Linda Bidlack, MA, PCC knows the leader’s dilemma – when it dawns on us that our ‘helping’ isn’t actually helping. She coaches leaders to elevate their whole team and organization by upgrading their inner operating systems for the greater good. Linda's experience living in Haiti as a child fueled her desire to co-design and co-teach the course “Woke: Creating a New Normal on Race, One Conversation at a Time” for the Institute for Transformational Leadership at GeorgetownUniversity and she coaches leaders on how to embody inclusion while leading a diverse workforce. A certified, Georgetown-trained coach, she also holds an MA in Counseling from the University of Maryland, and is certified in assessments including the Hogan, the Leadership Circle Profile, and the Intercultural Development Inventory, EQi, ESCI, FEBI, and the MBTI. She volunteers as a moderator for Better Angels workshops, bringing passionate conservatives and liberals together to depolarize America. Linda has parachuted, backpacked through China and Nepal, loves hip hop and science fiction, and sings in a gospel choir.
Danielle Marshall is the Principal Consultant of Culture Principles where she draws on her 20 plus years as a leader in the social sector to center racial equity, foster leadership development, and develop strategies that drive organizational missions. She has worked in various leadership roles with nonprofit community-based organizations at both the local and national level. Most recently she served as the Executive Director at Playworks Mid-Atlantic where she led efforts to center racial equity. Danielle brings a broad understanding of programs, business development, and facilitation. As an executive leader, she collaborated with multiple stakeholders on initiatives that included corporations, government agencies, foundations, and community partners. She is guided by a belief in amplifying a diversity of voices and ensuring teams are active in designing solutions from within their organizations. Danielle is a Certified Diversity Professional (CDP) and holds a Master’s degree in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Louisiana Tech University.
Erica McKeeErica is committed to awakening the potential in others and expanding choice and possibility in their lives. Erica has coached all levels of the workforce, from senior executives to individual contributors and has taught leadership topics to teams and groups across diverse industries. She has a proven record of helping clients become better communicators and achieve a greater sense of purpose and balance in their lives. Erica’s style is direct and practical. Her clients appreciate her willingness to give honest feedback and to support them in cultivating new behaviors and habits to move them toward their leadership and career goals. Erica received a B.A. in Education and Cultural Anthropology from James Madison University. She holds two graduate certificates in both Organization Development (2003) and Leadership Coaching (2008) from Georgetown University. She is a certified professional coach (PCC) with the International Coaching Federation (ICF).
Marissa Lifshen Steinberger
Marissa Lifshen Steinberger is the Founder of One Eleven Leadership which provides coaching and facilitation services to individuals, teams, and organizations to become the best version of themselves. She believes that transformation can only come from within, and engage clients with empathy, authenticity, and cultural competence to facilitate opportunities for greater self-awareness and exponential growth. Marissa has more than 20 years of experience in the education, foundation, and non-profit sectors, and understands that organizations require courageous leadership and diverse voices to be truly effective. She holds an Ed.M. in Counseling Psychology from Teachers College, Columbia University, and an A.B. in Psychology from Brown University. She also earned Certificates in both Leadership Coaching and Facilitation from Georgetown University.