Tasha M. LeFevre, MAOL, ACC
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Tasha M. LeFevre, MAOL, ACC

Vice President of Development

Catapult’s Vice President of Development, Tasha LeFevre, brings to her role fifteen years of experience in non-profit, private and public sectors, working with entrepreneurs, executives and senior leaders to aid in defining their vision and strategy, along with, identifying their talent development objectives. She takes pride in igniting transformational experiences in others as they evolve into inspirational servant leaders, developing a deep level of emotional intelligence through self-awareness and building highly effective and cohesive teams. The value of this expertise shines on Tasha’s clients at Catapult, where she is responsible for expanding individual leadership competencies through coaching and development, designing and implementing customized leadership development programs, and fostering cultural and strategic alignment within organizations. Her client portfolio is predominantly in the manufacturing, health care, accounting, insurance, real-estate, government, and non-profit industries both in the Northeast and Canada. Her clients vary from individual coaching clients to global corporations with up to $5B in total revenue.

Tasha embraces the responsibility she has in a role that gives her the ability to create transformational experiences in the lives of others. Ever endeavoring to exceed expectations, her goals of affecting change within an organization and within its teams brings purpose and focus to her every day at Catapult. Her expertise in developing, translating and applying the insights from personality assessments make her sought after as a consultant for many senior leaders and heads of human resources. She brings forth a deep expertise in several psychometric tools including the Hogan Leadership Forecast Series, Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), Emotional Intelligence EQ-I 2.0, DiSC, Sigma Radius 360° and Strengthsfinder assessments. Tasha also completed her executive coaching training through the Co-Active Training Institute (CTI).

Tasha previously held the role of Vice President at Leadership Niagara, holds a graduate degree in organizational leadership and an undergraduate degree in psychology.

Among her accolades Tasha was named as one of Buffalo Business First 30 Under 30, Emerging Leader of the Year by Leadership Niagara, and presented with the Niagara Award from the YWCA of the Niagara Frontier. Tasha currently serves as the Vice President of the Board of the Family Justice Center and a Board Member of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Erie, Niagara, and the Southern Tier.

Personal Perspective: My deepest passion is nurturing the potential in others, working with talented professionals to support them in unlocking their greatest potential. My belief in the abilities of others sits at the heart of all that I do, providing a challenging and supportive environment for others to thrive. I work to instill in them that in order to truly be an inspiring leader, at the core you must Care Deeply about the individuals that you are serving and identify ways to positively impact their lives. Throughout my career, I’ve been tremendously committed to creating meaningful value and purpose in the lives of others. Being a servant above all other things has ensured that my focus is to motivate, uplift, support and develop individuals as they transform into their best selves. It is my lifelong initiative to create a space where leaders have a sense of psychological safety, are engaged and committed to continuous learning and are motivated to take calculated risks. Growth only occurs once people have stepped outside of their comfort zone.