Stacey Scott Nykolyshyn
Keldar Leadership Associate and
Owner It’s Your Shift Ltd.
Accredited Facilitator for the Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team
Specialization: Stacey partners and consults with entrepreneurial leaders and helping professionals in social benefit organizations across Canada, Europe, and the United States. As a professional coach and former certified fund raising executive, her specialization is building coaching, high-performance leadership, and philanthropic cultures in healthcare, education, social service, and voluntary sectors.
Prior to launching her business, Stacey spent 22 years building a bilingual career portfolio in Québec City, Montréal, Calgary, and Edmonton. Today, her areas of focus are career and executive leadership coaching and organizational development.
Stacey helps individuals and organizations reach new heights by co-creating success and succession plans, supporting them in taking forward-moving values-driven action. From start up and firsts, through growth phases and transitions, Stacey’s authenticity and genuine curiosity establish rapport and trust with clients and their teams quickly, creating a safe and collaborative space to adapt to change.
In 2014, Stacey completed PCC-level accredited coach training and received a Royal Roads University Certified Executive Coach designation. Her passions are coaching and philanthropy, engaging with executive and emerging leaders and mentoring the next generation of women in leadership.
Stacey is an active member of the global and local chapters of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and International Coach Federation. Currently, she serves as Director of The Rotary Club of Edmonton and the Victoria Business Ladies Golf League. Her previous board governance experience includes the Confederation of Students’ Associations at Université Laval, JCI – Junior Chamber of Commerce of Montréal, and Alberta AdaptAbilities Association.
Stacey was born in Alberta. Both Campus St-Jean and La Belle Province hold a special place in her heart. In 2006, after an 18-year absence, she moved to the Edmonton are where she met and resides with her husband, Sean.