Trishia S. Lichauco, MCC
Leadership Development and Executive Coach
Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC)
Master Certified Coach (MCC), International Coaching Federation (ICF)
Certified Practitioner in EQi-2.0, Advancing Women in Leaders Assessment (AWLA), The Results System, Hogan Assessments, MBTI Step I and II Instruments, Leadership Effectiveness Analysis 360 Assessment (MRG)
Accredited Facilitator, The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team
Certifications & Credentails
I offer a customized high-touch coaching experience to clients who are motivated to take their personal and professional successes to the next level. As partners, we will endeavor to celebrate your story, to find your voice, and to embark on a journey of truth. My story especially inspires advocacy for leaders of color and multi-ethnic backgrounds.
Leadership is the ability to make choices. Through this ability, you will drive organizational impact on productive relationship-building, enhanced communication skills, confident presence, and proactive self-advocacy. During our time together, you will go through the process of heightened self-awareness and clarity of purpose. We will call on your hidden strengths and your inner motivation to inspire strategic change. Action-oriented tools will help optimize your leadership potential and performance and you will move through life’s ongoing journey with greater ease and resilience.
My journey to coaching is based on my passion to support those who want to be at their best. Coaching is a lifestyle and a culmination of a diverse set of experiences as an immigrant, stay-at-home mother, and an aspirational self-directed leader. My career has taken me through various leadership positions in Massachusetts, including serving as the chief of staff to the president at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and the assistant to the president at Wheaton College. In these roles, I led the central coordination of a wide-ranging set of responsibilities in the Offices of the President and served as the primary liaison to the Boards of Trustees.
Included in an expanded portfolio was providing sound advice to executive leadership and navigating through the complexities of competing priorities. I had extensive exposure to the C-suite, high-level administration and governance, executive recruitment and retention, diversity initiatives, and philanthropy. I have also held management positions at WGBH Educational Foundation and Simmons College in Boston, MA and was honored to serve as the 2017-2019 president of the New England Chapter of the International Coaching Federation (ICFNE).
“We don't see things as they are, we see them as we are.”
- Anaïs Nin