Why people need a Coach
I met Barbara Bassill 9 years ago, in a coaching capacity. Her immediate understanding, kindness and compassion stood out as qualities that made her a woman of heartfelt authenticity, integrity and depth. Over the years, I've come to know Barbara as a charitable woman with tremendous willingness to give freely of herself and the ability to serve in a leadership capacity. She has been a devoted wife to her husband of 33 years, and has mothered three now-grown children with loving attention to their individual needs. She is a strong role model for younger and older women alike. What especially stands out to me about Barbara Bassill is her warm heart, her standards of excellence—in so many capacities—and her enduring interest in championing other women to become the best that they can be—in the work force, in their homes and in all the many facets of their lives.
Barbara Bassill has been an inspirational support, wonderful friend, trusted advisor and coach to me and our educational non-profit, EduCare Foundation, for more than 15 years. As our organization has grown, she has provided us with creative ideas and opportunities that have helped us greatly to move forward. Barbara's compassion and wisdom coupled with her commitment and sincere desire to bring the best to people, and out of people, is such a gift. Her enthusiasm and positive approach are contagious. I am deeply grateful to Barbara for her personal contribution to me in my leadership role and to EduCare Foundation and the young people we serve. Thank you, Barbara!