1-1 Motherhood Leadership
Coaching

In addition to group coaching and workshops for organizations, Maturn also offers 1:1 Motherhood Leadership Coaches. Our roster of certified coaches focus their attention on women growing their careers and their families and offer a variety of packages and 1:1 sessions. 

You can book a single 1:1 coaching session with any Maturn coach below or inquire about packages by filling out the form below or email us at info@maturn.com

Your Coaches

Sonja Baikogli Foley, Co-Founder

Sonja holds 15+ years of diverse experience in non-profit, public and private organizations and has always been drawn towards impact-driven work that genuinely makes a difference in the lives of others. Born to Iranian refugee-status parents in Sweden, she experienced her life from the eyes of displaced parents. These early experiences and hardships shaped Sonja’s foundation and made her the person she is today.

Educated in Sweden, Canada and Spain, Sonja began her career in media working in radio and continued to create change through her career — from participating in the United Nations, to serving as a board of director on the YWCA Canada Board for five years, to being appointed to the West Vancouver Police Board by the Province of BC in 2020, and most recently led the Intergovernmental Relations & Strategic Partnerships team at the City of Vancouver.

Sonja co-founded Maturn out of a desire to support women and turn maternity leave into an intentional year. She’s a proud mother of two who is driven to build a more equitable, compassionate and inclusive world for future generations.

Cayley Benjamin

A mom herself, Cayley is an experienced coach and facilitator that values kindness, candour and vulnerability. After 14 years as a personal and leadership development coach and facilitator in the corporate world, Cayley now focuses on supporting moms through their journey of matrescence – the profound transformation that a person undergoes as they journey through motherhood.

Cayley completed her coaching certification through the Co-Active Training Institute and has a depth of experience as both an internal and external coach with organizations. Her current work is informed through mentoring with Dr. Aurelie Athan, Ph.D, Faculty at Columbia University and the world’s leading researcher on matrescence, and her Motherhood Studies Practitioner Certification with Dr. Sophie Brock.

She’s a mom to a sensitive and energetic three year old and on a fertility journey to having her second.

Her mission: to support moms to define life on their own terms.

Sophie Bonneau, MA, PCC

Languages Available: English & French

As a people and culture specialist, Sophie brings 15 years of experience supporting and elevating people-focused strategies in organizations, including leadership development, employee engagement and championing health and wellness. She has been an ICF certified coach since 2014, focusing on the personal and professional development of senior leaders and executives through one-on-one coaching and facilitating group leadership sessions.

Sophie has a Masters degree in Cognitive Sociology, completed her ontological coach training with the Newfield Network, and is certified in both the Leadership Circle 360 and EQ-i 2.0 emotional intelligence assessment. She is passionate about coaching, supporting the conscious development of her clients and helping leaders increase their effectiveness. She coaches from the philosophy that greater self-awareness, clarity of purpose and the intentional alignment of values, strengths and behaviors accelerates courageous growth and brings about lasting and impactful results.

Sophie’s work with women leaders and entrepreneurs addresses the significant life transition of becoming/being mothers. She supports and empowers them to examine the limiting beliefs and self protective strategies that come into play alongside their evolving roles, values, priorities and sense of identity so they can feel confident and thrive at work and in life.

Personal touch: Sophie lives in Calgary, Alberta where the sky is expansive and the Rocky Mountains are in her backyard. She is a mother to 6-year old twin boys who keep her on her toes and provide daily practice on staying curious and welcoming uncertainty with flexibility and grace.

Jenn Hay

Jenn Hay epitomizes the essence of effective leadership with a strong focus on nurturing people and championing women’s empowerment in both personal and professional spheres. As a devoted mother of two, Jenn brings a wealth of life experience to her work with her coaching clients. With over two decades of navigating corporate landscapes, ranging from dynamic startups to esteemed Fortune 500 entities, Jenn has consistently pursued her career with a tenacious drive for results. However, amidst her ascent, she encountered moments where self-neglect, home frustrations, and burnout threatened her well-being. Recognizing the need for change without relinquishing her ambitions, Jenn sought guidance from a coach who helped her reclaim her life and rediscover joy.

As a coach, Jenn empowers individuals to chart their paths forward by fostering curiosity to unearth their inner wisdom and resilience. She’s not just a mentor; she’s a collaborative force in unlocking potential and realizing meaningful aspirations. Whether navigating the complexities of motherhood or seeking equilibrium between parenthood and career progression, Jenn’s fervor and firsthand experiences equip her to guide others toward success on their unique life journeys.

Jenn completed her coach training through Adler Graduate Professional School and is a member of the International Coaching Federation. She also dedicates her leisure time to family moments, enthusiastically supporting her daughters’ hockey and soccer pursuits, contributing as a class parent and team manager, and embracing activities like Peloton and Pilates. Additionally, she volunteers her expertise as a member of the Toronto Leaside Girls Hockey Association Board of Directors.

El Wong

Meet El, a culturally competent integrative empowerment coach with over 25 years of diverse corporate experience. El completed her coach training through The Institute for Integrative Intelligence. Throughout her career, she has excelled in areas such as training and development, community development, wealth management, change management and as a certified financial planner.

Specializing in cultivating growth and potential for racialized mothers returning to work, El’s mission is clear: to help professionals overcome obstacles and unconscious patterns, enabling them to thrive in their careers and beyond. With a profound understanding of corporate dynamics and a steadfast commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, El provides personalized support tailored to the unique challenges mothers face when reentering the workforce.

Her approach is rooted in harnessing strengths and honouring culture, all while guiding her clients towards professional fulfillment and a balanced life. With El by their side, mothers can confidently navigate their career journeys, empowered to reach their full potential and achieve sustainable success.

El is a mother of two young adult daughters, a dog and a horse. In her spare time, she enjoys playing golf, cycling, strength training and discovering new vegan foods with her husband of 25 years.

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