We had our thirteenth Results System™ Community of Practice Learning Call on October 24, 2017. The call discusses “My Journey: Past, Present and Future” with Trishia Lichauco.
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Trishia Lichauco, ACC, is 2017-2018 President of ICF New England and will be sharing her story of resilience, diversity and inclusion reminding us of the unique life journeys of our clients. Trishia shares her experience in keynotes and workshops for leaders in the healthcare field. From the Philippines she journeyed to the U.S. and found a life different than she expected (and attitudes she couldn’t believe). After becoming an expert and advocate for her special needs child and navigating the healthcare system, she resumed her professional career in higher education and healthcare culminating in her role as Chief of Staff for the CEO of one of the largest healthcare systems. Feeling she was called to do something important, she charged headlong into the unknown. Trishia walked 300km of the Camino de Santiago in Spain ultimately coming to the decision that coaching is the place she needs to be at this point in her journey. In building her practice LichauCoach, Trishia has used the Results System™ coaching experiences as a foundation to the work she does.
Come learn from a fellow practitioner, reflect on your own journey and hear lessons learned about life, diversity, and the impact of the choices we make.
Trishia is the President of International Coach Federation of New England (ICFNE). She is a certified professional life coach from the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC), focusing on professional and personal transitions. In addition, she brings 25 years of deep knowledge and experience in the area of special needs from successfully raising her son to adulthood. Aware of the challenges and opportunities in these areas, she offers an honest and action-oriented coaching engagement.
Trishia’s career evolved in Boston, Massachusetts in the non-profit and higher education sectors. Most recently, she was Chief of Staff to the President at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the Assistant to the President at Wheaton College in Massachusetts. In these roles, she was responsible for the central coordination of operations in the Offices of the President, and served as the primary liaison to the Boards of Trustees. Her expanded portfolio provided comprehensive exposure to the C-Suite, academic administration and governance, strategic planning, executive recruitment, and philanthropy. Previously, she held positions as the Sponsorship and Acquisitions Manager at WGBH Educational Foundation and as the Associate Director of the Career Education Center at Simmons College. During her time in higher education, Trishia was a member of the NAPAHE Board of Directors.
Trishia earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Wheaton College in Norton, Massachusetts. She is a graduate of The Partnership’s New Executive Generation Program and serves on the Board of Directors of the Philippine Transmarine Carriers (PTC) CSJ Foundation, focused on health and wellness issues, environmental protection, educational initiatives, and livelihood opportunities in the Philippines.