Mysterial Leadership Coaches


Founder Suzanne Anderson takes limited number of 1-1 Coaching clients each year. To read her full bio click here.
To learn more about 1-1 coaching click here.

Committed to making this work available to more women, Suzanne has trained select women to facilitate 1-1 Mysterial Leadership Coaching. Each of these women had already earned a certification from the International Coaching Federation or from their respective state as a licensed therapist.

In 2018 the following women became our first official Certified Mysterial Leadership Coaches. In addition to years of professional experience, they have each been participants in all of the Mysterial Leadership programs, have been faculty support in group programs, and have done group Coaching in Mysterial Leadership programs.

Mysterial Faculty


Meghann McNiff


Meghann brings 20 years of experience leading teams and facilitating groups, in diverse settings and with a wide range of populations — from fighter pilots in the U.S Air Force to inmates in the Framingham Women's prison, engineers in the National Security Agency to community health workers in rural Malawi and midwives in Afghanistan. She is a graduate of the Air Force Academy and started her career as an organizational development specialist in the U.S. Air Force. She later spent a decade in Afghanistan and Anglophone Africa as a management consultant in global health.

Integrating her professional experience in leadership and management with her personal practices of yoga and meditation , Meghann offers a professional, embodied, and practical approach to human growth and development. As her client, you will experience that Meghann gets it. She will listen you into clarity and offer reflections that leave you feeling deeply seen and heard— both for where you are now, and where you want to go.

Meghann is passionate about developmental coaching, because development enables us to show up in the world in bigger and more helpful ways. Development means we can handle more complexity with greater ease, and this expanded perspective helps us to get better at what we do and be better for who, and what, we love. This higher order functioning is a better match for our increasingly complex world—which enables you to live with more joy and ease, and offers the world a leader capable of greater and more unique contributions.

In addition to her professional passions, she has a great love of poetry, her adult soccer league, raucous laughter, and exploring the backcountry with her family. She currently lives with her husband and their two young kids in Seattle, WA.

  • Master of Public Health, International Maternal and Child Health, Boston University

  • Master of Arts, Critical and Creative Thinking, UMass Boston

  • Graduate of the Mysterial Leadership Depth (Level 1) Program through one-one coaching

  • Graduate of the Mysterial Leadership Emergence (Level 2) Program

  • Certified Professional Integral Coach, Integral Coach Canada

  • Certified Mysterial Leadership Coach

  • Faculty for the Mysterial Leadership Depth and Emergence (Level 1 & Level 2) Programs

  • Co-founder of the Seattle Coaching Collective

Jamie Selby


Jamie brings over 20 years' professional experience in the governmental and private sectors, with the last 6 years invested in the high-tech healthcare and semi-conductor industries. She is currently a Change Manager in the Customer Support organization at ASML. Her professional expertise encompasses business change management, organizational transformation, and team performance/leadership development workshops and coaching, which she delivers globally. 

Ten+ years’ training in Aikido and operating a martial arts school inform her work from a somatic perspective as well as entrepreneurially. On the personal side, Jamie is passionate about animal welfare, reading, gardening, bicycling and especially world travel, which she is fortunate to do frequently, both professionally and personally. She lives in The Netherlands with her husband Bijan.

Jamie has been involved with and supporting Suzanne’s work for 13+ years, as faculty member, program and business manager. She loves working with women to step into their greatness, bringing the fullness of their being to all they are doing, and is very happy to be a part of the faculty for the Mysterial Depth program!

  • University of Washington, MA Communications

  • Graduate of Newfield Network coaching certification program

  • Graduate of Level 1 and Level 2 Women's Integral Leadership university certificate programs

  • Associate Faculty of Boeing Women's Integral Leadership Program, and Women's Integral Leadership Opening programs

  • Certified Mysterial Leadership Coach

  • Faculty Women’s Integral Leadership Depth Program

  • Graduate of Pacific Integral's Generating Transformative Change university certificate program

  • Chair of the Board - Women@ASML

Nota Lucas


Nota has been committed to the development of Mysterial leadership for over 15 years, since participating in the level 1 program in 2005, and has supported Suzanne with many programs and initiatives since that time.  The Mysterial experience changed the trajectory of her life, which is to support women in their growth and development. She has been a Newfield Network-certified coach since 2014, and is a certified Mysterial Level 1 coach. 

Her earlier professional work involved over 30 years of public sector program management in the field of environmental protection and environmental education and marketing.

Her commitment to this work stems in part from her calling to be of service to others seeking transformation and in part because she has seen – and has lived – the transformative power of this work. 

Her education and training includes:

  • University of Washington, Master of Public Administration

  • Certified Newfield Network coach

  • Completion of Level 1 and Level 2 Women's Integral Leadership university certificate programs, and Faculty In Training program.

  • Certified Mysterial Leadership Coach

  • Faculty Mysterial Leadership Depth Program

  • Completion of Pacific Integral's Integral Transformative Leadership certificate program from Saybrook University.

Interested in becoming a Mysterial Coach?

In order to become a Mysterial Coach, women start by attending each of the Mysterial Leadership programs.

Mysterial Coaches are required to have obtained a certification from the International Coaching Federation or from their respective state as a licensed therapist.