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Sabrina A. Shannon, FACHE

Executive Coach

Sabrina Shannon helps leaders meet the challenges of dynamic, complex
environments. With a clear understanding of their strengths to lead and the
organization’s unique position, her clients hone leadership competencies, build skills,
and execute to deliver results. Previously a healthcare executive, as well as a nurse,
Sabrina is an experienced leadership and team performance coach. Her special
interest and capability is helping organization’s see beyond their present state to
take intentional, courageous steps toward a desired future.

Sabrina built her career from direct care to management to executive to executive
coaching in 1998 and joined MEDI. Her work with MEDI is grounded in a structured
approach of evidence based research that provides customization necessary to
leaders grow and excel. Sabrina has a strong track record for helping C-Suite clients
strategically select and build their teams and serves as counsel in critical aspects of
the talent acquisition and onboarding processes.

While her most prevalent work is at the executive level and with clinicians
transitioning into health system leadership she also has a keen interest in women
leadership. In 2014, Sabrina launched Advancing Women Leaders fortifying her
presence among female leaders as she examines and speaks on provocative topics
critical to advancing women leaders.

Her passion is to see leaders bigger and bolder than they imagine for themselves.
Sabrina earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing from Howard University in
Washington, DC, and a Master’s in Health Services Administration degree from The
George Washington University in Washington, DC. She is board certified as a Fellow
in the American College of Healthcare Executives, and she is certified in leadership
coaching through her training at The Wharton School of Executive Leadership and
she completed the Women and Power Executive Program at The Kennedy School of
Government at Harvard University.