 2014, coordinates, along with Damián Goldvarg, a virtual Mentor Coaching certification program for Latin America coaches
Patricia Veliz Macal, PCC
Los Angeles, USA
Patricia Veliz Macal, a Newfield Network, Mentor Coach and International Coaching Federation certified coach, has been a transformational coach, community educator and motivational speaker for over twenty years. She holds a degree in Communication Science from the prestigious Francisco Marroquín University and a Dramatic Arts degree from the Academia Universidad Popular, both of these institutions of higher learning are based in Guatemala City. Her education, as well as her extensive experience as a communicator and actor, has allowed Patricia to dedicate her time to design and implement educational theater pieces and seminars with palpable and enduring impact.
Claudia Mino, Ph.D.
Orange County, California
Building on over 20 years of leadership and management experience, Claudia focuses on culture transformation, team dynamics, leadership development, and employee engagement. She uses behavioral science and organizational psychology methodologies to lead people development strategies that get to the heart of the behaviors needed to create strong culture shifts that support and gain buy-in with the overall organizational strategy.
Claudia works with leaders and teams to achieve the mindset needed to bring out each person’s brilliance in a way that is appreciated, heard, and can achieve impactful results. Claudia is passionate about team dynamics and believes that collective brilliance is what inspires collaboration, innovation, increased engagement, and impactful results.She has worked with an array of organizations and industries including manufacturing, transportation, finance, and insurance. In 2022, Claudia opened her own practice, Mind Cultivator. Claudia has her Bachelor’s in Behavioral Science/Human Resources, and her Master’s in Organizational Psychology and was awarded her Doctorate in Organizational Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology.
Claudia was born in Lima, Peru and now resides in Orange County, California with her husband and their senior dog rescues. She is a foodie who loves to travel and learn about new cultures.