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Charlyn Green Fareed, PhD, PCC, BCC - Fielding Graduate University. Atlanta, GA, US

Charlyn Green Fareed, PhD, PCC, BCC Charlyn Green Fareed, PhD, PCC, BCC

Adjunt Faculty - School of Leadership Studies | Fielding Graduate University

Atlanta, GA, UNITED STATES

Adjunct faculty in Evidence Based Coaching Program. Accomplished professional, 20+ years of progressive experience in non-profit sectors.

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Biography

Dr. Charlyn Green Fareed facilitates online discussion of coaching theory from diverse perspectives and guides students in the application of theory via case studies; leads coaching skills courses via web conferencing; mentors students one-on-one and in small groups; and teaches face-to-face coaching skills sessions.

Industry Expertise (5)

Education/Learning Training and Development Professional Training and Coaching Program Development Research

Areas of Expertise (6)

Organizational Coaching Coaching Across Gender, Race, and Ethnic Culture Women's Development Transformative Learning Leadership & Career Development Human Development in Organizational Settings

Accomplishments (2)

ISI Fellow (professional)

Fellow at the Institute for Social Innovation – Fielding Graduate University – June 2015-2016

Board Certified Coach Exam Review Committee Member (professional)

Career Coaching Subject Matter Expert - 3 Year Appointment - April 2015 to 2018

Education (1)

Fielding Graduate University: PhD, Human & Organizational Systems-Certificate-Transformational 2006

Learning for Social Justice, 4.0

Affiliations (2)

  • Institute of Coaching
  • National Coalition for Dialogue & Deliberation

Event Appearances (5)

Strong, Sick & Tired: Living Lives on the Strong Black Woman Flip Side

(June, 2011) Spelman, College  Atlanta, GA

From Theory to Practice: Real-World Applications of Transformative Learning & Social Justice Theory

(July, 2010) School of Human & Organizational Development Annual Session  Fielding Graduate University

Fostering Critical Transformative Learning in Strong Black Women: Creating New Ways of Doing & Being

(September, 2009) School of Educational Leadership & Change Annual Session  Fielding Graduate University

Innovations in Transformative Learning: Space, Culture, & the Arts

(October, 2007) Seventh Annual International Conference on Transformative Learning  University of New Mexico

Intersectional Models of Women's Health

(March, 2007) Uniting Theory and Practice  Towson University

Articles (1)

Chapter 6: Culture Matters: Developing Culturally Responsive Transformative Learning Experiences in Communities of Color Counterpoints

On May 15, 2005, four African American women gathered at the home of one of the group members to deeply discuss a topic not normally broached beyond the in-passing, customary advice to stay strong usually offered to Black women who seem to overcome despite all odds.

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