Kristin Asadourian, MSW
Kristin Asadourian is a personal development and leadership coach. Her coaching practice is strongly influenced by her work as a social worker and a community organizer, which taught her the importance of community, compassion and confidence.
She is the founder of KA Coach, a confidence and leadership building business, the Los Angeles based arts education not for profit, Artists for Change, and the documentary film company, Seeroon Productions which produced the internationally recognized film, "Beginning Where the Soviet Ends: A Study of Social Work in Armenia.
Kristin leads workshops for adults and young people along with webinars and live talks. She is currently teaching her BECOME curriculum, coaching leaders and creating messes with
her two children.
Kristin earned her bachelor's degree in sociology and multicultural relations from the University of Connecticut and a master's degree
in social work from the University of Connecticut
School of Social Work. She received her co-active life coaching credential from the Coaches Training Institute and is a member of the International Coaches Federation.
Lindsay Quezada, M.Ed
Lindsay Quezada is currently a fifth grade teacher in Weston, Massachusetts. She has had the opportunity to work with students of all ages and in a variety of settings. In addition to classroom teaching, Lindsay has led student council groups, service learning studies and initiatives, and Girls on the Run teams, as well as participated in curriculum development for both academic and social emotional learning.
She is passionate about the social emotional well-being and development of students and centers her classroom on these principles. While her training includes practices such as Responsive Classroom, Open Circle, and the Nueva School’s Social Emotional Institute, Lindsay believes that the skills and guiding practices of BECOME access deep and integral parts of one’s ability to foster and empower leadership qualities.
Lindsay earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education and Human Development from Boston College, and her Master of Education, focus on Moderate Special Needs education, also from Boston College.
A Note from Kristin and Lindsay
We hope you and your families are well. We have certainly been living through unprecedented times that have redefined our thinking, reignited our purpose, and hopefully will positively reshape our future.
Three years ago we developed BECOME to help guide young people into living more self-aware and self-confident lives. Our main goal is to provide participants with the tools to step out as leaders in their communities. Over the past three years, we have led over 105 incredible students through the curriculum in after school workshops at the Field School in Weston, MA. We believe the curriculum is even more important as we move through the changing education model.
The program is a self-discovery journey in which the participants learn to identify their values, become active listeners, learn to advocate for themselves and others and ultimately engage their communities as change makers. BECOME is social emotional learning at its best.
We are extremely excited to announce new workshops with new learning and new opportunities for growing social intelligence. The workshops consist of guided journaling, physical and mental exercises, and coaching. We look forward to leading participants through a fun, insightful and engaging experience.
We look forward to watching your children BECOME.
Kristin & Lindsay