Morgan Michael Bailey, PhD, MPH
Founder - CEO
People and culture shape the world around us. This belief has been instilled in me from my early days working in Silicon Valley, to my time spent in rural Africa researching public health. I have always been fiercely curious on how individuals, teams, and organizations function, achieve their goals, and impact the world around them. This curiosity led me to pursue a PhD in Engineering, a Masters in Public Health, and a certificate in Co-Active Coaching. I have worked in the United States, Asia, Latin America, and Africa building teams and leading projects on various initiatives. In addition to my work with Intrepid Coaching, I am also an on-call faculty with the Center for Creative Leadership.
My technical background in combination with my diverse cultural experience has given me the ability to see both strategic and humanistic components of organizations. This has given me the ability to combine systems thinking with coaching methods, bringing both strategy and intuitive breakthroughs to my clients.
Through all of my experiences I have come to believe that consciously shaping our lives and teams can impact our fulfillment, prosperity, and the communities around us.
Amit Raikar, MPA
Over the past twenty-five years, Amit has trained and coached high-performers and leaders, led and managed teams, and developed a rich background in leadership development, communication, and behavior change. Amit is a certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and Tiny Habits © certified coach. He has worked with organizations such as Ben and Jerry’s, Stanford Health Care, Tipping Point Community, Homeless Prenatal Program, WeWork, Galvanize, 10Power, and more.
Spencer is a coach, organizational facilitator, and consultant committed to helping people live in their deepest authenticity. He is a graduate Pomona college’s Environmental Analysis program and formerly ran a boutique design firm creating custom interiors and civic parks to elevate human potential.
Spencer serves as the Community Director for a coliving company, OpenDoor, where he trains the network of West Coast communities in the art communication, governance, and systems design. He is also an associate for the leadership development firm Delta Developmental.
Spencer has studied with master facilitators over the last decade like Thomas Hubl, Diane Hamilton, and David Worm in the subjects human development, group dynamics, and improvisation. His professional experience in design combined with over a decade of Shadow yoga & Tibetan meditation practice give him a unique perspective on the relationship between our inner and outer environments.
Overall, Spencer brings a love for truth and deep sense of fun to his work. He lives with his wife and son in Wildcat Canyon of the Bay Area, CA.