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My life’s work is always focused on learning.  For over 20 years I coached teachers and administrators in the public school system, primarily in urban and rural districts in Colorado. 

 

As someone who grew up in France and in the United States, I have an international focus.  I led professional development in India while on a Fulbright Scholarship and in Niger as a consultant for the International Rescue Committee (IRC). 

Currently, in addition to coaching, I moderate seminars virtually and in person for the Aspen Institute Community Programs in Aspen, Colorado.  I am also excited to be completing another degree on Adult Learning in a Global Context through the University of Linkoping, Sweden.

My work as an educator and moderator ultimately motivated me to become a Coach because coaching attends to our humanity in a world that allows us to forget who we are.  In many respects, coaching gives me the most hope. I thrive working with individuals in transition because invariably this is a moment of transformation.  The outcome is always better than where we first started. 

 

And a life well lived matters.  You matter. 

Allyson

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