Wendy is a Senior Consultant with our Career Solutions team. She trained in 2005 with Adler International Learning in Toronto and in 2007 earned both her Adler Certified Professional Coach credentials and her Associate Certified Coach credentials from the International Coaching Federation (ICF). She thrives on building trusting relationships in order to create a safe foundation for open and honest dialogue between herself and her clients. She is known for her superior listening ability and insight combined with her results orientation. She has a reputation for helping clients gain clarity and creatively problem solve while holding them accountable for their success. Wendy has several years of career coaching experience.
For over 20 years, Wendy worked for Canada’s largest cultural institution, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, based first in Charlottetown and then Halifax, often taking on assignments in Toronto. In the 12 years as Manager of Communications for the Maritimes, she demonstrated her skills in the areas of crisis management, media relations, publicity, strategic brand management, public relations, community sponsorship development and stakeholder management. Her facilitation and leadership development abilities are well honed and she has considerable experience in delivering workshops across the country.
While at the CBC, she received formal leadership training from the Niagara Institute, and was chosen as one of 100 successful career women mentors for the Nova Scotia Lieutenant Governor’s Young Women Mentorship Program in 2003. She is a member of the Centre for Women in Business, the International Coaching Federation and is active in establishing an Atlantic Chapter of the ICF. She is a member of Slow Food Nova Scotia and is on the organizing committee for the Slow Motion Film Festival held in Wolfville. She has a grown daughter who lives in Toronto. Wendy and her husband live in the Upper Chocolate Lake area of Halifax and are avid urban gardeners.