Principal and CEO, Dexheimer Consulting, LLC, Rachel Dexheimer is a sought after facilitator, trainer, and executive coach who spent 18 years thriving in the cultural and technical complexities of Fortune 500 companies such as Lucent, Avaya, United Parcel Service, and McCaw Cellular. Her favorite roles included designing, creating, and leading extra-ordinary global teams which included represented and non-represented resources. These teams implemented multi-million dollar projects across the country and around the world.
Rachel reveled in building strong business relationships, creating high performing teams, and assuming progressively challenging assignments from manager through executive.
Rachel spent the past five years providing clients with powerful tool and practical models to improve leadership skills, strengthen teams, and embolden clear communication.
Focused on leveraging the challenges innate to leadership, Rachel is highly adept at creating productive learning environments. She is a driven change agent who is passionate about forging leaders capable of solving the highly complex issues of our day.
She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Workforce Education and Development from Southern Illinois University (magna cum laude) and a Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership from Gonzaga University (cum laude).
In addition, she completed a rigorous two-year ICF accredited coach training program, earning her certification in the Transformational Coaching model through Antioch University. She is a Certified Professional Coach and holds the credential of Professional Certified Coach with the ICF.
She serves as Adjunct Faculty at Antioch University’s Master’s program. She is Lead Facilitator for Leadership Eastside, a catalyst for community leadership that addresses the dynamic needs of the region. She volunteers as Past-President of the Board for the Pacific Northwest Organizational Design Network and is the former President of the University of Washington Alumnae Board which grants scholarships based on leadership, service, and academic accomplishment.