We’re bringing together a slate of our most popular coaches to offer one-on-one situational coaching for our Corporate Members. Sessions will be 45 minutes, first-come-first-served, with limited availability. Please contact Avery@WeAreWatermark.org with any questions.
Dr. Barbara Mark has a deeply held passion for working with women in midlife and has built a decades long career as an elite leadership, career and life strategies coach and advisor to senior executive women. She is a recognized expert on the psychology of women and is the leading authority on the midlife stages of adult development and how these stages impact a woman's career development and life choices. As a result, Barbara is a sought-after coach by women who are looking to make appropriate and actionable personal and professional decisions at critical stages of their lives and careers. Helping her clients ﬁnd clarity around everything from how to deal with career and life challenges to avoiding hot ﬂashes in the boardroom makes her an invaluable asset to every professional woman. Barbara has been brought into the conﬁdence of hundreds of professional women seeking to maintain inner balance while facing diverse external demands, personal ambition, and the desire to feel satisﬁed and fulﬁlled personally and professionally.
Janet Miller Evans is the Founder & CEO of Entevos. She is an Executive & Team Coach with certification in coaching, leadership mentoring, mental wellness, diversity, inclusion, and belonging. She is certified by the International Coaches Federation (ICF) and the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC). Janet provides services to executives, leaders, and teams from organizations around the globe, which have included AT&T, Blue Shield of California, UNICEF, Workday, and Twitter. Her clients have resided in 40 countries.
Janet’s professional experience includes leadership roles at Fortune 100 organizations, including FedEx, IBM, UPS, Comcast, and the pharmaceutical and government utility industries. Her corporate responsibilities included managing P&Ls and exceeding multi-million dollar revenue goals. She shares the knowledge gained from diverse business, professional, and personal experiences to guide clients to re-engineer their current thinking and increase their authenticity and performance.
Janet holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and a Master of Public Administration from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. She is married and the mother of two daughters.
As a leadership coach and Emotional Intelligence master trainer, Joie Seldon addresses the interpersonal aspects of the workplace. She has helped clients from startups to Fortune 500 companies learn how to minimize stress, handle conflict effectively, increase creativity and innovation, and develop their strengths.
Joie’s mission is to teach easy-to-use techniques to master emotions, build healthy relationships and fulfill ambitions. Drawing from her background as an entrepreneur, professional actor, acting teacher, and counselor, she developed a keen understanding of human motivation and behavior.
Her decades of experience resulted in the creation of a practical and highly effective training called The J.O.I.E. Method. In-person and in her instructor-led online course, EMOTIONS AT WORK, she helps executives and professionals successfully navigate challenging situations and advance their careers. She has presented to worldwide audiences and offers presentation skills and executive presence coaching. She holds a master’s degree in Somatic Psychology.
Sharon Wamble-King is a Berkeley native who has served in senior leadership roles at several management consulting firms, health care insurance companies, and more. She provided leadership development and coaching solutions in addition to developing strategic communications, marketing, and change leadership processes.
As President of The WambleKing Group, Sharon has brought her keen insights and knowledge about organizational effectiveness and cultural transformation to establish her clients as thought and industry leaders, develop and implement change management strategies, executive, crisis and multicultural communication solutions. She has also provided her relationship building, business development, and governance competence as a board member of diverse non-profit organizations, board trustee of an HBCU and as the vice chair of a public university.
Sharon is passionate about equity and inclusion and is currently pursuing a doctorate in the Leadership and Change program at Antioch University. Her research is focused on African American women’s unique leadership enactment shaped by the traditional African ethos and contemporary socialization processes. She is one of the authors of “The Journey of Faith in the Impossible” in Women in Leadership and “The Outcomes of Influence” in The ABCs of Influence.