Sandra Martinez, PhD, PCC
Focus: Resilience, Systems Thinking, Diversity & Inclusion
“Sandra has taken my leadership performance to new heights and enabled me to engage with greater influence and positive outcomes across all organizational levels.”
— B.L., Vice President, Sales, Marketing & eCommerce
Sandra has found that an adult developmental perspective melded with an understanding of complex systems best captures the dynamics of today’s complex environments and provides a valuable lens for leaders, teams, and organizations.
During the past 12 years, Sandra has successfully coached a broad range of leaders globally ranging from Fortune 500 executives, to national security leaders, to senior leaders in healthcare, life sciences, tech, education, finance, international development, the arts, consumer products, manufacturing and finance, as well as grassroots organizers dedicated to leading change in their communities.
As an instructor and researcher at the Wharton School, Sandra contributed to the GLOBE project which compares leadership across 67 societies. She supported scenario planning processes as a member of the Decision Strategies International team. After serving on the faculty of the US Army War College, she remained active with the International Transformation Chairs Network to invigorate the education and development of security leaders globally. In 2009-12 she lived in Central America, supporting regional family businesses and working to develop entrepreneurs and other groups active in civil society.
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Education and Certification
International Coach Federation, Professional Certified Coach (PCC)
Ph.D., Business Administration, New Mexico State University
M.A., International Management and Ibero-American Studies, University of New Mexico
B.A., Music,Colorado Women’s College
Master in Polarity Thinking ™
Member of the Adjunct Staff of Center for Creative Leadership
Fellow of the Institute of Coaching, McClean Hospital at the Harvard Medical School