Wendy Moomaw, MBS, MS, PCC
Wendy is a software engineer and business leader, an embodied athlete, an adventurer, and a community-igniter. She brings this grounded experience and dynamic energy to the groups and teams she works with, helping them reach beyond expectations. Wendy coaches leaders and their teams by integrating tools across the coaching and facilitation spectrum including emotional intelligence, team coaching, and facilitation modalities, somatic sensing, and the interplay of energy dynamics. She is known for her unique ability to navigate complexity and helps leaders and their teams develop a clear vision for what they want and how they want to do it. Wendy spoke about possibilities in parenting and community, delivering a TEDx Talk, “Mind the Gap: Parent Like a Leader” and also spoke at Ignite Howard County, “Transform an Idea into Reality in 5 minutes.” She delivered her Becoming a Mindful Leader™ workshop to the IEEE Women in Engineering Forum USA East. She is the Executive Director 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 and in service to their employees, their teams, their communities, their organizations, and our planet.
Wendy is certified by the International Coach Federation (ICF) as a PCC Coach, is certified in The Leadership Circle (TLC) Profile and Collective Survey, certified in the Hogan Assessments, and was trained in the Immunity-to-Change approach. She earned her Leadership Coaching and Facilitation Certificates from Georgetown University, her MBA and MS in Finance from the Smith Business School at the University of Maryland and her BSCIS in Software Engineering from The Ohio State University. She has worked for IBM, EA Engineering, Science and Technology and as a community leader. For fun, she adventures: she has lived in India, completed two marathons and climbed the Grand Teton.