Stacey Strongarone

Greetings, my name is Stacey Strongarone. I am a certified professional coach and organizational consultant. I work with nonprofit and social justice leaders with fierce visions of a more fair and just world, and who want support to realize their personal and professional dreams.

I have 15 years experience in program management, strategy development, grantmaking, meeting facilitation, and community education and organizing. I am also a licensed attorney.

As a coach, I work with people who want to enhance their effectiveness, longevity, and balance. I will help you articulate radical visions for personal and social change, and set ambitious goals in honor of your values.

As a consultant, I work with individuals and teams who want to create a better organizational culture. I offer custom-designed sessions on management, communication, team-building, and more.

I’m an Italian New Yorker recently transplanted to Los Angeles. In addition to being a coach, I manage nonprofit national legal services programs for people in immigration detention. My legal career has focused on helping people who don’t have lawyers understand how to represent themselves—primarily people who are incarcerated, first in New York jails and prisons and, most recently, in federal immigration detention centers throughout the country.

I became a coach to support my social justice kin who are feeling burnt out, lost, or hopeless. Coaching has helped me transform my career, my health, and my relationships. And because I’m a good listener who loves to cheer people on, I became a coach to do what I do best.

Working with Stacey has been transformative. Stacey is a brilliant coach. She is supportive and intuitive and creates a safe space for reflection, new insights and growth. Coaching with Stacey is also fun—we laugh a lot as Stacey playfully calls me out on what she notices. I particularly appreciate the accountability structures she sets. Stacey is like my personal trainer, but instead of telling me to drop and give her 20, she pushes me to pay serious attention to the most vitally important things in life—my health, my family, my boldest dreams for a better world.

– D.A., Executive Director, Bay Area

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