Mary Ellen draws on the expertise of her associates for a well-rounded perspective. She often co-leads team coaching engagements to create teams that work respectfully, acknowledge individual and collective successes, and resolve conflict while working harmoniously and productively.

Juhree Zimmerman, RN, BScN, MEd (Counseling Psych.), CPCC

Juhree PhotoJuhree Zimmerman is a Master Certified Coach with over 30 years of management, consulting, strategic planning, policy development and coaching experience at senior levels in government and business. She is a senior faculty member for the Coaches Training Institute and the Center for Right Relationship. Her coaching practice of 10 years includes teams and executives in IBM, Chevron, Health Canada, several banking institutions and health authorities. Her passion is coaching and training teams to transform organizational culture and improve quality of working life for all. In addition, she is certified in Emotional Intelligence, Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP – Master Practitioner), the LAB (Language and Behavioural Profile) and Team Diagnostics.

Matthew PhotoMatthew Sullivan is the founder of Sullivan & Associates Ltd., a company that specializes in preparing business plans, proposals, and conducting market research. He has worked extensively in corporate finance with businesses from all sectors and in all stages of development.

Nicki Weiss, BA, PCC, CPCC, CSP

A certified professional leadership coach, master trainer, and workshop leader, Nicki Weiss has worked with more than 15,000 sales professionals since 1992 including manufacturers, distributors, manufacturers’ rep firms, pharmaceuticals and biotech.

Clients describe her coaching and training style as fun, energetic, challenging, warm, grounded in common sense and focused on results. Earlier in her career, Nicki held sales and sales leadership positions, consistently achieving top-ranking status.

Outside work, Nicki’s hobbies include regular exercise, gardening, and skiing, all of which are hard on the knees and remind her that life is about the journey, not the destination.