Vernice Gibson

Vernice is a Co-Director and faculty at Georgetowns Institute for Transformational Leadership, an executive coach and facilitator, creating embodied leadership experiences at the intersection of internal and external complexity.

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Vernice believes that leaders can learn to expand their own impact and agility through presence, connection and awareness across contexts. With over 15 years of experience working with global Fortune 500 companies and large nonprofits, Vernice Jones shares tools and experiential leadership programs that create deep leadership awareness and drive business results. Vernice is a Director and faculty member of adult development at Georgetown University’s Institute for Transformational Leadership. She is an Associate (Coach, Facilitator, Consultant) at Cultivating Leadership, a global, deliberately developmental, complexity-based organization. Vernice is also on faculty at Growth Edge Coaching and co-founder of The Leading Inclusively Lab through Cultivating Leadership. Through her extensive executive coaching practice, she has been an executive and professional coach for clients across the US, Europe, Africa and Asia. Vernice has been designated by the International Coaching Federation as an MCC (Master Certified Coach), and a mentor coach. Vernice received an undergraduate degree in Economics, a Masters degree in Finance and a Masters in Business Administration. Vernice founded Women Leader Circles (WLCs) for Women and specifically Women of Color leaders after the pandemic. Vernice has worked on a number of community development projects including an Origami camp for girls in South Carolina, an English language program for Chinese seniors, and a program for church elders at a church with locations in South Africa, Zambia and Nigeria.