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Kathy Snyder

 

Member profile details

First name
Kathy
Last name
Snyder
 

Personal information

Bio
Dedicated to improving wellbeing, Kathy Snyder serves as the Midland Area Wellbeing Coalition Coordinator in cooperation with the Midland Community Success Panel. In this role, Kathy does consulting, facilitating, presenting, training, curriculum development, and a variety of other collaborative endeavors. In addition to over 25 years of experience in education, she holds master’s degrees in both counseling and applied positive psychology. She is also certified in Creating Positive Change, Bounce Back Better Resilience, Flourishing Skills Group, Psychological Safety, Inclusion and Diversity, PERMAH Organizational Survey, and Coaching and is trained in Design Thinking and Appreciative Inquiry. Additionally, Kathy is a co-creator and teacher of two Wellbeing Lab programs: Certificate in Applied Positive Psychology and the Certificate in Creating Wellbeing. These programs are designed for individuals, organizations, and communities. Kathy and her husband Mike are outdoor enthusiasts and have been married for 28 years. They are proud parents to two wonderful college students, Haylee and Cayden.
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Professional Information

Employer
Midland Area Wellbeing Coalition
Job title
Coalition Coordinator
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Primary Focus
community wellbeing
Professional Interests
  • Appreciative Inquiry
  • Coaching
  • Consulting
Professional Skills
  • Speaking
  • Teaching resilience
Coach Training
  • 60+ Hours Coach Training
Fluent in Languages
  • English
Certifications
Creating Positive Change, Bounce Back Better Resilience, Flourishing Skills Group, Psychological Safety, Inclusion and Diversity, PERMAH Organizational Survey, and Coaching
 

Education

Degrees Before MAPP
B.A. in psychology from the University of Michigan



M.A. in counseling from Central Michigan University
 

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Speaking Experience

Interested in Speaking Referrals
Yes
Experience speaking to large audiences
Yes
 

Publications

Capstone title and abstract
MPS SOARs: Bringing out the strengths, opportunities, aspirations, and reflection from Midland Public Schools elementary staff members as they prepare for building consolidations Due to a variety of factors, Midland Public Schools is closing 5 of 12 elementary buildings in the 2010-2011 school year. MPS SOARs is a two part modified AI process designed to both provide closure and optimism to end the 2009-2010 school year in their current buildings and to starting the process of building a positive group morale to begin the 2010-2011 school year in the consolidated schools.
 

Contact data

Province/State
MI
Country
USA
MAPP Geography
  • USA - Midwest
 

MAPP Information

MAPP Year
2010
Board sort key
2010
Class Rep
Yes
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