Award Panel

PRISM AND COACH IMPACT AWARD – EVALUATION PANEL

 

The ICF Vancouver Chapter was delighted to welcome three members to the Evaluation Panel for the PRISM 2016: The Future is Coaching event. All of our judges have experience in the global PRISM Awards and were able to bring high level experience to this important process.  Let’s meet our panel:

 

Christine Barnes, MSOD., PCC

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Christine Barnes is Director of Organization Development Consulting at Oracle, a global technology company.   Her professional focus is Organization Design and Development; she has a Masters in Organizational Development from the University of San Francisco, and leads a global team of Organizational Development Consultants supporting the Customer Support Services line of business at Oracle. Additionally, she has held senior and global roles in Organizational Development at BEA, IBM and Smith and Hawken.

 

Christine creates opportunities for coaching to go deeper and broader into Oracle.  She also wants to give back to the coaching community; she was a judge for the global 2015 ICF Prism award process, regularly volunteers for ICF research projects, and loves coaching people ready for change, inside and outside of Oracle.

 

She is pleased to be part of the 2016 panel for the Vancouver Prism awards, especially because although she now resides in California, she is Canadian born and raised.

Matthew Becker, M.Ed., PCC

 

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Matthew Becker, M.Ed., PCC, is the Coaching and Mentoring Manager for CareSource, a nonprofit managed care health plan. Matt has 17 years of experience in human resource development with a focus on leadership development, interpersonal skill development, coaching and mentoring.

 

Matt has a master’s degree in education in human resource development from Xavier University and is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coach Federation.

 

 

Within CareSource, Matt designed and runs the Leadership Transition Coaching program, which provides a coach to all new leaders to support their transition into their new role. CareSource was awarded the honorable mention in the International Coach Federation’s 2014 Prism Award program for the Leadership Transition Coaching program. Matt is also the co-leader of the International Coach Federation’s Internal Coaching Community of Practice and was a 2015 Prism Award Judge for the ICF.

 

In addition to his role with CareSource, Matt owns Authentic Excellence LLC, a leadership and executive coaching business.

 

Shawna Corden, PCC, PMP

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Shawna Corden is an Executive Coach and owner of Shawna Corden Coaching and Webinars as well as a Faculty Member with CoachU.  She is an OSU Alum and holds certifications in Professional Project Management from PMI, and the PCC from the ICF.

 

Her practice is focused on professionals’ development- in all areas of their life and work.  As a former Executive Coach with a Fortune 10 company she knows the challenges professionals face in being happily productive and engaged in all facets of their well-being- including work. Read more at www.shawnacorden.com

 

She is the former chair of the Internal Coaching community of practice for the International Coaching Federation (ICF), and a five-time member on the PRISM awards committee, awarding the honor of coaching excellence demonstrated in an organization.   She is also active on the Code of Ethics Committee for the ICF. She regularly speaks to global audiences on topics regarding Internal Coaching, Employee Engagement, and Mentoring.

 

Shawna resides in Corvallis, Oregon with her husband and has two college-aged girls.  Her “Why she does what she does” is rooted in having every employee be an all-star; developing and exercising their gifts. She enjoys cooking, reading and rooting on the Beavers.