Mary Lee Gannon
From Welfare to CEO of organizations with up to
$26 million in assets
Mary Lee Gannon is a Life/Career Reinvention Coach, strategic planning consultant and president of
StartingOverNow.com - a coaching and consulting firm that helps people reinvent themselves, their organizations and their businesses. She is a graduate of the Duquesne University Professional Coaching Program and an alumnus of the 2010 Harvard Medical School and McLean Hospital Coaching in Medicine & Leadership Conference.
Mary Lee's personal turnaround came as a stay-at-home mother with four children under seven-years-old who endured a divorce that took she and the children from the country club life to public assistance from where she earned success to support her family.
Services: Life/Career Reinvention Coaching / Strategic Planning / Board Development / Healthcare / Management Consulting / Public Relations / Meeting Facilitation / Leadership / Productivity.
Clients are from throughout the US and are individuals in transition because of divorce, career change, empty nest, relocation, or leaders at small to mid-size corporations or non-profits who seek a new direction. What keeps them up at night is not having a vision or strategy to move them forward. They see the future very much like the present +/- 10% and know what that has cost them in growth, income and fulfillment. They are working hard but not smart because there is a lack of vision, goals, accountability or good work/life balance in place to produce exceptional results. So bureaucracy, personal agendas and cynicism have grabbed hold when what they want is rekindled passion to be their best or create the best product or service in their industry at a rate of high performers who are fulfilled by a lifestyle friendly business.
Mary Lee Ganon is Recognized
Mary Lee Gannon is awarded the 2012
"Woman of Integrity" award by Pittsburgh
Professional Women on December 1st at Le Mont. Awardees are women of distinction who have balanced career and civic responsibility, who share their success by mentoring others and
supporting their communities. Pictured
here with Michelle Wright of WTAE-TV
and Beth Caldwell of PPW.
|Starting Over |
Mary Lee's personal turnaround came as a stay-at-home mother, with four children under seven-years-old, who endured a divorce that took she and the children from the country club life to public assistance. From there, within a short time, she worked to the level of CEO, directing three hospital foundations over the last 16 years each with assets of up to $26 million.