Mar 3, 2019
Captain Martha LaGuardia-Kotite shares deep insights from 29
years in the US Coast Guard. She served ten years on active duty
during two tours at sea where she was one of the first women to
lead teams on missions in the Pacific Ocean. Today Martha
writes and speaks on her experiences in leadership, diversity,
resilient crisis management, and overcoming difficult
When people ask Martha what she does, how does she like to
At her retirement ceremony, Martha said: “I met the heart of the
Coast Guard.” What’s the heart of the Coast Guard?
Doing missions aboard a 110-foot patrol boat as the only woman
executive, how did Martha see herself in the deployment?
Was it always a dream for Martha to be at sea?
Martha did a Masters in Journalism at Harvard to validate her
writing. How important is validation?
What is it like at the White House?
What is the most harrowing situation Martha faced in the Coast
In a crisis, where does one find the resilience to
Taking risks to achieve bigger dreams while balancing life’s
What was the greatest fear Martha had to overcome? Is there a
process to call upon?
How has Martha’s ideology of leadership changed since she began in
What is the most critical choice Martha made about who she is
Does Martha use a journal?
What is Martha’s goal for discomfort this year?
Captain Martha J. LaGuardia-Kotite
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