Christine O’Neill, MMSc, PA-C, PCC is a clinician, former hospital executive, and burnout survivor who now helps others as a burnout recovery strategist, ICF-certified executive leadership coach, Certified Dare To Lead™ Professional, and yoga teacher.
She is passionate about helping overwhelmed executives learn how to make a difference while having a life using values-based prioritization and neuroscience-informed self-management techniques. She specializes in professional burnout recovery and executive coaching for people-first leaders.
Christine has worked in healthcare for 30 years, gaining deep experience in direct patient care, hospital leadership, nonprofit board leadership, and grassroots political advocacy.
When not working, you’ll find Christine exploring new places in her campervan Libby, developing plant-based recipes, petting all the dogs, and connecting with friends and family.
Licensed clinician Yale University School of Medicine, Physician Associate Program
18 years of clinical experience in neurointerventional radiology and emergency medicine (University of Vermont Medical Center)
Former hospital executive Director of Advanced Practice Professional Services, University of Vermont Medical Center
Master of Medical Science (MMSc) Yale University School of Medicine
Certified Professional Coach Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC)
Professional Certified Coach International Coaching Federation (ICF)
Certified Dare To Lead™ Professional Brené Brown Education and Research Group
Rewired To Relate program facilitator Neuroscience-based program designed to improve collaboration
Professionally trained conflict resolution facilitator Graduate-level certification, The Woodbury Institute at Champlain College
Mini medical MBA Center for Healthcare Management, University of Vermont
Healthcare Administration Certificate University of Vermont
Certified yoga and meditation teacher (RYT_200) completed two 200-hour certifications, currently enrolled in a 300-hour training
Nonprofit Board President PA Academy of Vermont 2018-2020