Career Strategist, Master Certified Coach, author, speaker and teacher – Michele Woodward has the ability to help executives get clear about who they are and what they want to do, and to develop a workable action plan to get where they want to go.
A former White House official and corporate citizen, Michele works with people who want to be more effective in their work, find a new position, or re-enter the workforce.
Recently, she was asked to serve as Executive Director of the Ronald Reagan Centennial Commission, a bipartisan effort created by Congress and appointed by President Obama. She will serve in this role while maintaining her executive coaching practice.
Michele is a Master Certified Coach, is a member of the International Coach Federation, and is qualified to administer and interpret MBTI — the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator — and DiSC 2.0.
She’s a sought-after speaker, leads a number of workshops and classes and writes a popular blog. She is the author of Lose Weight, Find Love, De-Clutter & Save Money: Essays on Happier Living (2008), and I Am Not Superwoman: Further Essays on Happier Living (2010) available at Amazon.com.
She was honored to serve as a principal organizer of the State Funeral of President Gerald R. Ford. She previously organized the State Funeral of President Ronald Reagan, heading ticketing and staffing operations for all events in Washington, DC.
She lives outside Washington, DC with her two teenagers, two puppies and an optimistic outlook.