Erica Mohr

Erica Mohr

Eric Mohr - Senior Executive Coach
PCC, MAPP, ME
Senior Executive Coach

Erica Mohr’s mission is to empower others so they may thrive. Her practical approach, kindness, and committed coaching skills help build capacity in leaders while drawing out their highest potential. Erica’s clients learn how to act in alignment with their values, take risks, and show up in ways that produce results. They report a sense of purpose and a clear course of action to bring their most important dreams to life. Obsessed with impact, this high achiever and fiercely loyal client champion is transforming the old paradigm – of accomplishment at great personal cost – to one of increased influence while simultaneously creating greater personal and organizational wellbeing.

For over 20 years, Erica has led teams, designed, and implemented large-scale professional development programs as well as supported leaders as they step into increased responsibility and impact. She worked her way up the ranks as a Coast Guard officer, where she created service-wide leadership development curricula. Determined to create a culture of inclusion, Erica co-founded the Women’s Leadership Initiative, a national nonprofit centered on increasing the retention of women in the Coast Guard through policy change, mentoring, and professional development. As the Executive Director of the Sasamani Foundation, Erica built education, employment, and empowerment programs to stop the cycle of poverty in Tanzania. She recently partnered with the University of Dar es Salaam to build a four-month Women Leading Change curriculum for East African women.

Drawn to the pLink Leadership® team’s client-centric approach that creates deep and meaningful shifts, Erica now channels her achievements, leadership experience, and education in positive psychology and adult learning to help senior leaders push the edge of their game. Her direct communication and tailored support empower individual agency. Erica’s coaching focuses on mobilizing the highest-impact, lowest-hassle path toward sustainable change.

Erica earned her Professional Certified Coach designation from the International Coaching Federation. She holds two master’s degrees, one in Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania and one in Education from San Diego State, and a bachelor’s degree in Management from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy. Erica is a Certified Dare to Lead™ Facilitator and holds certifications in the Leadership Circle Profile™ 360 assessment tool, the iPEC Energy Leadership Assessment, the Leadership Challenge, and the DISC behavioral assessment. Her work has been recognized by the Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame, the Southeastern Connecticut Chamber of Commerce, the Coast Guard Academy Alumni Association, the Coast Guard Innovation Council, and the International Society for Performance Improvement.

When she’s not working, Erica is happiest dancing it out with friends or her niece and nephews, experiencing awe through nature, celebrating other’s triumphs, adding to her human pyramid photo collection, and in shavasana.

Eric Mohr - Senior Executive Coach
PCC, MAPP, ME
Senior Executive Coach

Erica Mohr’s mission is to empower others so they may thrive. Her practical approach, kindness, and committed coaching skills help build capacity in leaders while drawing out their highest potential. Erica’s clients learn how to act in alignment with their values, take risks, and show up in ways that produce results. They report a sense of purpose and a clear course of action to bring their most important dreams to life. Obsessed with impact, this high achiever and fiercely loyal client champion is transforming the old paradigm – of accomplishment at great personal cost – to one of increased influence while simultaneously creating greater personal and organizational wellbeing.

For over 20 years, Erica has led teams, designed, and implemented large-scale professional development programs as well as supported leaders as they step into increased responsibility and impact. She worked her way up the ranks as a Coast Guard officer, where she created service-wide leadership development curricula. Determined to create a culture of inclusion, Erica co-founded the Women’s Leadership Initiative, a national nonprofit centered on increasing the retention of women in the Coast Guard through policy change, mentoring, and professional development. As the Executive Director of the Sasamani Foundation, Erica built education, employment, and empowerment programs to stop the cycle of poverty in Tanzania. She recently partnered with the University of Dar es Salaam to build a four-month Women Leading Change curriculum for East African women.

Drawn to the pLink Leadership® team’s client-centric approach that creates deep and meaningful shifts, Erica now channels her achievements, leadership experience, and education in positive psychology and adult learning to help senior leaders push the edge of their game. Her direct communication and tailored support empower individual agency. Erica’s coaching focuses on mobilizing the highest-impact, lowest-hassle path toward sustainable change.

Erica earned her Professional Certified Coach designation from the International Coaching Federation. She holds two master’s degrees, one in Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania and one in Education from San Diego State, and a bachelor’s degree in Management from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy. Erica is a Certified Dare to Lead™ Facilitator and holds certifications in the Leadership Circle Profile™ 360 assessment tool, the iPEC Energy Leadership Assessment, the Leadership Challenge, and the DISC behavioral assessment. Her work has been recognized by the Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame, the Southeastern Connecticut Chamber of Commerce, the Coast Guard Academy Alumni Association, the Coast Guard Innovation Council, and the International Society for Performance Improvement.

When she’s not working, Erica is happiest dancing it out with friends or her niece and nephews, experiencing awe through nature, celebrating other’s triumphs, adding to her human pyramid photo collection, and in shavasana.

Q&A with Erica

Where I grew up: East Hampton, CT

My family: My family… is passionate, fun, and boisterous. We rarely hold back from saying what is on our mind. My family loves a fiercely competitive game of celebrity. And will cheer unabashedly at whomever is owning the mic at karaoke.

My favorite music: I am open to nearly everything but gravitate to soulful harmonies. I love stumbling upon random Spotify playlists curated by strangers.

My favorite foods: Pad Krapow with chicken, plus broccoli, one star, from Bangkok City Restaurant in New London, CT

My favorite cocktail: Gin and tonic, but not without the sunset.

What I like to do in my spare time: Take long urban hikes along the water & gather communities..

My first job: Teaching ballet in 6th grade.

Something no one would believe about me: I once asked George Clooney to leave the White House.

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.

Margaret Mead