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Heather is a Certified Master Coach (CMC) who works with senior level executives in the corporate and not-for-profit sectors to improve individual and organizational performance through successful leadership and team development. Heather’s nearly 20 years of experience encompasses executive coaching, execution of business and sales strategy, team development, and creative problem solving. An experienced facilitator, she works with teams of all sizes in a variety of industries including: media, finance, advertising, grocery, healthcare, transportation, energy, technology, senior living, and public education. Heather is also an Associate Partner with KRW International, one of ClearWater’s strategic partners.

Heather is a skilled Executive Coach focused on accelerating individual performance. Her practice centers on development needs such as: enhancing leadership style, improving executive presence and communication skills, executing cultural transformation, on-boarding new leadership, and skill development for succession planning.

A professional public speaker at the local, regional, and national level, Heather conducts speaking engagements for organizations on a variety of topics. Also a professional television personality, she donates her time as a Mistress of Ceremonies and Entertainer for several fundraising events each year. Prior to creating ClearWater, Heather worked as an Executive Coach for Clear Channel Worldwide where she focused on coaching key leadership personnel, developing customized training curriculum, and facilitating hundreds of group training modules to increase performance in Clear Channel’s highest revenue-generating markets in the United States. Early in her career, Heather was a successful sales executive in media advertising for both Cox Radio and Cox Media for over a decade.

Heather resides in Tulsa, Oklahoma, with her husband and their 5-year-old son. In her spare time, she enjoys acting and singing for American Theatre Company and Tulsa Repertory Musicals, as well as participating on the boards of local arts organizations.