Carrie Geyer, MA, CCMP

Carrie is an executive career coach focused on helping clients discover their gifts, strengths and values so that they can design a career & personal journey that provides growth, fulfillment and wholeness. Carrie works with clients to align their values & strengths to design their days with the highest degree of personal & professional alignment.

Carrie also serves as a development partner for organizational transformation and learning journey. Each person plays an integral role in the success of the company, yet identifying and managing gaps in authenticity and strengths can be difficult and uncomfortable. Her genuine partnership works as a lever to align career fulfillment with company goals. As employee’s thrive, the organization is propelled beyond strategic goals, enabling the ‘rising tide to lift all boats’ principle to unleash productivity and joy.  A behavioral science geek, Carrie’s experience provides her with empathetic expertise in the best ways to develop people and teams towards organizational goals while helping each person soar well beyond what they think is possible.

Carrie’s career includes serving in the financial services industry integrating behavioral science with banking services and products, non-profit partnerships and fundraising for human services and higher education. She has also designed & implemented operational workflows, launched new, cross-functional business units, developed omni-channel marketing strategy, lead community development teams, and designed enterprise-wide training programs to align with strategic goals.

Following ten years as a U.S. Marine Corps spouse support volunteer, she served as a lobbyist focusing on enlisted military services and quality of life advocacy on Capitol Hill. Carrie earned her Masters degree in Industrial & Organizational Psychology from the University of the Incarnate Word, her Bachelors degree from the University of Maryland in Government & Politics and holds professional certifications as a Change Management Practitioner and in Mediation/Conflict Resolution.