Marcia Buxton

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Marcia Buxton is an insightful executive coach, international speaker and leadership professional with over two decades worth of leadership development, coaching, crisis management, and strategic planning experience.

With a career spanning across private, public and charity sectors including Education and International Development, Marcia is a champion for equality, diversity and women’s rights. She has served as Vice Chair for an NGO (One World Action), and as a business coach and mentor for women entrepreneurs overseas with the Cherie Blair Foundation. 

Today, Marcia successfully runs her London-based consulting agency, Kamaka Ltd, working across business, education, non-profit, and progressional services. As CEO of KAMAKA, known for her motivational leadership skills, communication, influence and strategic planning, Marcia is passionate about empowering individuals to realise their potential and working within organisations to develop high performing teams and business results.  Through her coaching philosophy, she champions women’s advancement and economic empowerment, diversity and inclusive leadership.

As a well respected international speaker on gender equality, leadership, diversity, and education, Marcia sits on different boards advocating women’s economic empowerment, social mobility, promoting the power of courageous conversations in leaders, corporate social responsibility, and making a difference.

Throughout her talks, keynotes and seminars Marcia is clearly a storyteller and uses the power of story to communicate, inspire and motive change. Her own experience and expertise shine through to inform and empower her audience. She shows courage, conviction and vulnerability sharing her story of grief and loss often not talked about because of taboo, guilt, or stigma - her story includes experience of infertility, miscarriage, post traumatic stress, depression but also of strong, authentic leadership in difficult circumstances.

Marcia currently serves as a School Governor and on secondary school PTA, chair of a children’s services development Board in London, a trustee on Board of a charity campaigning to end violence against women. She has been invited to member of an Independent School’s Development Board with responsibility for social mobility and widening participation.

============= TESTIMONIALS

“Marcia is a true professional and has been an incredible asset to our Business. My team enjoy her workshops and the results have always been beyond expectations. We have hired Kamaka for personal development and team workshops.” Nick Samuel, Managing Director

“Marcia is a coach who works with very clear objectives and great energy. She is able to motivate a group to perform tasks at the top of their performance. In addition, she is able to get the best out of people by working with warmth and humour and not a little diplomacy. I would thoroughly recommend her as a coach and public speaker.” David Thompson, Principal at Thompson Financial

Marcie is an incredibly inspiring and motivational woman. Her enthusiasm for life and business is something else. Attend one of her events, and you'll leave buzzing! (Naomi Fletcher)

Marcie’s marketing for readiness workshop was full of energy and practical advice that gave guidance and clarity to new ways to market your company. Marcie’s workshops are tailor made to what you need to focus on right now in your business delivered in a supportive and inspiring way. I would recommend this workshop for anyone wanting a clear understanding of how to go about creating a business marketing structure. (Naomi C Robinson)

“[Marcia] has the most amazing communication skills, she lights up a room with her motivational talks and you will be wanting to book her again and again. Marcie you are one in a million.” Lara Zimmern, MD

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Life Skills Women in Leadership: Presence, Impact and Influence
Marcia Buxton Tagged: Leadership | Women | Strategy | Communication