Erin Dorsey

Co-founder, Certified Leadership Coach and Consultant

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With thirty years of experience in executive coaching and leadership development, Erin considers her mission as a coach to create a mutual exploration that instills a sense of optimism and boldness. She has built her success on three assets: a solid corporate background, organizational change expertise, and a depth of experience in guiding clients to confront their most difficult challenges. Her work occurs in the context of a strategic partnership providing an objective, knowledgeable, and confidential sounding board.

Erin is midway through a PhD in Leadership Studies at Gonzaga University where she serves as a Senior Lecturer of Communication Arts. She has a diverse background with extensive experience in executive coaching. Erin is a graduate of Strategic Life Coaching, Seattle and is certified as a Professional Certified Coach by the International Coach Federation, Washington, D.C.  She is a co-founder of Henley Leadership Group where she serves as an executive coach.

  • In the past year, 45% of Erin's coaching clients received promotions. Two were promoted to CEO.
  • Delivered executive coaching and leadership development to 300 leaders in one organization
  • Delivered a keynote presentation to 500 attendees at the Washington State University Presidential Series
  • Iota Rho National Honor Society Professor of the Year
  • Mid-way through a PhD in Leadership Studies
  • Married for 32 years and raised an extraordinary daughter
  • For the past 20 years, have organized an annual family reunion at Priest Lake, Idaho
  • One of four runners who received an “Inspired Runner” award at a 5K Run for Breast Cancer
  • Conquered a fear of snorkeling, enjoying the company of five turtles on one snorkel
  • Season ticket holder for a college football team where our tailgates host up to 75 parents and students
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Erin spends her summers kayaking and paddle boarding on pristine Priest Lake, Idaho.