Heather Luxion


University of Maryland, BA, Communication, summa cum laude


 Heather’s career began in marketing—first in real estate development and then in media and entertainment—where she was responsible for branding, design, and editorial content. Leveraging the deep expertise built over 15 years in marketing, she started, led, and grew a thriving design agency, where she managed a global virtual team. In these and future roles, she became known for her engagement management and customer-facing capabilities, eventually translating those skills into leading client relationships for Engaged Health Solutions and Co-Active Training Institute (CTI). At CTI, she was also trained and certified as a professional executive coach. Along this journey, Heather studied, practiced, and began working with clients on mediation, conflict resolution, and having conversations on race, diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Recent clients

Google, Amazon, Oracle, Fidelity Investments, McDonald’s, American Heart Association, Katten Muchin Rosenman, Northwestern University, University of Cincinnati, PwC, Grant Thornton International Ltd.

Training and Certification

 Co-Active Training Institute, Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC) and Co-Active Leadership Program; International Coach Federation, Professional Certified Coach (PCC); Northwestern University, Certificate in Mediation; International Institute for Restorative Practices, Restorative Justice Facilitator Certification; Race Forward, Building Racial Equity (BRE); Racial Equity Institute, Groundwater Training.

At The Boda Group…

Heather brings a balance of warmth and laser-focused insight to her coaching. She is known for her ability to see through chaos to the heart of a matter, allowing clients to make important decisions with clarity and groundedness. Humor and depth are woven throughout her coaching sessions, giving her clients the space to explore and grow as leaders. Heather has a deep commitment to helping leaders become the most fulfilled and authentic versions of themselves.