Tambre Leighn, MA, CPC, ELI-MP is a Certified Professional Coach, Founder/CEO of WellBeyondOrdinary.com and Managing Director of 7th Level Wellbeing™, an innovative division of the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC), which offers a new model for reducing stress and increasing high performance by generating wellbeing in all areas of life.
After completing her coaching certification with iPEC in early 2010, she built a successful coaching business, Well Beyond Ordinary, coaching cancer survivors, caregivers, oncology professionals and individuals seeking high performance through total wellbeing. During that time, Tambre facilitated iPEC’s in person training modules, online teleclasses, and provided executive mentor coaching services to iPEC’s corporate clients including NYU Langone Medical Center, American Axle Manufacturing and Eisai Pharmaceuticals.
Tambre has delivered cancer survivorship and wellness coaching, workshops, and leadership training to top organizations including: USC Phillip Norris Cancer Center, Emory University, Mattel Inc., Keep A Breast Foundation, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Pink Link, UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center and more. Tambre was a trained facilitator for the American Cancer Society for two years guiding cancer survivors to find balance and wellness. She also created and facilitated the premiere Survivorship Group Coaching Program for Tower Research Foundation, a leading non-profit organization located in Beverly Hills, CA.
Tambre is a well-known health advocate, avid blogger and speaker appearing on numerous radio shows and panels including StupidCancer, Go Forth & Thrive Telesummit, Health Bloggers Summit and most recently at Stupid Cancer’s OMG Summit – the largest young adult cancer survivor conference worldwide. She also produced one of the first online summits for cancer survivors. As an author, her articles on coaching for cancer survivors and caregivers have appeared in leading cancer magazines. She is also a published author.
As a former professional figure skater and an athlete who has competed at the world level, Tambre has always used coaching to acquire new skills and achieve major goals at an accelerated pace. She understands firsthand the impact personal wellbeing has on performing at one’s highest potential. Tambre holds a Master of Communication Arts from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, where she was also taught undergraduate and graduate level film production courses and is, herself, an award winning filmmaker. She was inspired after losing her husband to cancer to leave behind a successful twenty-year career in Hollywood to fulfill her personal mission to transform the field of cancer survivorship and is committed to generating a new paradigm of wellbeing in healthcare based on iPEC’s Coach Centric approach.