Clarice Scriber, MCC
Executive Leadership Coach and Organizational Consultant
Clarice Scriber draws on more than 25 years of experience in financial services and the media in her work with senior level executives. In addition to coaching executives to deliver excellent results, Clarice works with leaders to help them enhance their interpersonal and presentation skills. As such, she leverages a decade of work as a speechwriter, years as a professor of speech communication, and her considerable experience in media and public relations. Her clients include executives in the corporate, government and nonprofit arenas. For the past three years, Clarice has served on the faculty of the Georgetown University Leadership Coaching Program, where she trains and supervises prospective coaches.
Clarice believes that leaders must find their voice and leadership style that work within the parameters of their organizations. As a coach and consultant, Clarice works with clients to assist them in maximizing their strengths and identifying ways to use them to reach their goals. Her coaching enables executives and their teams gain clarity and alignment around their organizations missions and values so that they can implement a strategy that supports the overall’s company’s goals and objectives. It is her belief that to perform over time with stellar results, executives must find balance and live in integrity with their values. As such, she works in tandem with clients to help them demonstrate mastery, and to acquire the leadership style that energizes them and motivates others.
Prior to creating her own coaching practice, Clarity Consulting, Inc., Clarice was an executive coach at Fannie Mae, where she coached senior executives and also designed and managed the company’s leadership development programs for senior leaders and high potential managers. Before becoming a coach, Clarice was an executive speech writer for Fannie Mae’s Office of the Chairman. Earlier in her career she was Information Services Manager for a top 20 network-affiliated televisions station. In that position, she was responsible for crafting and communicating the organization’s message to national press and local media.
Clarice earned her coaching certification through the New Ventures West Professional Coaching Course. She holds a Masters of Science degree in Clinical Psychology from Loyola College in Baltimore (1997), and a Masters of Arts degree in Communications from The Annenberg School of Communications, University of Pennsylvania (1976). She earned her undergraduate degree in French from (the former) Morgan State College in 1971. She is qualified in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, the FIRO-B, Baron EQ-i, (Emotional Intelligence), Benchmarks, 360 Custom By Design, and she has worked with the Leadership Profile Inventory.