Partner Coaches

CoachPath is Excited to introduce our 2 Partner Coaches. Dana Maher, PCC (Left) and Caroline Maguire, PCC (Center).

Check out their Bio's below!! 


Dana D. Maher, J.D., P.C.C., P.C.A.C.

Professional Certified Life, Business and ADHD Coach

Dana Maher is a certified and credentialed professional coach. (PCC) She graduated from the ADD Coach Academy’s Advanced Personal Coach Training Program.  Working with professionals, adults, adolescents, families and other coaches, Dana encourages her clients using their own positive strengths to break through barriers to live the lives they want to lead. She is fascinated by the science of happiness, positivity, resilience, ADHD, Asperger’s Syndrome and executive function.  As a life, business and mentor coach, she thoroughly enjoys applying such knowledge to help individuals explore their own possibilities!

Before becoming a coach, Dana started and ran a special education parents group in her school district for three and a half years. Dana has also served two years on the Parents Advisory Board for Children’s Specialized Hospital. Interested in the unique brain wiring of those with ADHD and/or Asperger’s Syndrome, she found she loved working with parents and sharing knowledge with them.  Through her journey of becoming a coach she realized not only struggling students needed coaching support, but also working parents, families, and adult professionals.

Today Dana’s diverse clients include:

  • Professionals, who want support and help with their personal growth, life satisfaction, career development and interactions/management of colleagues.
  • Coaches, who need a professional Mentor Coach to help cultivate and expand on their existing coaching skills and business models.
  • Adults, students, and their families, diagnosed with ADHD and/or Asperger's Syndrome who want help to have greater success at home, work and school.
  • Women in the technology sector, who wish to accept happiness, be their best, and make their unique voice heard in a male-dominated industry.
  • Entrepreneurs, who want to work as a team to help manage, grow, and further not only their businesses, but themselves as well.
  • Individuals who want an objective perspective to support them in discovering what kinds of personal changes they want to make and how to make them or seeking a less stressed routine that allows them to find the path to their own great potential.

 She is a member of multiple organizations and networks:

  • International Coaches Federation (IFC)
  • Institute of Coaching (IOC)
  • Professional Association of ADHD Coaches (PAAC)
  • ADHD Coaches Organization (ACO)
  • Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA)
  • Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD)
  • Autism Spectrum / Asperger Education Network (ASPEN)

 Dana is a faculty member, practicum facilitator and mentor coach of the ADD Coach Academy, which trains individuals to become ADHD coaches.

Dana is also a CoachPath Coach Facilitating Get Clients NOW!! and CoachPath Core Connection. 

 As for her formal education, she received a B.S. in Accounting from Susquehanna University and a J.D. from Seton Hall Law School. She has worked in the title insurance industry as a licensed title producer as well as an attorney in the legal profession.

Dana lives in New Jersey with her husband and two teenage boys.


Caroline Maguire, ACCG, PCC, M.Ed. is a personal coach who works with children with ADHD and the families who support them. Caroline earned her ACCG from the ADD Coach Academy and her PCC from the International Coach Federation (ICF). She also received a Master of Education from Lesley University. Her revolutionary coaching program and methodology helps teach executive function skills to children, teenagers, and young adults.

In addition to her private practice, New England Coaching Services, Caroline also speaks at various venues throughout the world on topics related to coaching children and young adults with ADD, ADHD, LD, or social skills challenges.

  • As a CHADD certified parent-to-parent coach, she offers training classes on parenting ADHD children.
  • As a teleclass leader at the ADD Coach Academy, she mentors future coaches attempting to pass their ICF certifications and helps them build their family coaching practices.
  • As the founder of a new training curriculum designed for the ADD Coaching Academy, she will teach other coaches how to coach children with ADD or ADHD.

Caroline received her undergraduate degree from Trinity College and has a Master of Education in Early Childhood Development from Lesley University, where she spent four years studying the effects of executive function skills training on children with social skills deficits. Her research culminated in a master's thesis entitled “Why Will No One Play With Me?” a guidebook for parents to learn to become their children’s play date coaches. This handbook helps parents learn about and address social skills issues associated with ADD, ADHD, LD, or other social challenges.

Caroline is a former coach for the Hallowell Center in Sudbury, MA. While with the Hallowell Center, Caroline was the main coach for children and teenagers. Caroline also coached social skills groups and consulted with local schools.

She lives with her husband and two children in Concord, MA. Caroline is originally from Cape Cod, where she still enjoys spending long summer days with her happily hyperactive cousins and family members. You can find out more about Caroline by visiting her web site NE Coaching