Join us for a panel discussion focused on the powerful impact of integrating coaching into non-traditional areas of the community and workforce. Key topic areas will include the value of coaching and potential challenges for:
- Entrepreneurship and the new “hustle economy
- Under-resourced communities
- University students, postdocs, and leadership
Margaret Uhrich, ACC, MS, CPC, ELI-MP
Managing Director, Talent Development & Coaching
Margaret brings 25 years of leadership and entrepreneurial expertise gained in the healthcare, construction, pharmaceutical, and technology industries along with an extensive background in training and development to MEA.
Margaret founded and grew a commercial contracting firm to $8MM which in 2002 was ranked in the top 10 Fastest Growing Privately Held Companies by the Philadelphia Business Journal.
In 2010, she graduated from LaSalle University’s Master’s program in Instructional Technology Management. Leveraging her business experience and education, Margaret works with other organizations as a consultant, coach, and facilitator to train and develop their greatest assets, their employees. She has the unique ability to address the needs of the business and the desires of the employees with her solutions.
In demand as an industry speaker, Margaret has spoken at the Delaware Women’s Conference, ASTD SIG events, LaSalle University, E-Women Chapter meetings, Youth Work Foundation Career & College Fair, and various other associations.
Margaret is a member of the Philadelphia Society of People & Strategy, Greater Valley Forge SHRM and International Coaching Federation.
In addition to her master’s degree in Instructional Technology Management, Margaret is an Associate Certified Coach, Energy Leadership Index Master Practitioner. She is also a Talent Optimizer and Predictive Index Certified Trainer.