An engaging, vibrant and sought after executive coach and facilitator, Stacey Shipman believes in bringing out the best in people. For more than ten years, she has helped professionals improve their verbal communication – everything from formal presentations to motivating staff to hosting events.
Working with both individuals and organizations in healthcare, banking, marketing and the non-profit sector, clients rely on Stacey’s insights and strategies when they want to speak more naturally, connect better with clients and boost leadership effectiveness.
An avid writer and blogger, Stacey is the author of Speak Naturally: Move From Speaking Stress to Speaking Success and produces Move Breathe Explore a twice-monthly email newsletter offering practical insights to improve verbal communication. She has been quoted in the Boston Globe, Toastmasters magazine, South Shore Living, Boston Magazine and other national and local media.
Stacey is a member of the South Shore Chamber of Commerce, the Human Resource Leadership Forum and Toastmasters International. She was named a “40 Under 40 Emerging Leader” by the South Shore Stars in 2011 and holds M.Ed. and B.A. degrees from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
An expressive person at heart, Stacey is currently living out her childhood dream to become a singer. She takes voice lessons at the South Shore Conservatory in Hingham, MA and recently sang solo at her first voice recital.