Ruth Wilmot, a long-time educator, is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coach Federation and a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC) through the Co-Active Training Institute (CTI). In her private coaching practice she is passionate about her work with college students and adults with executive functioning challenges in their educational, professional and/or personal lives. Ruth loves helping clients clarify what’s important to them and finding strategies that support them as they make the changes necessary for success.
Her diverse professional career in education has included positions at an international school, overseas experiential learning programs and at Landmark College, a unique institution exclusively for students who learn differently where she worked for 33 years. At Landmark her roles included associate professor, academic advisor and ADHD coach.
Ruth has developed unique skills in helping clients who learn and process differently not only through her coach training, but also through her Master’s degree in Intercultural Management from the School for International Training and the work she has done with cross cultural training as a result.
Ruth has a strong interest in Japan and Japanese language and most recently served three summers as program director for Landmark College’s first Japanese study abroad program.
She enjoys hiking, running and singing in Vermont where she lives with her husband.