Ellen Fulton’s mission is to elevate the conversations people have in the world and to support an increased consciousness for coaches, leaders, and organizations. She challenges clients to perform their own inner work with the understanding that an individual’s success is directly proportional to their self-awareness. She supports clients to build a robust perspective and equips them to take actions to achieve results. Ellen works with individuals, teams, and coaches to clarify their strengths and values, uncover blind spots, explore biases, and foster effective communication and confidence in order to positively impact their success.
As a Master Certified Coach (MCC) – the highest designation awarded by the International Coaching Federation — Ellen has extensive experience working with private clients and executives in government, corporations, small businesses, non-profits, and universities across 5 continents. She has worked with 1000s of individuals and teams at all levels of leadership to include C-Suite, mid-level managers, and individual contributors.
Fueled by her extensive coaching experience, Ellen is a dedicated leader within the field of coach education. She is passionate about building and enhancing the skills of coaches globally. Along with serving as Senior Advisor and Faculty for the Center for Coach Development, Ellen is the MCC Director of Training for the Leadership Coaching for Organizational Well-Being program at George Mason University, and founder of Conversations2Mastery which supports Professional Coaches working to become Master Certified Coaches with the International Coaching Federation. Ellen was educated as a coach at Georgetown University and supported by her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in counseling.As a married mother of twins, she lives in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and is an avid boater, Master Scuba Diver, and wildlife photographer.