“The Glory of God is Man fully alive.”
– St. Irenaeus

Carla María Molina is a Sherpa trained and certified Executive Coach

Carla began her career at Procter & Gamble in Mexico and also lived in Puerto Rico prior to moving to Cincinnati, giving her unique expertise working in different cultures. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, a degree in Marketing from Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City and earned her Sherpa Executive Coaching training through Howard University’s College of Business in Washington D.C.

Prior to becoming a Sherpa Executive Coach, Carla worked for 22 years in Customer Business Development at Procter & Gamble, where she experienced a variety of business scenarios and challenges. She has broad experience working across customers, channels and different countries across Latin America and the United States. In addition, she developed broad experience on how to reach the Ethnic consumer in the US. Carla’s passion now has become working with her clients and seeing them grow through the coaching process.

Carla lives in Cincinnati where she is active supporting youth ministry and enjoys playing tennis. She has led over a dozen mission trips to orphanages in Mexico and enjoys traveling particularly through Europe and South America. Carla hiked the Camino de Santiago in Spain in the Fall of 2015.

“The Camino de Santiago has been a destination for pilgrims for over 1400 years. I hiked the Camino from St. Jean Pied de Port in France to Santiago de Compostela, all 500 miles on foot.
While I learned many lessons, one of the most important ones is that none of us arrive at our destination on our own. The way is much more enjoyable and rewarding when we can share and have support along the way.
As an Executive Coach, I walk with my clients for awhile and give them the tools they need to reach their destination. ‘¡Buen Camino!’ was the phrase everyone used along the way to wish us a safe journey. so, wherever you are along your destination, from one leader to another, I wish you, ¡Buen Camino!”

Camino de Santiago Hike (2015)


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