About Me

Annie Fitzgerald

Professional Certified Coach and Certified Mentor Coach

Annie Fitzgerald is an engaging and experienced Leadership Trainer and Executive Coach committed to every aspect of individuals and teams. She has the innate ability to communicate and connect with people to create unprecedented awareness and results.

Annie has coached a variety of individuals and companies who want to create results that seem “impossible.” The wide range of areas include leadership and business development, corporate culture improvement, and creating a surplus of personal abundance in time, health, and wealth.

With over three thousand hours in coaching, Annie is a Professional Certified Coach through the International Coach Federation and a Certified Mentor Coach.  Annie has completed two International Coach Federation approved training programs and has spent six years training individuals to become executive and life coaches.  Annie was honored as the 2014 Coach of the Year through the Washington State International Coach Federation. She has held several leadership roles, both domestic and international, for Accomplishment Coaching, and served as their Chief Operating Officer for four years, overseeing all operations of the Coaches Training and Leadership Program in six cities and two countries.

Before coaching, Annie worked with nonprofit organizations such as United Cerebral Palsy of King and Snohomish Counties, with years of experience in managing teams and overseeing and training staff. She holds a B.A. in Psychology and English from Eastern Michigan University. Annie has traveled extensively to more than 40 countries, is an avid reader, and is a Cross-fit and yoga junkie.  She is a cancer survivor and supports her husband as he lives with cancer. Annie lives with her husband, two children and a small posse of animals in Seattle, WA.

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I’ve known many professionals in the coaching field, and Annie Fitzgerald possesses the range of qualities that make the very best stand out: she’s bright, tenacious, bold, intuitive, authentic, spirited, grounded, challenging and playful. Her coaching impact is both subtle and stunning, and my life—both personal and professional—has been transformed as a result.

A coaching relationship with Annie is one of alchemy. Each conversation leaves me enriched beyond whatever I initially expect is possible, and as a result each week I’m emboldened to create alchemy moving forward.

 

Rebecca Perry, rebeccaperryleadership.com

A Little Bit About Me

I came to coaching because I needed to be coached. I had two small kids who never slept and my husband had been diagnosed with terminal cancer a couple of years before. I was S.T.U.C.K, filled with anxiety, and exhausted. Coaching has moved me forward and shifted my perception of life from one of struggle to one of gratitude and joy. As a coach I’m challenged, humored, and awed by my clients. I am in constant pursuit of development for myself as coach and leader and am eternally grateful for my training and my mentors.

I’m a cancer survivor. No kidding. Both my husband and I. Through cancer I came to a deeper understanding of community, love, joy, and appreciation. The amazing thing is that I don’t always remember the abundance I have. I still have to search for those things and be coached about them, but cancer taught me that they are always there, within reach. Remembering what I went through with cancer reminds me that I have courage even when I don’t feel like I do.

Annie Fitzgerald, PCC, CMC

A Little Bit About Coaching

A Little Bit of the Mundane

I’m a graduate of Accomplishment Coaching and served as a leader, trainer, and coach in their Coaches Training Programs.  I was their Operations Manager for a few years and served on their Executive team. I am eternally grateful for the years I spent with them and can not sing their praises highly enough.  I am a credentialed coach through the International Coach Federation. I have my Professional Coach Credential and look forward to being a Master Certified Coach. The credentialing process was a profound learning experience for me and one I enjoy mentoring others on.  I’m also a Certified Mentor Coach and a Board Certified Coach through the Center of Credentialing and Education.

I’ve done my fair share of non-profit work and I have a bachelor’s degree.  I’ve traveled to over 40 countries (but sadly, still don’t speak a second language). I’ve just recently begun traveling again now that my kids can carry a backpack. I love reading. I love sun and summer. I’m a Crossfit and Yoga junkie. I used to be a runner, and still hold the fantasy that someday my knees will carry me through another marathon. I live in Seattle, Washington, with my husband (who is still going strong despite his diagnosis), two kids, two dogs, two cats, and several fish. Did I mention that I love animals?

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