Dale Sinesi, BA, ACC, CPCC
For over 32 years, Dale has embarked on a business career with co-ownership and direct supervision of a family owned business, employing 130 people and generating 85 million in sales. Dale’s roles have included Human Resources Director, Vice President of Administration, and General Manager. Her uncanny and intuitive ability to inspire, empower and provide clarity to teams and individuals, helping them navigate their professional and personal development, solidifies her trademark style.
Dale earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of New Hampshire in Sociology where she completed a yearlong internship at The Shelter for Battered Women and Children. This forged a deep impression where she gained a lasting respect for the power of interpersonal support. Since then, Dale has been involved with a number of charitable organizations including: NICU Parent Support; Diaconate, Stewardship; and UCC Churches in Holliston and Natick. Most recently, Dale has served Jeff’s Place Children’s Bereavement Center Inc. as a group facilitator, board member, Board President, and Board Advisor. She also leads he Mental Health Initiative at the First Church Natick; is a member of the Leadership Council in Psychiatry at Mass. General Hospital; and is on the Parent Advisory Committee at the Dauten Family Center for Bi-Polar Treatment Innovation.
Dale holds coaching certifications from the Coaches Training Institute for Co-Active Coaching, and is accredited by the International Coach Federation. She is also an affiliate member of the Institute of Coaching Professionals Association at McLean ‘s Hospital. She has been asked to speak at several institutions, including Tufts University, Johnson & Wales University, and the Foundation for Metrowest.
In 2015, Dale co-founded NP Launch™, an innovative coaching partnership that provides leadership coaching for the growth and sustainability of values-based, mission-driven organizations. Through NP Launch™, Dale and her partner have been invited to present at several trainings and professional development events, including the upcoming Maine Women’s conference in September 2019.
Dale, along with her husband, Peter of 32 years, are the proud parents of 3 adult children. She believed in raising her children with love and giving back to this world, and to understand and appreciate the same work ethic, value system and self-determination that enabled her grandfather to arrive in America with very limited resources and work to achieve much success and happiness.
Amanda Wright, JD, PCC, CPCC
Amanda’s aptitude for empowering individuals to activate meaningful change in their lives has been a common theme throughout her career. As a Professional Certified Coach, Amanda brings a focused and holistic approach to help her clients realize their peak potential, achieve their goals, and reconnect with their passions. Her clients include professionals, non-profit leaders, and those with an entrepreneurial spirit from all over the country. In addition, Amanda is the co-founder of NP Launch™, an innovative coaching partnership that provides leadership coaching for the growth and sustainability of values-based, mission-driven organizations.
Prior to becoming a coach, Amanda was a family law attorney at the Cambridge law firm Bowman, Moos, Elder & Noe, and a Career Advisor at Northeastern University School of Law. In both of these roles, Amanda most enjoyed working one-on-one with individuals, employing strategic decision-making to identify and reach their goals while navigating obstacles.
For over twenty years Amanda has been actively involved in the non-profit sector. She is currently Vice Board Chair for Jeff’s Place Children’s Bereavement Center in Framingham where she has served on the board of directors for five years. Amanda has also worked and volunteered for a number of non-profit organizations including the YWCA Battered Women’s Service, Family Services of King County, Lawyers for Children, and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center’s Parent Connection. In addition, Amanda has provided pro bono legal work for the Massachusetts Women’s Bar Foundation’s Family Law and Elder Law projects.
Amanda is an accredited Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coach Federation, and a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC) through the Coaches Training Institute. She is a retired member of the Massachusetts Bar, holds a law degree from Northeastern University School of Law, and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Vassar College. She currently lives in Arlington, Massachusetts with her husband and two children.