Cécile P. Masson

Author, Coach & Facilitator
  • Swiss and Dutch Nationalities
  • Background in the Arts, Multilingualism and Coaching
  • Published author, Rose – letters of love to life
  • After having worked in Marketing & Sales in Paris at Euro Disney and in Zwitserland in the luxury horlogical brand Jeager Le Coulter, Independent consultant for more than 20 years in The Netherlands
  • Clients include: Government, Government related organisations, NGO’s, NATO, Multinationals, SME’s and indivdual coaching clients
  • Vice President of The Ashland Institute, Oregon, USA, 2019-now
  • Strategic Advisor to Dutch Council of Women, 2018-now
  • Advisor to Zeeuws Vrouwen Platform(Grassroots organisation of Dutch Council of Women) and local co-initiator of award-winning pilot project ‘De Nieuwe Toekomst’ (The New Future), Zeeland, 2016
  • Co-initiator and facilitator of a regional senior government executive learn and sharing circle 2014-2018
  • Senior Associate Pluribus Europeand Co-author of Inclusion Around the Clock, Celebrating Diversity & Inclusion with Pluribus van Isabel Pujol 2013-now
  • European Senior Faculty at CIYO (Coming Into Your Own) International Feminine Leadership Development Program, in four languages, 2013-now
Key Competences
  • Multilingualism: Dutch, English, French, Italian and German including international background and work experience
  • Thinking Partner for exploration beyond habitual mind-sets to create innovative systemic approaches and solutions
  • Excellent group dialogue and work facilitating in and from several languages
  • Empowering of women
  • Diversity& Inclusion mind-set and cultural agility
  • Initiating and co-facilitating of change
  • Vision developing
  • Unfolding potential


Cecile heeft mij het eerste jaar dat ik wethouder werd begeleid en gestimuleerd om het beste uit mezelf te halen, mijn hoofd en mijn hart te verbinden met mijn daden en de vrouwelijke kant juist toe te laten. Mede dankzij Cecile werd ik me bewust van mijn eigen authentieke leiderschapsstijl en leerde effectiever te communiceren.
Josephine Elliott