Stacey Guenther, MSOD, is a stress management, wellness and well-being expert who incorporates mindfulness and stress management into her work with individuals, teams and organizations. She is a leadership and well-being coach, organization development consultant, experiential-based trainer, and a dynamic facilitator.
Stacey’s education and training includes Integrative Health Coach training at Duke University, and a Master’s degree in Organization Development as well as Leadership Coach training from George Mason University. She teaches an undergraduate course in Mindfulness and Stress Management at George Mason. She is a qualified practitioner for the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and has extensive training in StrengthsFinder and VIA Character Strengths.
Denise Scotland has worked in the field of professional and personal development for more than 13 years, leading experiential wilderness expeditions for students and non-profit organizations, and facilitating team building programs for federal governmental agencies and private sector corporations.
She has extensive experience and skills in advanced team building, leadership development, conflict resolution, communication skills, diversity training, experience-based projects and facilitated community service.
Denise holds a Master’s Degree in Human Resources Administration and a Master’s Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling, both from the University of Scranton. She also has a Bachelor’s Degree in psychology from Rutgers University/Douglass College. In addition to working as a senior facilitator for Legacy, Denise is a Technical Assistance Specialist and trainer for the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence and a member of the statewide Diversity Committee. She also works as a Mobile Therapist providing home-based counseling to those requiring mental health services.
Masuda Mohamadi, who works as a senior facilitator for Legacy, has ten years of facilitation experience working with teams and leaders. She is skilled at working with international groups to help them manage cultural diversity and communication barriers. While she grew up in Northern Virginia, Masuda has worked in Afghanistan, where she managed an international team involved in capacity building projects.
Masuda holds a Master’s degree in creative writing and a Bachelor’s degree in philosophy, both from George Mason University. Her work on diversity has been published in the Washington Post Magazine. Masuda is a qualified practitioner with the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. She is a certified Kundalini yoga instructor, and uses yogic approaches to help leaders manage stress and maintain focus.
Before establishing Legacy Team Development in 1991, Tom Wootten worked as a management consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers in Chicago, and with Deloitte & Touche in New York. Since then, Tom has helped Legacy become a leading international training and development organization.
Tom specializes in facilitating leadership development programs incorporating 360-degree feedback, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, experience-based projects, and one-to-one coaching.
Tom’s education includes a Bachelor of Science degree from Pennsylvania State University, a Juris Doctor degree from the College of William & Mary, and a Master of Clinical Social Work degree from Virginia Commonwealth University. Tom is a qualified practitioner with the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and an accredited Emotional Intelligence consultant. Tom recently became an ICF certified coach through Georgetown University.