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Welcome, Kristin!

Mar 11, 2020

We are thrilled to introduce Dr. Kristin Moody as a new faculty member! Kristin will be teaching Business Alchemy: Create Abundance & Live Your Vision in the summer and fall.

Kristin Moody is a proud graduate of the Mindfulness Coaching School and an enthusiastic member of the International Coaching Federation. She joined the MCS family after a 20+ year career in education, during which she served as a high school English teacher, peer counseling director, principal, school founder, board member, and consultant. She has dedicated the last decade to supporting public education institutions and non-profits with start-up, replication, and improvement planning and implementation support, and has worked with organizations ranging from the US Department of Education, to the National Council for La Raza, to independent charter schools on reservations across the southwest. In this role, she has helped to open more than 50 schools nationally and has coached nearly 100 board chairs, principals, department chairs, and executive directors through the leadership of their organizations.

Her areas of scholarship and practice are focused on the role of empathy in effective leadership and diversity in effective organizational cultures. She holds a BA in English and Urban Secondary Education from Hunter College, an MS in Educational Leadership from Pepperdine University, and an EdD from University of Southern California in Organizational Leadership and Change. She serves as adjunct faculty in the USC Rossier School of Education’s online MAT program and in Morehouse College’s Leadership Studies Program.

She lives in Atlanta, Georgia, where she is active in her local PTA and volunteers as a youth boxing coach.

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