Akasha Bermuda, PhD, MA, is credentialed through the International Coaching Federation as a professional certified coach (PCC). His active research interests are in the areas of coaching across differences, pilgrimage as developmental journeys, and meaning-making and complexity development in university students in the Caribbean.
Akasha stands for the development of leaders who lead through a diversity, equity, access, and inclusion lens while navigating the complexity of effectively engaging across differences. He has been coaching for over 10 years and brings deep interest in spirituality, adult development, and intercultural consciousness to his work in the world. As a consultant, he integrates diversity, equity, and inclusion principles with ideas and practices from adult stage development, polarity management, and complexity.
Akasha is known for his success working with men across differences, such as sexual orientation, race, age, country of origin, and religion. He designs and facilitates we-space gatherings and international retreats on leadership development, inclusive leadership and masculinities. He teaches at Fielding Graduate University in their Evidence Based Coach Training Certificate program and also at St. George’s University in Grenada in the Schools of Graduate Studies and Arts and Sciences.
Akasha is a pilgrim and enjoys being in the woods. He spends most of his time between Grenada and Bermuda with partner, son, and a very protective and energetic cockapoo dog. He makes time for goofing around with his pre-teen son, reading fantasy books, and sitting still doing nothing.
Events with Akasha, PhD
November 13, 2020
THE FIRST IN A SERIES ON LIBERATION A Call to Conscious Leadership: Deepening our Capacity to Navigate Complexity November 13-15, 2020 With Gayle Karen Young & Elissa Berrol Join renowned speakers Gayle Karen Young and Elissa Berrol for the first program in our Liberation Series in collaboration with Kripalu. For one weekend, spend time online in this live program discovering the truth behind leadership, engagement, and vulnerability. Here’s what we know to be true. Leadership is contextual, and people and organizations are discovering that if indeed they once had the privilege to be on the sidelines of conversations about race, identity,…