Geetha is a Human Resources professional with over two decades of experience with a specializing in Executive Coaching and Diversity & Inclusion. She has worked on multiple projects across global organizations with a key focus on women empowerment, persons with disabilities and the LGBTQ community. She previously worked with IBM for more than 10 years in various functions of Human Resources and Training & Development.
Geetha has designed and facilitated over 100+ projects across various industries like manufacturing, technology, financial services, retail, education, and healthcare. She has coached groups and individuals in communication, storytelling, design thinking and personal effectiveness. She is also a certified Design Thinking and MBTI practitioner and an Image Consultant from ICBI, Bangalore.
She has also received the highest level of certification in public speaking and leadership skills – Distinguished Toastmaster by Toastmasters International, a Communication and Leadership Forum based in the United States.
Maria has over 15+ years of experience and is certified in Advanced Neuro-linguistic Programming and Executive Coaching. She designs and facilitates women leadership programs for women across the Middle East.
Maria’s main focus is on Human Mastery programs, which drive transformations for happier, healthier and more productive people, teams, organizations and communities. In 2020, she launched The Women In-POWERment program and The Conscious Leader program. These programs help individuals and organizations to take a collaborative, expansive and human approach to building a resilient future, from the inside out.
Maria’s continued passion for bringing wellness to the world led her to launch Little Miss Wellness, a consulting concept where she designs and supports wellness programs. Her projects have included supporting the UAE Ministry of Happiness in their mission. She is a certified facilitator for the ‘Taking the Stage’ program licensed from the Humphrey Group for the women leadership learning journeys. She has also collaborated with ‘Women On Bay Street’ to host events and talk on topics related to supporting women in leadership roles.