Our New Vision:
Founder Catherine Perry PCC
Advance racial healing and reconciliation. Create experiences of personal transformation, so individuals and groups move toward ‘What Is Mine — and Our’s — To Do’.
I founded the InwardBound Center in 2010. Our original vision was to bring outstanding leadership development programs to Atlanta nonprofits so they rank on The Best Places to Work lists.
After years of working with diverse teams, we created powerful ways to address the issue of race. In 2016 began the series ‘Racism in America: What Is Mine To Do’. All of today’s race programs are innovative and interactive, steeped in honoring core values, and call forth personal and group accountability.
Before founding the InwardBound Center in 2010, Catherine launched InwardBound Coaching in 2002. Former President, Georgia Coach Association; winner of GCA annual service award. Previously, Catherine spent twenty years in corporate marketing as Director of Marketing at American Express and V.P. Marketing at Bell Bicycle Helmets.
Kelly Jones Waller
Copyright owner, What Is Mine To Do? workshop. Leadership coach, trainer, and strategist. Significant leadership training with nonprofits. One of country’s top coach trainers with the world’s largest coach training company, Coaches Training Institute. Previously in sales and marketing for 12 years, including experience with Levi Strauss.
Cynthia Loy Darst
Coach training consultant for ‘What Is Mine To Do’ workshop. International pioneer in the world of coaching. Past President, ACTO, Assoc of Coach Training Organizations. One of industry’s first Master Certified Coaches, leaders for CRR Global and Co-Active Training Institute. Author, Meet Your Inside Team on Amazon. TEDx Talk: Safe Inside Yourself.
Significant nonprofit leadership and organizational development experience; former V.P. Human Resources at United Way of Greater Atlanta. Former member Board of Directors, Society of Human Resource Management-Atlanta. Founded Better Life Now LLC; certified in wellness coaching, and executive and team coaching.
10 years in leadership development. Master’s and Bachelor’s degree in Communications from California State University, Los Angeles. Drawn to the work of “What Is Mine to Do” because she believes that having tough, honest and respectful conversations about race while empathetically listening to other’s experiences is an essential way to create understanding, unity, and allegiances among all peoples.
Professional coach, facilitator, and published author. Former member, Georgia Coach Association Board, and International Coach Federation Board Committee. Coaches a wide range of clients and teams, including long-standing relationships with several nonprofits. Worked extensively in creative and performing arts, and in recruiting and professional development for law firms.
Senior faculty member, Co-Active Training Institute since 1999; leader, Co-Active Leadership Program. Coaches and trains worldwide in English, Spanish, and Mandarin. Corporate clients: Wells Fargo, Cargill, IKEA, China Merchants Bank, and T-Mobile. Proud coach and volunteer in LGBTQ community. Author, Young Adult urban fantasy series beginning with The Boy Who Couldn’t Fly Straight.
One of only 15 certified Master Coaches in Georgia. Former President, Georgia Coach Association. Chaired annual Prism Award Showcase featuring top organizational coaching programs. Nonprofit Coaching and extensive corporate experience. Before coaching, spent 20 years in resort management and development business.
Over 20 years in the personal and leadership development industry. Clients range from high-level performers in the corporate space to bringing leadership skills to women at a recovery shelter. “I am honored to be part of this wildly important conversation and movement about racism, and creating a world that works better together.”