Hungry to Serve
The positive impact of pro bono coaching
Many coaches choose the profession because they want to make a difference in people’s lives. Pro bono coaching and coaching in non-profit organizations can help coaches amplify that impact by making coaching available to leaders who otherwise wouldn’t have access to it.
In this session, you will hear from participants in the ICF Philadelphia’s Ignite program – an initiative spearheaded by the ICF Foundation to provide coaching to non-profit organizations whose mission aligns with the United Nations’ 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. You will also learn about the chapter’s CEAD program (Coaching Employees of African Descent) and hear from an executive coach whose practice is largely focused on coaching non-profit leaders.
Who is this for?
This session is for non-profit business leaders who are curious about how coaching can benefit them, their teams and their clients. It is also for coaches who are interested in learning more about pro bono coaching, coaching for non-profits and the great work being done by the ICF Philadelphia Chapter.
Alicia Daugherty, Community Relations Chair, ICF Philadelphia
● Mica Alexis, CPC/ACC, Ignite Program Lead, ICF Philadelphia
● Diane Cornman-Levy, Executive Director, Women’s Way
● Michele Molano, Chief Operating Officer, Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence
● Marianne Fray, Executive Director, Maternity Care Coalition
● Christine Cavalieri, PCC, CEAD Program Lead, ICF Philadelphia
● Judy Weinstein, ACC, executive coach