Diane Garga, Ph.D.

Diane is an experienced facilitator and leadership coach. She has worked in corporate, consulting, government and nonprofit organizations in the U.S. and abroad. Diane specializes in organizational development and change management initiatives that drive innovation and strategic business objectives. As an executive coach she provides insights that drive behavior change, transformation and improved team performance.

Diane has a Master’s degree in Counseling and a Doctorate in Organizational Communication from Ohio University, and professional certification in Co-Active Coaching through the Coaches Training Institute. She is credentialed by the International Coach Federation (ICF) and is certified in several psychometric and leadership assessment instruments. Diane serves on the Board of the ICF Sacramento Chapter.

Diane Garga has been a major resource to me as a co-designer and facilitator of product development workshops. She grasps the goal quickly and contributes creative ideas which make it possible to engage small and large interdisciplinary groups in collaborative fruitful work. Diane is an exceptional coach to individual leaders and to team members, making it possible to move forward more effectively.
Cecelia Miller Horwitz, Executive Director, Center for Future Health, University of Rochester