“Leadership” isn’t simply a term used for high level executives. It encompasses all parts of our ADHD lives: work, family, friends and especially our personal lives. Yet, we may feel ill-equipped to manage ourselves or others in any of those arenas due to our ADHD. In this enlightening and encouraging session, find out how you can legitimately claim leadership by honoring your own values and vision; and perhaps easing the reins on expectations from others that you have adopted for yourself. Candid stories and expert support on this important topic.
Inger Shaye Colzie is an ADHD Coach and Psychotherapist specializing in making a difference for Black woman executives and entrepreneurs, supporting women through clarity, empowerment and resilience. She has successfully run her practice, Alchemy Coaching & Counseling, as a therapist and Licensed Clinical Social Worker for 15 years in spite of being undiagnosed until in her 50s. She offers the benefits of professional expertise with a lifetime of experience.
IngerShaye saw the need to create a space for Professional Black Women with ADHD on Facebook to fellowship, share and learn from one another. She was a guest speaker on YouTube How to ADHD and the Stanford University Neurodiversity Project among others. She has also led multiple workshops for Black Women with ADHD
IngerShaye experience includes NLP practitioner, Level 2 Brainspotting practitioner, ADDA member and volunteer, Philadelphia CHADD executive committee member, Founder National Association of Black ADHD Coaches, and C-Suite Executive Coach for a multi-million dollar company.