MAGGIE STEIG, PCC, is a leadership coach and senior facilitator with INSPIRING EDUCATORS. Since 2006 she has been coaching leaders to communicate from the heart with clarity, warmth, and passion. Maggie focuses on the core values of her clients to deeply inform their work on authentic presence, relationship building skills, and storytelling to inspire teams. Representative clients include: Harvard Executive Education, Duke Corporate Education, Time Warner, Capitol One, Genzyme, Ratheon, BBA Aviation, Abu DhabiInvestment Authority, General Electric, and The Federal Reserve Bank.
Maggie has a background in acting and Improv Comedy. She toured award-winning shows to inner-city and private schools throughout New England on the topics of chemical dependency, domestic violence, and racism with the Equity company, Performer's Ensemble. Dedicated to employing theatre arts as a creative tool for promoting dialogue on issues of social concern, Maggie and the cast processed the material with students and teachers after every show, and conducted drama workshops with the students.
As a parent volunteer, Maggie wrote, directed and produced children's plays at The Neighborhood School. She was also the drama coach for the national television show Zoom in 2004, performed with Improv Boston, and co-founded the beloved Boston troupe Guilty Children in 1983. A favorite stage role was Frieda from Athol Fugard’s Statements After an Arrest Under the Immorality Act.
Maggie graduated summa cum laude from Boston University with a BFA in Metalsmithing, winning the prestigious Royal Society of Arts award in 1980. Last year she attended Georgetown University's Leadership Coaching Certificate Program, and has earned her Professional Certified Coach accreditation, PCC, from the International Coaching Federation.
She is a member of Actors’ Equity, the Screen Actors Guild, and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.