Kerry Secrest

  • Kerry Seacrest

Program

Core CNL Consultant; Women’s Leadership Circles

Work

Watershed Coaching, LLC

Education

MA, SIT Graduate Institute; BA, Villanova University

Biography

Kerry Secrest is a leadership coach for individuals and organizations, focusing on executive coaching, women’s leadership, team coaching, and leadership training. She has helped such organizations as ECCO USA, Kraft Foods, Inc., KPMG, American Red Cross, World Learning and SIT Graduate Institute, and AmeriCorps, along with a number of healthcare organizations and smaller organizations, and works with leaders to significantly increase their performance, goal-attainment, and personal fulfillment.

Kerry is committed to supporting women leaders. She founded the innovative Women’s Leadership Circles of Vermont program, a six-month, intensive leadership program for key women leaders in each county in Vermont now operated in partnership with Marlboro College. In 2013, she was invited to speak at the International Women’s Leadership Conference in California on the success of the program. Additionally, she facilitates national corporate courses for women in leadership, provides individual coaching for professional women, leads an annual women’s retreat, and personally experiences the power of being more than 12 years in her own women’s circle.

With a strong commitment to community, Kerry has recently been appointed to the Vermont Commission on Women, and is president of the board of the New England Center for Circus Arts. With international experience in Africa, Europe, and Asia, she finds that her international work provides her with a broader perspective for her coaching and organizational work. A dual citizen, she has been appointed by the foreign minister of Lithuania as the honorary consul to Vermont.

She is an integral coach with New Ventures West, credentialed with the International Coach Federation. She holds certificates in team coaching and the skilled facilitator approach, and in mediation through the Center for Dispute Settlement in Washington, D.C

Detours

(a mostly random selection of Marlboro microdestinations)