As soon as you meet Vicki, you find yourself catching the creative spark!
Vicki’s expertise flows from her 30-year career serving both as a certified professional coach and Director of Learning and Development. She has worked with hundreds of individuals and teams in over 300 organizations including: Duke University Medical Center, Progress Energy, LL Bean, University of North Carolina’s Friday Center, The Interfaith Council for Social Services, Yale-New Haven Hospital, Comcast, The American Kennel Club, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Maine, and The American Lung Association.
In her own words…
Hi! I’m Vicki Field. In midlife I found myself navigating through a downsizing, an empty nest, and an open challenge to create my next life chapter. The tools I had used to help others for many years in my career now became the tools to create my own path of meaning and satisfaction! I took stock of my strengths and desires, explored possibilities, expanded and clarified my vision, made decisions, and took off on my new path to found Passage Points. There have been bumps and curves along the way, but what a great path it is!
I am dedicated to teaching you how to use these same tools to move from where you are now, to where YOU want to be—whether that means creating a new work or life direction, building new social connections, or making positive changes to enhance your well being in mind, body, and spirit.
My programs have been purposefully designed for people in their 40’s, 50’s, and 60’s from all walks of life to help you move forward and create the life you want. The results are wide reaching. Some people take bold steps in navigating a career change, retirement, or a major move. Others tackle life-changing goals such as getting clear on priorities, creating new friendships and social ties, mapping out a new life balance, or gaining more energy, focus, and fun in their lives.
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Vicki loves living in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and Willard Beach, Maine, with her husband of 30+ years, David. Her older son, Christopher Fitzgerald, is married to Jessica Stone. Both in theater, they live in Brooklyn, New York with young sons, Charlie and Emmett. Christopher, who has been nominated for a Tony Award twice, is currently awaiting the release of a film Imogene in which he plays Kristen Wiig’s brother and Annette Bening’s son, Ralph. Jessica has been delighting Broadway audiences for years and also received raves for her direction of Sondheim’s A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum at Williamstown Theater Festival. Vicki and David’s younger son, Alex, heads up a division called BurnessDigital for Burness Communications, a PR firm in Washington, DC that helps foundations and not-for-profits. Commuting between DC and NYC, Alex is also happy to call NY his home where he lives with his girlfriend, Bria Bergman. Vicki and David couldn’t be happier to have all the kids in one geographic location!