Frieda K. Edgette is a former government affairs specialist and lobbyist turned certified leadership coach, neuropolitics professor, and political well-being pioneer. She has facilitated more than 150 civic change initiatives on five continents and has helped more than 1,000 emerging and veteran political leaders navigate through unpredictable environments, including corporate, nonprofit and political campaign C-Suite executives, US secretaries, and parliamentary ministers. She is on the faculty of the George Washington Graduate School of Political Management, teaching a course on stereotypes and politics, and designed and instructs a resilient leadership class at Stanford University Continuing Studies – the first of its kind. Frieda has been published in the Harvard Business Review, GOVERNING, Campaigns & Elections, US News & World Report, and Mindful, and has appeared on C-SPAN Washington Journal. She loves traveling near and far, hiking with her hubs and super-cute Keeshond rescue Velvet Edgette, dabbling in extreme sports and avocados.