Jody Radtke is an executive coach and facilitator supporting leaders, teams, and organizations in thought leadership, mission alignment, and innovation for over 25 years.  Inspired by nature, the spirit of adventure, and a commitment to inclusive and creative cultures, Jody has supported national organizations through mergers and reorganizations and has shepherded local start-ups through the awkward and sometimes painful development into organizational maturity.  She has worked with leaders and teams at Slack, Nuna, Icebreaker, the Denver Leadership Forum and Minerva BC. 

Jody has been a Program Director and field staff for Outward Bound for over 25 years and continues to lead expeditions.  Most recently she led an expedition of executive leaders to Mt Everest base camp. Previously she was Program Director for the Women’s Wilderness Institute. She has worked with active duty personnel and their families as a military and family life consultant and as the Clinical Director of HealingQuest’s Ski Therapy program.   She is on the Board of Directors of the Canadian Adaptive Climbing Society, a wilderness first responder, and a licensed professional counselor in Colorado and British Columbia.

Jody holds a Bachelor’s degree  in Leadership from the University of Wisconsin and a Master’s degree  in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology from Naropa University in Boulder, CO. She brings the wisdom of Eastern philosophies, mindfulness awareness, and Western organizational leadership to her coaching and facilitation practice. She lives with her wife and dog near Vancouver, BC where she enjoys active, playful living immersed in the serenity of nature.