Cathy’s journey into coaching…

In 2000, I worked with a life coach in a program available through my position at Cuyahoga Community College. It helped me attain a long-time dream of working for myself, as a consultant to others. In 2007, a professional coach approached me about collaborating. This invitation helped me to realize yet another personal goal—to work with individuals, in addition to business clients. Through my professional career and personal coaching experience, I have learned what can be achieved by allowing yourself to be open to the possibilities and exciting paths your life may take. I now provide this type of mentoring to individuals and organizations, especially those seeking a more fulfilling career or those needing direction or a better cohesiveness at their organization.

Cathy’s Bio

Coach, speaker, trainer and author, Cathy is the founder and principal at Transition Consulting and Coaching. After many years of working in HR, program development and leadership for other organizations and consulting on the side, Cathy decided to give coaching her full attention. With her 2-year-old daughter in tow, she launched Transition Consulting and Coaching. Cathy provides career coaching, small business development, HR support, nonprofit consulting services and workshops to transitioning individuals and organizations looking to grow or improve their processes. She also works as a Senior Coach with CareerCurve, providing outplacement and transition support to candidates, and as a training consultant, working to help companies improve their workplace communications and overall effectiveness. Cathy is very active in her northeast Ohio community and serves on a number of nonprofit boards and committees.  In 2014, Cathy was honored as a Women of Professional Excellence through Women’s Network of Northeast Ohio and was as a 2018 Women of Our Community award recipient and Athena Award nominee in Medina County, Ohio. 

Cathy especially enjoys helping individuals and organizations connect with the things they are good at, and supporting each to develop those gifts.