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Darcy Grieve

Darcy is a partner at BRANTA Worldwide specializing in the facilitation of Blanchard programs and one-on-one coaching. She has over 15 years of leadership and teaching experience helping others develop and refine their skills. She is the driving force behind the design of effective programs to meet our clients’ needs. 

Darcy has successfully facilitated the SLII Experience, SELF, and Legendary Service programs with leaders at all levels in the forestry, manufacturing, government, pharmaceutical and professional services sectors. 

Prior to joining BRANTA, Darcy led, managed, and taught in the Technology Program at St. Mel Catholic School in Sacramento. In this role, she created instructional programs for students of all age groups that met curriculum standards and supported the faculty and staff in the use of technology in education.  By working with all student age groups as well as faculty and staff, Darcy has mastered a communication and facilitation style for all educational levels and skill sets.

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Away from the classroom, she served on the School Leadership Team participating in recruiting, interviewing and hiring of teachers and staff. Darcy also coordinated and produced the documentation for the quinquennial accreditation process for the school. 

Darcy possesses a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication from Santa Clara University.  She is a certified facilitator with The Ken Blanchard Companies.

“What truly sets Darcy apart is her natural ability to connect with individuals from various backgrounds and tailor her training sessions to meet the diverse needs of our workforce. She fosters a productive learning environment that encourages active participation and skill development. She skillfully encourages participants to embrace discomfort and challenge themselves to grow.”

Liz Estera
Director, HR & Employee Experience

Darcy lives in Sacramento, California with his husband and business partner Rodney.  Their two grown children, Hudson and McKinley, were both successful collegiate student-athletes and are now off discovering the world.  When not on the road, she enjoys spending time with her family, reading a good book, watching soccer, and exercising.

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