Margaret Brake has extensive work experience in executive coaching, leadership development, and organizational effectiveness. Margaret is currently the Co-Founder and Chief Coaching Officer at Quantuvos, where they lead a team of coaches in helping clients develop adaptive skills and thrive in today's world. Prior to that, Margaret was the Owner/President of Leadership Performance Group, Inc., where they coached executives and facilitated team development for clients such as Delta Air Lines, Hilton Hotels, and Bank of America. Margaret also worked as a Senior Consultant at Bixler Consulting Group, providing executive coaching and delivering assessment instruments to Fortune 500 companies. Margaret has a background in academia, serving as an Executive Coach at Emory University and holding leadership roles at Bank of America and InterContinental Hotels Group. Before entering the coaching field, they worked as an Organizational Development/Training Consultant at MCI and Irwin and Browning. Throughout their career, Margaret has demonstrated a strong passion for helping individuals and organizations reach their fullest potential.
Margaret Brake has a diverse education history spanning several years. In 1984, they obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Florida. Following that, from 1988 to 1990, Margaret pursued a Master of Science degree in Counseling at Georgia State University. Margaret then went on to the J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University, where they obtained their MBA between 1993 and 1995.
In 2022, Margaret joined Emory University's Goizueta Business School for an Executive Education Diploma in Executive Coaching. Margaret also attained the ICF Member Badge from the International Coaching Federation in May 2022. The specific field of study for their MBA and Executive Education Diploma is not mentioned in the provided information.
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April, 2020 - present