Marsha Hughes-Rease is the founder of Quo Vadis Coaching and Consulting and has more than 26 years of leadership experience health care and over 10 years of coaching executives and senior leaders. Her clients come from various industries including multinational, healthcare, higher education, and government. As a leadership coach, she brings a wealth of progressive leadership experience from front line manager to executive, her education and experiences as an organization development consultant, and an intense experiential and evidence based coaching program to her coaching approach. Using a strengths-based approach with an emphasis on inclusive leadership, Marsha helps her clients identify goals to increase their effectiveness, achieve business results, and address perceived developmental needs that may be derailing their success. she defines leadership coaching as “an experiential and individualized leader development process that builds a leader’s capability to achieve short- and long-term organizational goals. It is conducted through one-on-one and/or group interactions, driven by data from multiple perspectives, and based on mutual trust and respect.”
Marsha is a mentor coach and also involved in facilitating leadership development programs. She is a member of the International Leadership Association, International Coaching Federation, European Mentoring and Coaching Council, a Fellow with the Harvard Institute of Coaching, and adjunct faculty in the Georgetown University’s Organizational Consulting and Change Leadership certificate program. She has a graduate degree in Nursing Administration from George Mason University and graduate degree in Organization Development and graduate certificate in group facilitation from Johns Hopkins University. She is a graduate from the Fielding Graduate University Evidence-Based Coaching program and is ICF certified as a professional certified coach. Marsha lives in northern Virginia with her husband and son.
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