Meet Angie

Meet Angie


Founder, Mindful Becoming LLC

Owner / CEO, Mindful Leadership

Known across the country for her mastery of content and infectious charisma, Angie Chaplin is a leadership coach, facilitator, consultant, author, and educator with more than two decades of work in organizational leadership and human resources. Angie founded Mindful Becoming LLC and owns Mindful Leadership, a coaching and consulting practice grounded in leadership research and guided by mindful behavior.  She launched the company after returning to her passion and fulfilling her purpose through recovery from alcohol addiction.

As one of only 40 in the country, Angie is a Certified Master Facilitator for the internationally best-selling book The Leadership Challenge©  by Jim Kouzes & Barry Posner, Angie has been endorsed by the authors to facilitate in-person and virtual workshops, coach leaders in the Leadership Practices Inventory©, and deliver The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership©, in academic settings. She is also a contributing author to The Leadership Challenge Workshop Facilitator’s Guide, and The Leadership Challenge Activities Book.    

Certified in administering and analyzing DISC behavior assessments, Angie works with leaders at all levels to achieve their goals in strong families, thriving community organizations, successful small businesses, and high-performing companies. Active in recovery communities, Angie also leads alcohol addiction peer support groups as a virtual meeting facilitator and mentor.

Angie earned a master’s degree in strategic communication and leadership from Seton Hall University and holds a bachelor’s degree in communication from Buena Vista University. She is a native of Decorah, raised her family in Waverly, and resides in Marion, with her two sons currently in college at the University of Northern Iowa and University of Iowa.  

Reach out to Angie for inquiries on leadership coaching, behavior assessment, leadership workshops, and speaking engagements. She can be reached at or 319-404-7357.

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