Ellen Nastir, M.Ed., PCC is a certified professional
co-active and Positive Psychology coach with advanced training in
Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching. She received her
coach training and certification from The Coach Training Institute,
the first ever to be recognized by The International Coach
Federation. She has a BA degree from the University of Florida and a
Masters from the University of North Florida, both in Education.
Ellen focuses on the “people side” of professional performance
within the corporate and nonprofit structure. Her expertise is in the
development of employees’ people skills to complement their technical
skills and abilities; increasing productivity and retention,
communication skills, problem-solving and conflict resolution.
Ellen also is involved in her local community. She is an Executive
Coach for University of Tampa’s Leadership Coaching Program since
2004, offering pro-bono coaching to their MBA candidates. In addition,
she is a past Board Member of the Ophelia Project and the Boys
Initiative and Tampa Jewish Family Services. Ellen is a member of the
International Coach Federation, the governing body for Excellence in
Since 2012, Ellen serves on the Board for Central Florida Crohn’s
and Colitis Foundation, helping to spread awareness. She was honored
to be asked to be part of the Florida Board of Trustees and completed
that portion of her service several years ago, while remaining active
locally. She also serves on the Corporate Council for the Shriners
Hospitals for Children-Tampa.
She’s happily married and the proud mom of 3 exceptional
individuals, 2 who are recently married. And, also enjoys the love of
her new grandpup, Tucker!