RACHEL BUTLER, MA, PCC
Rachel Butler is an executive coach, a leadership and organizational health consultant, a friend, sister, wife, and mother of two boys. Rachel is one of those unique women who is both powerhouse and presence. If you were to only read her resume, on paper she's a total badass. But then you meet her and she blows you away with her kindness, her integrity, her humor, and her genuine care.
Professionally, Rachel has worked with over 325 organizations in the Pacific Northwest in not-for-profit, small business, hospitality, and technology. Her focus is on developing self awareness and systems awareness in leaders, facilitating learning among small groups, and building more human-centered organizations. She has a passion for working with women and loves the special magic that happens in groups when we learn and grow (and get a little uncomfortable) together. She utilizes systems thinking and results oriented coaching along with her unique approach that combines humanistic psychology, applied behavioral science, neuroscience, mindfulness, and health in human systems to bring practical and high-impact strategies to individuals and organizations. With Rachel you can expect humor and sincerity, along with a candidness and energy that will keep work together on track and moving forward.
Rachel holds a Masters in Organizational Systems with a specialization in Leadership in Organizational Development, is a Professional Co-Active Coach, a trained Executive Coach through Saybrook University, a ProSci Certified Change Management Practitioner, a Certified Centering Facilitator, and holds a B.S. in Nutrition.
Rachel lives with her husband, Matt, and sons, Sullivan and Cary, in Seattle, Washington. In her spare time you can find her out on adventures in the great PNW, reading a book on her patio, or riding her ebike around town whooping and singing a little too loudly with her boys.