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Norma Cortés

I have been part of the Adler International Learning team for 21 years.  Throughout those years I been given the opportunity to “wear many hats” and learn the ins and outs of how the school operates.  My learning path has taken me to complete the Adler Coaching Program and become a part-time life coach.  My niche is life coaching for children and teens. I am passionate about this “niche” and even if the way is not paved yet I am committed to make coaching available to every person from any age.  The possibilities are endless.  Learning and growing is an integral part of my daily living, and I take advantage of that opportunity every day. I’m passionate about people and their astounding abilities to accomplish almost anything if they put their mind to it.  Learning and growing is an integral part of my daily living, and I take advantage of that opportunity every day. Norma is a daughter, sister, aunt, wife, mother, grandmother, volunteer, coach friend and mentor. I am the 6th on a family of 10 brothers and sisters living in Puerto Rico and Florida.  I have two grown children Rafael, Jonathan, and a bonus child Darryl from my second marriage. I have 4 grandchildren.


David Drake

Dr David Drake is CEO of The Moment Institute in Portland, Oregon. He is the founder of Narrative Coaching, and he has been a pioneer in the coaching space for 25 years. His new work, Integrative Development, is transforming how we help others learn and grow. The Institute is launching The Threshold Lab to revolutionize how practitioners are developed so they can better address the issues of our time.  David is a Thought Leader for the Institute of Coaching at Harvard and a regular presenter for the WBECS Summits. He has worked with over 70 organizations, including Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Dropbox, Logitech, Nike, PwC, and government agencies in the US and Australia. He has over 60 publications, including as co-editor of SAGE Handbook of Coaching (2016) and as author of Narrative Coaching: The Definitive Guide to Bringing New Stories to Life (2018).


Pam Green

Voted one of DC’s top 20 coaches in 2021, Pam helps leaders identify new ways of practicing skills that allow their minds and wills to align with their emotions and make impactful decisions – a philosophy rooted in cognitive leadership theory. In addition, Pam’s approachable style as a facilitator and executive coach enables her to create a psychologically safe environment for her clients to make transformative and sustainable shifts in their conduct, attitude, and behavior. She is now pursuing a Ph.D. in Organizational Management to future-proof her brand while helping other leaders and executives future-proof theirs.

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