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Kerchner McConlogue, CPCC, PCC
Kerch (pronounced “kersh”)
short form of my last name before I was married
McConlogue (pronounced mc con' log)
work with people who are ready to challenge themselves to do big things:
small business owners and high performers in corporate settings, people
on the move, people who want to see change and results.
also work with adults who have attention deficit disorder, people with
endless ideas and plans, people who have too many ideas, who know they
are capable of more and want to prove it.
- I began coaching in 1999. Beginning in 2002, I have been working with organizations in strategic planning, construction of and revisions to bylaws, as well as strength based evaluations.
- From the late 1980s through the late 1990s I produced big events for non profit organizations here in Baltimore. These events ranged in size from the Baltimore City Fair, a three day long celebration of life in the city, to exhibitions for the Fund for Educational Excellence, to fund raising events for the Baltimore Opera Company. I traveled 16 days with the Carson and Barnes Circus on behalf of the Maryland Mental Health Association.
- For four years in the early 1970s, I was a process control analyst for Bethlehem Steel Corporation at Sparrows Point in Baltimore, MD
- From the mid 1970s through the late 1990s I ran a small crafts business, producing framed painted paper cuttings that I sold to gift shops and galleries across the country.
- Regular speaker on time management for entrepreneurs for the Women Entrepreneurs of Baltimore (WEB) (2001-2005)
- ADDA Presentation (2005) Juggling the Invisible on time management
- ADDA Presentation (2006) Making Decisions: It doesn’t have to be so hard
- ICF Presentation (2007) What’s the Big Idea? How ADHD Coaches hold the client’s agenda when it keeps changing
- ACO Keynote Address (2007) Community: What the heck is it good for?
- Board member, Newsletter Editor, National Conference Chair for ADHD Coaches Organization (ACO)
- Past Managing Editor of FOCUS, the quarterly publication of ADDA, the world's leading organization for adults with ADHD.
- Past President of the Baltimore Regional Chapter NAWBO (National Association of Women Business Owners)
- Regular volunteer as a program screener for Women Entrepreneurs of Baltimore (WEB)
- Member of the Board of Directors of the local chapter of CHADD (The National Support Group for Children and Adults with Attention/Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
- Support group leader for adults with ADHD sponsored by CHADD of Greater Baltimore
of The Transcontinental All Girl Truth Squad, a non organization dedicated
to encouraging women to remain connected to other women for support and
encouragement in both their personal and business lives.
I have been associated with:
- ACO (ADHD Coaches Organization)
Member Board of Directors, National Conference Chair
Editor of Circle, monthly newsletter especially for ADHD coaches
- ADDA (Attention Deficit Disorder Association)
Member Board of Directors, Communications Chair
Managing Editor of FOCUS magazine, their quarterly publication
- CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention/Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
Board of Directors member, Baltimore County Chapter, since 2000
Support group leader for Adults with AD/HD
- NAWBO (National Association of Women Business Owners
-- Baltimore Regional Chapter)
- Guild of American Papercutters
Founding member and past president
have three children.
They are all out of school and doing well. None of them are axe murderers!