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Hello, my name is Alice Lieutier

My purpose is to inspire people to grow and find joy.

I enjoy deep conversations and people say my enthusiasm is infectious.

In the last 4 years, most of my time has been spent leading the coaching team at Makers. This is a team of incredible, strong, intelligent and caring people who change the lives of hundreds of career changers each year by training them to become software developers.

Here's a podcast episode where I talk about training developers at Makers.

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This spring, I am leaving Makers to spend more time in nature and bring more adventure into my life. Among other things, I plan to hike about 400km from my native Provence to the Alps, kayak in Norway and climb mountains around Chamonix. If you have recommendations, I'd love to hear them.

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On my spare time, I coach individuals facing life-changing experiences.

This typically takes the form of one or two coaching sessions to support you in a key moment.

Maybe you are considering different options in your life, or maybe you are struggling with confidence in a new environment. Or maybe you just want someone else to ask you the questions you may not be asking yourself.

These coaching sessions are free but availability is limited. Don't hesitate to contact me if you are interested and I'll let you know if and when I can work with you.

I also do talks, technical and cultural consulting for start-ups and the odd development job. Contact me if you are interested.

Here's my resume and here's a small game I wrote for people who like music.

Alice is a wonderful, smart, clearheaded & emotionally intelligent coach. In the time I’ve known her (I was a student at Makers Academy), I’ve found that she straddles the line between being rational/ logical and deeply understanding and emotionally aware. She’s open and honest, and has an amazing way of tapping into what you’re experiencing and working with you to disentangle it all and gain clarity. I’ve spoken to Alice about a range of things, from coding to imposter syndrome, to general life and career decisions. Each time, I’ve ended up in a much more clear-headed space, with an action-plan of how to unstick myself from the problem, and a vision of what, to me, feels like the right way to handle my current situation. She’s also a lot of fun, non-judgemental, and a really interesting person with a lot of insight!

I would really recommend her to anyone looking for a coach 🙂

Miri, software engineer and Makers alumna