Cassie is a certified Executive Leadership Coach who partners with women who are looking to build and empower high performing teams and close the gender leadership gap. She is a strategic planner and systems thinker who considers the complexities and nuances of the environments in which her clients live and work. With that awareness, she helps leaders develop and implement a purpose-driven vision of leadership that amplifies their mission and aligns with their values. She has particular interest in working with leaders to enhance their understanding of their own identities, inner critics and saboteurs, and empowering them to be who they truly are and achieve their peak potential.
Cassie’s coaching practice is deeply informed by her 24 years of experience as an army officer, leading diverse teams around the world and developing and coaching leaders, including general officers. As a retired military officer, she is well versed in the realities of leading from a minority position and wearing the many hats associated with leading organizations and being a wife and mother.
She currently lives in Dover, NH with her husband, two daughters, two cats, eight chickens, and one very small dog. She spends her free time enjoying the outdoors, weightlifting, gardening, reading, writing, and editing, and loves good coffee and great conversations.
Cassie has contributed to a variety of professional publications and blogs including, From the Green Notebook and Small Wars Journal and published a monograph in 2015 entitled, “Adaptability: Time to Start Thinking about Thinking.”
Education & Credentials
Executive Certificate in Leadership Coaching, Georgetown University, 2021
M.M.A.S. (Op Planning), U.S. Army School of Advanced Military Studies, 2015
M.B.A, (Organizational Leadership), Norwich University, 2012
B.A., (English), University of New Hampshire, 2004