Sheila Maith

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Sheila is president of Maith Consulting, bringing clients over 25 years of experience leading teams to deliver results. Her clients are leaders seeking to realize their institutional and personal leadership development goals with support from executive coaching, training and consulting.  She supports clients in taking their leadership --and their organizations-- to the next level of effectiveness. Sheila’s practice includes extensive work as a peer group leader, trainer, facilitator and strategic advisor. She draws upon her experience as an executive, a funder, an advocate and a board member to deliver high value services to her clients. Her coaching clients include leaders from a range of industries including financial services, legal services, education, pharmaceuticals, retail, manufacturing, software and real estate development. She also has coached individuals and led peer group cohorts in the Achieving Excellence and Mission Elevation programs. 

Sheila brings a wealth of experience to her clients, including her prior roles serving as Community Affairs Officer and Senior Advisor for the Federal Reserve Board; as Managing Director of Policy and Leadership Development at the Fannie Mae Foundation, and as Senior Counsel to Senator Edward M. Kennedy on the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee.  She also held positions at Local Initiatives Support Corporation, Enterprise Community Partners and at the Boston Redevelopment Authority.  Sheila began her career in the private practice of law.

Sheila earned a joint degree in law and public policy from Harvard Law School and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. She has an AB degree in public policy studies magna cum laude from Duke University. She received a certificate in Leadership Coaching from Georgetown University.  She is certified to administer the DISC assessment, the EQ Profile assessment, The Leadership Circle™ Profile 360 assessment and is a TetraMap Certified Facilitator. She serves as Chair of the Board for St. Andrew’s Episcopal School. She also serves as a board member for Advance Maryland, Inc. and as a member of the Advisory Committee for the Montgomery Housing Partnership.