Sheila F. Maith
Sheila’s clients are leaders seeking to realize their institutional and leadership development goals to reach the next level of effectiveness. Drawing upon substantial experience as an executive, a funder, an advocate and a board member, she delivers exceptional results as a trainer, facilitator and strategic advisor. Her professional experience includes working with the Federal Reserve Board, the Fannie Mae Foundation, and the U.S. Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee, after starting her career in private practice.
Sheila earned a joint degree in law and public policy from Harvard Law School and the Kennedy School of Government, her undergraduate degree from Duke University, and a Leadership Coaching certificate from Georgetown University. She serves as Chair of the Board for St. Andrew’s Episcopal School, a board member for Our Maryland, Inc. and a member of the Advisory Committee for the Montgomery Housing Partnership.