Marsha Haygood

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Marsha Haygood
Empowerment Coach/StepWise Associates, LLC

Marsha Haygood has turned her business expertise into a career of helping others become and remain successful. As a former entertainment executive, Marsha founded and is President of StepWise Associates, LLC which offers strategic coaching, leadership training and consulting services to individuals and groups who can benefit from a strategic thinking partner.

Marsha has advised senior management and coached professionals at all levels and offers customized services to help clients plan and implement strategies to reach their goals. As an in-demand international speaker, she motivates individuals and groups to take action and move forward with purpose.

For organizations wishing to manage their internal changes in a proactive and positive way, or if a group needs an injection of inspiration, Marsha is the person to call. For individuals feeling stuck or unfulfilled, and those wanting to jumpstart their life, Marsha is the person to meet.

Marsha has won numerous awards and is the co-author of The Little Black Book of Success: Laws of Leadership for Black Women. She is also a founding member of Black Women of Influence, a professional network across industry women with a mission of developing the next generation of influential women in business with the motto: “helping each other win”.

Marsha has been named one of The Network Journal’s Influential Women in Business. She has been awarded the YMCA’s Black Achievement Award, the National Association of African Americas in Human Resources Trailblazer Award and the Community Service Award. She also serves as a member of the Board of Directors for YouthBridge-NY, a non- profit high school leadership development organization.


Marsha has continued her commitment to the success of others as she travels throughout the country sharing leadership tips and success strategies as well as facilitating coaching programs and workshops.




Speaker Talk Schedule

August 03, 2018 - 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM Doing Diversity Right