The Edge Foundation was founded with a mission to help every child, adolescent, and young adult with ADHD to fully realize their own potential, personal vision, and passion. They believe that coaching is a critical and highly effective intervention in the nontraditional learner’s ability to realize his or her potential, and they want every student with ADHD to have access to an ADHD coach.
Their board of directors is comprised by the Edge Foundation’s founder, Neil Peterson, and two of coaching’s biggest advocates: Nancy Ratey and Patricia Quinn. Additionally, they have a professional advisory board, a coaching advisory board and a research advisory board. Jodi Sleeper-Triplett has been hired to train Edge Foundation coaches.
There are a variety of job opportunities at the Edge Foundation. They are looking for coaches, an executive director, research assistants and more. If you’re interested, click here to get additional information and learn how to contact the Edge Foundation.