Let us empower you. Meet our coaches.

Lindsay Sigrist, M.Ed

Founder and Coach

Lindsay found that, having ADHD herself, she is passionate about education and executive functioning skills. She earned two teaching credentials (multiple subject and Special Education) and a Masters Degree in Special Education. She earned her BA is in Psychology, and is a proud UC Berkeley alum!

Before dedicating her time fully to executive function coaching, she was the manager and instructor of the College to Career Program, a comprehensive higher education program for students with Intellectual Disabilities and/or Autism at Santa Rosa Junior College in Santa Rosa, CA. Before working at SRJC, she worked as a substitute teacher for Charter Schools in the San Francisco Bay Area, a math and transition teacher at a residential and high school program in Northern California, a grant writer and consultant, and a project manager for a community center in Northern California.

She specializes in working with students with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Anxiety/Depression and ADHD, and in teaching emotional regulation strategies. One of her strengths is showing students that they are unconditionally supported, and that their perspective is unique and valuable. She also work with adults who are looking to strengthen their executive functioning skills at work, home, and in relationship.

Her passion for education lies in supporting students to find confidence in themselves through learning, and supporting students in growing through education. In her free time she enjoys fiber arts, collecting houseplants, hiking, hanging out with my two dogs, and spending time with her family.

Jodi Roth-Saks, M.A.

Jodi earned her BA from Colorado State University and MA with a focus on Higher Education and Student Affairs from University of Connecticut. 

As a student affairs practitioner with over 15 years of experience, Jodi understands the importance of nurturing motivation, boosting self-esteem, and building lifelong executive functioning skills. She specializes in coaching college students, early career professionals, and mid-level professionals re-entering the workforce. Jodi has spent the last 5 years serving as the Executive Director of a hunger relief organization. While serving in this role she continued to mentor and coach professionals struggling with planning, organizing, and managing their time effectively. Many of her clients are highly intelligent but are struggling to achieve their full potential in the workforce. Jodi helps them build a toolbox of strategies they can use throughout their lives.

Jodi enjoys spending time outdoors, coaching her daughter’s soccer team, cooking, gardening, and sprint triathlons.