Clarice L. Scriber, M.S., MCC

scriberClarice Scriber is an executive coach who links leadership development, and individual effectiveness to organizational performance.

A Master certified coach, Clarice draws on more than 25 years of experience in financial services and the media, where she has advised and coached senior level executives. Clarice has worked closely with seasoned executives who have been successful delivering results, and need to develop their interpersonal skills to manage more effectively. She also coaches leaders who must deliver on big organizational goals, and can use the support of a coach to help them do this more with equanimity and grace. In addition to leadership coaching, Clarice works with executives who want to enhance their executive presence and podium skills. Her clients include Booz Allen Hamilton, Fannie Mae, the National Cooperative Bank, George Washington University, The University of Maryland, NIH/NCI, the Archdiocese of Baltimore, the University of Maryland’s Smith School of Business, and the American Dental Education Association.

Clarice believes that leaders must find their voice and the leadership style that works best for them. To that end, she coaches executives to maximize their strengths and to identify and implement strategies to reach their business and development goals. Her work with leaders often involves helping them to gain clarity and alignment around their organization’s mission and values so that they can effectively implement a strategy that support the company’s overall goals and objectives.

Prior to creating an independent coaching practice, Clarice was an executive coach and consultant at Fannie Mae, where she also co-designed and managed the company’s leadership development programs for high potential employees and senior level officers. Before becoming a coach, she was an executive speechwriter and communications professional. Earlier in her career, she was Information Services Manager for a top 20 network-affiliated television station. In that position, she was responsible for the organization’s media relations. She also taught speech communications and journalism at the University of Maryland, College Park and at Morgan State University, and English at Towson University. Recently, Clarice coached executives at George Washington University and the University of Maryland. She is a member of the faculty of the Georgetown Leadership Coaching Certificate Program, an internationally recognized program, which draws prospective coaches from across the globe.

Clarice earned her coaching certification through New Ventures West Professional Coaching Course. She holds Master Coach Certification from the International Coach Federation, and a certification in Adult Development Coaching from the Interdevelopmental Institute. She earned a M.S. degree in Clinical Psychology from Loyola College in Baltimore, and a M.A. degree in Communications from the University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg School of Communications.