Mary Ann Masur
Mary Ann Masur has twenty years of diversified experience leading teams and individuals to reach their potential. She specializes in leadership, communication, team building, customer service and strategic visioning.
As a coach, Mary Ann works with individuals to focus, prioritize and find balance in their lives; improve relationships and strengthen teams; feel more confident and powerful; grow their business; and, set a vision for their lives and their organization and implement action.
Mary Ann was a commercial real estate professional for over 17 years, and was honored as one of Maryland’s Top 100 Women in 2000. She is certified in several behavioral assessments as well as the Disney Approach to Quality Service program and “To Lead is to Serve,” a program on the principles of servant leadership and volunteer motivation.
Mary Ann is a graduate of the Greater Baltimore Committee Leadership Program and The Leadership for Extraordinary Performance Program at The Darden School at The University of Virginia. She graduated summa cum laude from Louisiana State University.
As a civic leader, Mary Ann has also been a volunteer in the Baltimore community, holding numerous leadership positions. She has focused on the areas of homelessness, literacy, domestic violence, family support, child abuse prevention and the arts.
Mary Ann can be reached at 877-405-7288 or at email@example.com
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