"I love my job.  I get to spend time with people who want to achieve more personally and professionally. The folks I coach are really incredible, they are willing to do the hard work of changing how they think and act and I get to support them in making that happen."


Individual, Group & Team Coach

Gail believes in taking a holistic approach to helping people and organizations reach their goals. She coaches emerging and experienced leaders in a variety of roles and industries. She also coaches teams to improve their performance. She's committed to helping her clients implement practical, sustainable solutions focused on personal growth and business outcomes.


Coaching Style

Gail serves as a trusted thought partner with a style that's straightforward and encouraging. She enjoys talking with and getting to know her clients. She is highly committed to helping her clients get the best results possible. Using a proven, evidence-based coaching framework, she supports her clients in building awareness, gaining clarity and taking action. She helps clients address immediate issues, while acquiring skills to navigate future situations. 


Business Experience

Gail brings over 25 years of combined coaching, consulting and business leadership experience to each engagement. Her industry experience includes: retail, professional services, healthcare, education, technology and nonprofit. She has held several executive level human resources positions. In those roles, she focused on leadership development, succession planning, diversity and inclusion and employee relations.


Professional Credentials

Gail earned her Master of Arts and Bachelor of Arts degrees in psychology from Fairleigh Dickinson University. She received her executive and organizational coaching certification from Columbia University. And, she is certified in several individual and team assessments.


Gail lives in Las Vegas with her husband. They are the proud parents of two daughters. Gail loves vacationing with family and friends. She enjoys cooking, reading, and watching "SyFy" movies.