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EMCC Global
Stephen Murphy – EMCC Global Vice-president – Thought, Leadership & Development
Stephen.Murphy@emccglobal.org
www.emccglobal.org
EMCC is the ‘go to’ body that exists to develop, promote, and set the expectation of best practice in coaching, mentoring, and supervision globally for the benefit of society.

Associação Portuguesa de Gestão das Pessoas (APG)
Caterina Olim
coaching@apg.pt
http://www.qpg.pt
APG (Portuguese Association of People Management) is a non-profit professional association under private law, of cultural and scientific nature, recognised by the Portuguese Government as an organisation which pursues public interests.

Association for Coaching (‘AC’)
Katherine Tulpa
ktulpa@associationforcoaching.com
www.associationforcoaching.com
As a pioneering global body, with members in 60+ countries, the AC exists to advance the coaching profession and make a sustainable difference to individuals, organizations, and society.

Association for Professional Executive Coaching and Supervision (‘APECS’)
Steve Couch
steve@coachingtogether.co.uk
www.apecs.org
Founded in 2004, The Association for Professional Executive Coaching and Supervision (APECS) exists to ensure that in a complex world, organisations are enabled to use professional coaching, supervision and advisory services to achieve ethical and sustainable growth.

Associazione Italiana Coach Professionisti (AICP)
Laura Leone
laura@lauraleone.it
www.associazionecoach.com
The AICP is Italy’s leading body in the coaching profession.

Mentoring Institute, University of New Mexico (‘Mentoring Institute’)
Nora Domínguez
noradg@unm.edu
www.mentor.unm.edu
The Mentoring Institute develops, coordinates, and integrates mentoring evidence-based effective practices in research, consulting, and training activities at the University of New Mexico (UNM).

International Mentoring Association (IMA)
Catherine Cordova
Catherine.Cordova@fsw.edu
http://www.mentoringassociation.org
Has the mission of creating global communities that lead to the development of highly effective mentoring programs. We do this by maintaining a base of experts around the world who are on the leading edge of research in a variety of mentoring and coaching environments.

International Organization for Business Coaching (IOBC)
Dietmar Steinbach
dietmar.steinbach@iobc.org
http://www.iobc.org
The “International Organization for Business Coaching” (IOBC) is a registered business coaching association ensuring the continuous development of quality, seriousness and professionalism in business coaching worldwide.

Association of Business Mentors
Tim Anderson
tim@associationofbusinessmentors.org
http://www.associationofbusinessmentors.org
The Association of Business Mentors (ABM) is the UK’s only professional body representing the interests of individual mentors and coaches, mentoring organisations, mentoring programmes and supporting UK business owners who seek to find and use a great business mentor or coach.

Swiss Coaching Association
Beatrice Straub-Blum
beatrice.straub@s-c-a.ch
The Swiss Coaching Association aims to develop and publish coaching standards and to continually adapt them to the latest knowledge and coordinate them with national and international interest groups.

European Association for Supervision & Coaching (EASC)
Susanne Rieger
sr@indialogo.es
The EASC interest is to assure quality in coaching and supervision.  Globalization and the respective need for intercultural competence are also growing in the field of coaching and supervision. As an agile trade association, we have years of experience in networking across cultures.  Our members are professional coaches, supervisors and institutes whose goal it is to enhance, apply and train according to precisely defined quality features.  On a pan-European level, we develop the idea of coaching and supervision further and maintain an active dialogue with the other associations for coaching and supervision in Europe. We contribute our experiences, our knowledge and our interests to the discourse of science and practice at conferences and congresses.

COMENSA – Coaches & Mentors of South Africa
Mokadi Max Mathye
pastpresident@comensa.org.za
Coaches and Mentors of South Africa (COMENSA), a non-profit company and public benefit organisation established in 2006, continues to serve as the globally and SAQA recognised, self-regulatory, professional body for coaching and mentoring in South Africa.  We provide a platform for stakeholders to engage, educate, exchange, and evolve in pursuit of best practice. To achieve this we ensure the professional competence of coaches and mentors and support their ongoing evolution through the promotion of ethical behaviour and continued education, and networking opportunities within our coaching and mentoring community.


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