From high-profile organizations to local individuals and entrepreneurs, Arshia serves her clients as an experienced transformation coach and adviser. She developed her tireless work ethic at Wright Graduate University pursuing her Master's of Arts in Leadership and Coaching. Prior to pursuing her masters, she spent 12 years as a Mental Health Counselor serving all spectrums of people from CEO's (as a management consultant) to young children. She specialized in Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM), Trauma and Grief Counseling with her post-graduate work and ran groups for women and children in all spectrums of abuse.
She graduated in 2000 with honors obtaining a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from University of Toronto, CA.
She cultivated a deep commitment to women's social-emotional intelligence and transformational leadership while pursuing advance graduate certifications in Social-Emotional Intelligence for Leadership & Coaching, Transformational Coaching & Leadership, as well as Group Process in Elkhorn WI.
Arshia established her career at UMMA Center as a grass-roots non-profit dedicated to empowering the lives of the undeserved through education, as the Vice President of Stewardship and Organizational Development in Chicago, working there for 10 years.
She is currently the Director of Development & Communications at American Islamic College where she oversees all programs and events related to fundraising, stewardship, organizational development, public relations and communication.
Arshia cherishes being a mother of two wonderful boys, while pursuing her coaching business with 18 years of experience in Mental Health, Human & Organizational Development for exclusive clients in North America.