Tracy Winter specializes in coaching neurodiverse and twice-exceptional clients who are gifted and ADHD, as well as executives and leaders grappling with ADHD-related challenges.
In addition to her coaching, Tracy also works with students through Rice University's Doerr Leadership Institute and serves as an ADHD coach trainer and mentor coach at the International ADHD Coach Training Center (iACT). She is credentialed as a PCC by the International Coaching Federation (ICF), and facilitates leadership development for Tesla and other companies. She is also a Co-Founder of the Neurodiversity Coaching Academy.
Tracy's background is expansive and multi-faceted, which serves her well in coaching high achievers with ADHD. Prior to becoming an ADHD coach, Tracy worked as a legislative researcher, a legal editor and writer, an adjunct professor, as well as a professional musical theater dancer. She received a PhD in Human Development, an MA in Human and Organization Systems, along with BA degrees in International Relations and Political Economy.
Why do you like working with high achievers who have ADHD?
“We have the most fun brains—and I include myself in that! I think it's amazing what our minds have been able to accomplish, even before many of us were identified as ADHDers. Those same capacities allow high achievers with ADHD to create new ways of moving through the world and continuing to achieve while using the strengths of their ADHD. As natural and well-practiced problem-solvers, we come up with unique and personal ways to effect change in ourselves and our worlds.”