Margaret Moore, MBA

Wellcoaches Corporation

MARGARET MOORE, MBA, (aka Coach Meg), is the Founder and CEO of Wellcoaches Corporation,
a “School of Coaching” for health professionals, following 17 years in the biotechnology
industry in four countries. A strategic partner of the American College of Sports Medicine,
Wellcoaches is a standard-bearer for science-based coaching and professional coaches in
healthcare and wellness. Wellcoaches has trained more than 5,000 health professionals as
health and wellness coaches, and now trains more than 1,000 coaches each year. Margaret is
also co-director of the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital, an affiliate of Harvard Medical
School, and co-director of the annual Coaching in Leadership & Healthcare Conference offered
by Harvard Medical School. Margaret’s collaboration with Edward Phillips, MD, to create a
Harvard Medical School CME program to teach physicians basic coaching skills, led to the
launch of the Institute of Lifestyle Medicine at Harvard Medical School, of which she is an
advisor. Margaret co-leads the National Consortium for Credentialing Health & Wellness
Coaches, which is developing national standards, certification, and the science and evidence
base for health and wellness coaches. She is the lead author of the first coaching textbook in
healthcare, the Coaching Psychology Manual, and she blogs at Psychology Today and The
Huffington Post. She co-authored the Harvard Health book, Organize Your Mind, Organize Your
Life, a neuroscience-based model to help people rise above distraction to create an organized,
creative, and productive mind. Margaret was born on a dairy farm northeast of Toronto where
she attended a two-room school and learned to drive a tractor. She graduated from the
University of Western Ontario with a bachelor’s degree in biology in 1978 and an MBA in 1983.
(Boston, MA)