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Our Coaches - Marilynn Kendall

CEO Endless Possibilities Executive Coaching & Consulting Vancouver

Marilynn Kendall - Executive Coach

Marilynn Kendall is a seasoned leader with over 22 years of leadership experience in the Canadian healthcare system gained while holding positions ranging from entry level front-line roles to the Director level. She has extensive experience leading diverse multidisciplinary teams in complex, chaotic, and often-dysfunctional environments. During her leadership tenure she initiated, led, and implemented both small and large ground breaking organizational change projects that transformed aspects of the healthcare system at an internal, regional, and provincial level.

 Throughout her career Marilynn has held a passionate commitment to leadership and serving others. Her dedication to the advancement of leadership led her to complete a Masters Degree in Leadership & Training at Royal Roads University (RRU) in 2003 and to the attainment of a graduate certificate in Executive Coaching in 2010 (RRU). A life long learner, she achieved further coaching certification at the ICF - PCC level in 2019. 

Over the course of her career she has coached and mentored existing and emerging leaders from a variety of industries including health, finance, biotech, and business students through a variety of organizations: Minerva, the BC Chapter of Canadian College of Health Leaders, the BCIT International Business Management Program, and her local BNI Chapter.

Marilynn retired from organizational life in 2011 with the steadfast desire to pay it forward. She established Endless Possibilities Executive Coaching & Consulting to support women in leadership roles in developing the skills they need to achieve leadership success. A possibilities thinker with a values-based, results focused approach, she empowers women to live and lead authentically.  

She leads an active family life, is an avid gardener and a voracious reader and can often be found reading 2 – 3 books at the same time!