Wendy Moomaw, MBA, MS, PCCWendy Moomaw is a leader, adventurer, citizen of the planet, cultivator of ideas and people, executive coach and facilitator. She is openly committed to embedding diversity, inclusion, and race equity initiatives into organizations in service to a thriving planet for all. She has the unique ability to see and sense systems, to create the conditions for change, and to articulate the path forward. She brings this grounded experience and dynamic energy to the groups and teams she works with, helping them reach beyond expectations. Wendy coaches both leaders and their teams by integrating tools across the coaching and facilitation spectrum including emotional intelligence, polarities, navigating complexity, adult development, team coaching and facilitation modalities, embodied leadership, and the interplay of energy dynamics.
Wendy is the founder of the Conscious Collaboratory, which gathers diverse thinkers to spark new solutions to old problems. In partnership with Conscious Capitalism of Central Maryland, it currently hosts a group of seven conscious business leaders who meet seven times a year to learn about conscious leadership, conscious culture, and stakeholder orientation through embodied leadership, polarities, and adult development and who work together to develop conscious business solutions that will serve their organizations.
Wendy is an ICF PCC Coach, is certified as a practitioner in the Leadership Circle Profile, the Collective Leadership Assessment, the Hogan Assessments, and Polarity Thinking. Additionally, she is trained in leading inclusively, navigating complexity, adult development, healing collective trauma and as a workshop facilitator for the Immunity to Change. She earned her Leadership Coaching and Facilitation Certificates from Georgetown University, her MBA/MS Finance from the Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland and her BSCIS in Software Engineering from The Ohio State University. She is the Board President of Conscious Capitalism of Central Maryland, where she focuses on building and leading a non-profit focused on the practices of conscious leadership, conscious culture, higher purpose and stakeholder orientation to scale positive impact through business and leadership. She is also a Board Member of the Whole School Leadership Institute, a non-profit international institute for school leadership transformation and practice.
She has lived in India, climbed the Grand Teton, finished two marathons and with her spouse, is raising three young adults.