Our Team

Meet Our Team

Determined on producing exceptional results

Stacy Sufka

Founder & President

Stacy founded Gladegy™ Consulting to support organizations that have every intention of implementing their strategy, but find themselves with too many objectives and not enough time. While many have great business ideas, they often do not have the capacity to plan, develop, or implement the necessary activities required for organizational excellence and profitability.

As a fellow C-suite executive and accreditation consultant, she has witnessed that these, alongside interpersonal dynamics and team effectiveness, are matters of great concern for many leaders. Gladegy Consulting looks to bridge the gap by working with organizations to assess their needs, develop a personalized strategy and implement a plan that leverages best practices in organization development. As an independent consultant, Stacy is creative, data-informed, and is constantly looking for ways to build her clients capabilities.

Her various certifications and education showcases not only her wealth of knowledge, but commitment to development. These honors include a Specialization in Strategy, Masters Degree of Public Affairs and Administration, a Masters of Addiction Counseling and a Masters of Business Analytics. A licensed counselor, Board Certified Executive Coach, Certified Diversity Executive, Genos Emotional Intelligence Practitioner, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (LSSBB), ProfileXT Assessor, Checkpoint 360 Assessor, Certified Fundraising Professional, Senior Professional of Human Resources (SPHR), SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP), Certified HIPAA Privacy and Security Expert (CHPSE), Certified Change Management Professional (CCMP), Prosci Certified Change Practitioner, Certified Meyers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Practitioner, Certified DISC Profile Analyst, Birkman Certified Professional (BCP), Certified Training and Development Professional, Certified Kaizen Leader, Certified NIATx Change Leader, and a HRSA sponsored Health Literacy Trainer.

Stacy is a member of Chief, Forbes Coaches Council, American Counseling Association (ACA), Association of Change Management Professionals (ACMP), Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE), National Association of Healthcare Quality (NAHQ), Project Management Institute (PMI), Association for Talent Development (ATD), The Society for Diversity, Alumni of Cleveland Leadership Center's Civic Leadership Institute (CLI), member of Pi Alpha Alpha -The Global Honor Society for Public Affairs & Administration, active member of Nonprofit Leadership Lab and Affiliate Member, Institute of Coaching (IOC), at McLean Hospital, Harvard Medical School Affiliate and a member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF).

Stacy lives by Lake Erie in Northeast, Ohio with her wonderful Fiancé and pets (too many to name). She loves playing volleyball and swimming in her spare time.

Melanie Hall

Executive Coach, Facilitator, and Strategy Consultant


Strategic Planning

Team Development

Change Management

Organization Development



Following a career in executive leadership in the nonprofit sector spanning more than twenty years, Melanie Hall draws on leadership experience in healthcare, education, social services, and philanthropy to help leaders, teams, and organizations see solutions clearly. This is accomplished through consulting engagements, coaching professionals, providing training, and facilitating strategic planning sessions.  When not helping others reach their goals, Melanie enjoys time in the Colorado outdoors with her family and friends.



Associate Certified Coach (ACC), International Coaching Federation (ICF)

Certified Genos Emotional Intelligence Practitioner

Everything DISC by Wiley Certified Partner

Five Behaviors of Teams Certified Partner

Change Navigator Certified Practitioner

Change Style Indicator Certified Practitioner

Certified Master Facilitator


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