Peggy is a MOR Associates leadership coach and organizational development consultant. Peggy brings over 20 years of experience in a leadership role where she established organizational strategy, navigated politically charged situations, implemented successful transformational changes, and developed high functioning teams. In addition to her experience, the approach she uses draws on many concepts, including leadership theory, developmental psychology, mindfulness, sociology, organizational change, and systems thinking. This practical approach offers leaders an objective thought partner with whom to explore ideas and discuss challenges in confidence.
Peggy supports leaders in envisioning an ideal future and developing the path to get there. Peggy served as the Chief Operations Officer of a shared services center, where she had as many as 750 employees reporting to her that provided a wide range of administrative services. She is well known for her leadership of a program that transformed the administrative operations at UC Berkeley. She has presented both nationally and internationally, and co-wrote and published an article for the Center for Studies in Higher Education, on the development, planning, execution, and outcomes of the Berkeley program. She has also started up and managed program offices, served as a systems administrator, and accomplished many successful technology implementations.
Peggy earned her MBA from California State University, East Bay and her Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Business Administration from California State University, Hayward.
In addition to her formal education, Peggy notes MOR Associates’ Leadership Development Program, and Community at Work’s Organizational Diagnosis and Group Facilitation workshops as exceptional learning opportunities that provided tools that she continues to use and share in her work. Peggy was awarded the Network for Change and Continuous Innovation Leader of Change Award in 2014.
The San Francisco Bay Area is home for Peggy. She is involved with her Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), is a member of the City of Martinez Measure H Oversight Committee, and is currently Chair of the Board of Directors for Breast Cancer Action.