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Becca Bartholomew, MS ACC

English language


A sought-after coach, strategist, and facilitator grounded in diversity, equity, and inclusion, Becca has extensive experience working with groups and individuals to cultivate organizational cultures where humans thrive and their work excels. 


A skilled facilitator and public speaker, Becca approaches her work with a systems orientation and specializes in coaching and embodied leadership. She is known for her clear communication, innate ability to foster trust and firm, yet gentle approach to helping others improve their coaching skills, increase their emotional intelligence (EQ), and implement specific tools to improve their efficacy. With over 20 years of experience in project management, policy, research, intervention design and delivery, facilitation, and coaching, Becca works globally with public and private sector organizations to support leaders and managers and their teams.


Becca is a life-long learner focused on skills and methods for improving interpersonal communication and team dynamics. In 2019, she completed the TTTG advanced facilitation program through NTL Institute and Beyond Diversity 101: RACE through Beyond Diversity 101™. She was elected to professional membership in the NTL Institute for Applied Behavioral Science in 2017 and is also a member of the national Organization Development Network and the Mid-Atlantic Facilitators Network. Ms. Bartholomew holds certifications in the DISC, MBTI, EQi-2.0 and EQ 360. She was a student and then teaching assistant in the Triple Impact Practitioners program, a 10-month course in organization development and coaching led by two of the field’s leading experts, Edith Whitfield Seashore and Michael Broom. In 2020, Becca advanced her coaching skills through the Georgetown University’s Executive Leadership Coaching Program. She holds an M.S. from Tufts University and a B.A. from Hampshire College. 


She lives with her husband and son in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. When not coaching, you can find her doing yoga, being outdoors, viewing art (or making bad art), and traveling the world.

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