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Amanda Madorno : : Roam Consulting

I highly recommend that people work with Amanda  at least once in their life. Amanda has a foundation of knowledge and core values that are solid – and she lives by them. She has a keen ability to see through the façade that people can put up, and you must be willing to have deep conversations with her. I point strongly toward the coaching sessions I’ve had with Amanda as the reason why I lead more fully by my core values.

– Ryan Bahrey, Consultant, Bridge Partners Consulting

Over the years, Amanda has helped leaders and their teams drive personal and organizational change.  Her coaching clients range from executives and CEOs to board chairs. While her coaching practice is based primarily in the Northwest, she has worked with clients as far away as London, England and Madison, Wisconsin.  She  customizes her coaching to the specific goals and circumstances of each client. Satisfied leaders often return to work with Amanda as they meet new professional challenges and opportunities.

An accomplished and lifelong horsewoman, Amanda is an Approved Instructor in Equine Experiential Learning. Her Leadership Workshops with Horses put leaders, teams and horses together to make breakthroughs in their leadership skills and competencies.

Amanda knows how organizations work — and don’t work — from the inside out.  A seasoned interim executive, she has successfully managed organizational change and orchestrated financial and management turnarounds at $10 million+ organizations.  She knows how to navigate through resistance and get to the heart of what needs changing. Amanda’s sensible, no-nonsense advice permeates organizations from top to bottom. Long-standing problems — from executive turnover to organizational inertia — get addressed, and fixed.

Thought-provoking and engaging, Amanda speaks nationally on a broad range of leadership topics. She has served as adjunct faculty for Continuing and Professional Education at the Unversity of Washington, Evans School of Public Affairs and has guest lectured at Seattle University for the Executive Masters Program for Nonprofit Leadership.

Amanda is currently a member of the Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center Advisory Board, the Association for Experiential Learning and the International Coaching Federation.