Carl Franco, PCC

Generative Wholeness Practitioner

Carl’s innovative, entrepreneurial spirit drives his passion for collaborative coaching partnerships that enliven the personal and professional narratives of those who desire to stretch themselves towards deeper levels of growth and development. Our individual and communal potential is boundless when freed from limiting beliefs and energized by a deep understanding and awareness of who we are and how we desire to show up in the world. Carl nurtures and holds space for vulnerability, creativity and clarity around what is most important to each client in their personal, relational and vocational spaces.



With 26 years of experience launching and leading 3 nonprofit organizations and starting 2 small businesses, Carl brings extensive expertise in organizational development and strategic innovation. Working with leaders across the spectrum from corporate executives, nonprofit directors and small business owners, Carl facilitates coaching experiences that engage the client in the entirety of their being and in the full scope of their responsibilities.


Carl holds degrees in Business Administration from the University of Cincinnati and Theology/Philosophy from Rhema College and has advanced training in organizational solutions. Carl’s unique mix of education and training allows him to engage with a wide diversity of experiences and perspectives. Carl began coaching in 2010 and has since accumulated over 2500 hours of coaching with leaders, teams and individuals. Carl is an International Coach Federation Professional Certified Coach, a Certified Mentor Coach and certified Tilt 365 practitioner.

Success stories

  • Restaurant Group owner coached for systems implementation and staffing reorganization significantly increased revenue and profitability and enabled a successful launch of a new restaurant concept.\\
  • Non-Profit executive director engaged coaching for reorganization around next generation delivery of services and was empowered to successfully morph the organization to embody a new vision and corresponding services.
  • Fortune 100 Corporate Executive at a director level position coached to explore the holistic impact of a vocational transition which led to new employment as a VP in another Fortune 100 corporation.
  • Business owner engaged coaching to work through rebranding a business acquisition and develop new systems and processes that reflected the new ownership which was so successful that it led to the launch of a second store.