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STEPHANIE SAMUELS
STEPHANIE SAMUELS

STEPHANIE
SAMUELS

Project Director + Executive Coach

Stephanie is an industry leader with a passion for problem-solving, innovation, and high-performance team building. She has led Fortune 50 executive team efforts to inspire collaboration in both the public and private sector to include supply chain, logistics, and customer excellence to optimize workforce change. As an executive with a focus on servant leadership, she led the way in performance management and sales transformations, and for the past four-plus years, she has taken those practices to a one-on-one executive advisory and coaching role, certified in performance management, project management, and servant leadership coaching, Her stewardship commitment to the City of Austin, FEMA, Red Cross, United Way, and Army Futures have led to many opportunities to drive new programs and initiatives. Investing in the Austin community since 1989, Stephanie has made a commitment to teach and mentor others through her work in the public and private sector and women-owned business success.

Focus +
Specialties

  • DEI
  • Strategic Planning
  • Operational Improvement
  • Leadership Coaching + Development
  • Talent Management
  • Team Dynamics
  • Process Improvement
  • Program Development
  • Organizational Change
  • Organizational Culture

Industry
Experience

  • Engineering, Manufacturing + R&D
  • Sales + Consulting
  • Public Sector
  • Philanthropy, Nonprofits + Social Enterprise

Degrees +
Certifications

UT Center for Professional Development

Golden Seal Certified PMP

BA in Business Administration // St. Edward’s University

Ken Blanchard Situational and Servant Leadership Certified

OSHA 30 Certified

PMP Qualified

Performance Management

Texas DOT/DMV Training

CCXP/CRM Certified

HUB/WMBE Certified

Company
Experience

Army Futures Command, City of Austin, Gerson Lehrman Group Limited, Homebuilders Association of America, HT Group, Living Our Best Self, Lowe’s, Red Cross, Russell Consulting Group, The University of Texas at Austin, United Way