Reboot Coaches & Team Experience Facilitators

We believe that helping clients develop the managerial skills necessary to do the job is important but not enough to create the transformation they are seeking. To be a leader, they must also cultivate a fearless willingness to look deeply through self-inquiry.

We are all navigating constant change. The more we can question and observe our reactions to the changes, the more we can master them. I find that the greatest risks we take in life are when we challenge our inner fears and self-doubt in order to actualize our personal dreams and visions for our lives.

Alexa’s strategic mind, playful spirit, and commitment to truth-telling make her a unique coach. Clients say that after just one session they feel more confident, supported, and able to execute. She has a gift for intuitive and empathic listening while supporting her clients to create space for productive change and take risks that can yield tangible results.

With a Masters Certificate in Mediation and Conflict Resolution and advanced training in emotional-intelligence tools, effective communication, and group facilitation, Alexa employs a discerning, solution-forward approach with each of her clients. Her use of somatic (body-based) healing tools, compassionate and fierce communication, and tactical resources helps clients address personal and business challenges; they are able to better balance demanding career needs with their desire for mind, body, and soul integration.

Alexa’s deepest core value is to honor the whole person and help each client identify what they truly need, long for, and wish to express in the world. Through their work together, the ideal role/job, improved relationships, and stronger leadership presence naturally follow. 

She has been a chapter leader and a board member of the Young Women Social Entrepreneurs, an international women’s business association, for seven years. Over the past 15 years, Alexa has managed teams in the for-profit and nonprofit sectors and helped hundreds of executives and mid-level managers–in companies as diverse as Kaiser Permanente, Google, Coach, and SAP–gain greater confidence and connection in their business and personal lives