Productivity Performance Coach Consultant
Stacey Saunders helps entrepreneurs and business owners feel more productive, accomplished and calm at the end of the day by coaching them on how to go from busyness to business. Stacey is known for training professionals on purposeful productivity and for relationship-building that helps others establish successful strategic partnerships.
Stacey has been a leader, manager, and trainer in the public, private and nonprofit sectors for more than 20 years. As a coach, she helps professionals examine their operations and find ways to be more efficient, productive and impactful.
She is a student leader and facilitator at the Wright Foundation for the Realization of Human Potential. This work has helped Stacey, her clients and her students focus on how their individuality impacts their business success and interpersonal communications.
Stacey is an advocate for women and girls and volunteers at a variety of Chicago community organizations such as 2nd Story, the Center for Changing Lives, Women Belong, and the Women Entrepreneurs’ Secrets of Success. Stacey oversaw a merger of the Lesbian Community Care Project and Howard Brown Health, two organizations focused on health and wellness in the LGBT community.
Stacey earned a master’s degree in business administration from Loyola University. She also has a bachelor’s degree in political science and a certificate in grant writing, both from DePaul University.