About Fawn

Fawn’s background prior to coaching has been quite varied. To support her teaching passion, she worked as executive assistant and in other administrative roles in a variety of industries. She finished her teens and entered adulthood on the mission field with her family, traveling around the world, learning to speak publicly and to converse with people in their own culture. She developed a wide-eyed curiosity and wonder about creation, people, history, and tradition. This led her into a career in education. This year she turns 51 and celebrates eleven years of marriage to her true love.

Currently, she is developing her relationship coaching practice while holding down a corporate job.

Fawn is deeply committed to others being true to their authentic unique selves and giving that gift to others with love and respect. A great life requires great courage. She understands how vital it is to be connected in strong, working relationships. From that place she passionately coaches individuals, couples, and groups.

Fawn Gilmore Kraut, BASE, CPCC


With a Bachelors Degree in Secondary Education and Certified as a Co-Active Coach though the prestigious Coaches Training Institute, Fawn brings a lifetime of training and experience to her work with you.

Experience and education include:

  • Certified Co-Active Coach — The Coaches Training Institute
  • Bachelor of Arts Degree in Secondary Education – The Pilgrim Institute‘s Collegiate Program
  • Fifteen years teaching Elementary, Jr. High, and Senior High School in private school and home school settings.
  • Many hours and years of participating, volunteering, sponsoring, team leading, supporting participants and team members in the programs of the Association for Christian Character Development.
  • Sponsor and team captain for The Gap Youth Training.
  • Commissioned Chaplain with the Sonoma County Law Enforcement Chaplaincy Service
  • Graduate of the Academy Of Coaches’ grief course: Navigating the Storms of Life.
  • Founding Member and Chairman of the Board, Memorial Bridge, at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital.
  • Founder and Director of Destiny, a small independent high school.
  • About fifteen years in administrative support positions in healthcare, design, information technology, hunger relief, and insurance industries.

2 responses to this post.

  1. Hi, Fawn.

    Thanks for your comment on my blog post. I really liked your reflections on relationships. I think you’re “right on” about the need to see ourselves as expressions of God, and to respect and honor the god-nature we each embody. That’s a great focus for coaching!

    Warmly, Rosemary


  2. Posted by kim on February 18, 2010 at 7:48 pm

    Sometimes the internet world is so great.

    My “old” friend Fawn meets my “new” friend Rosemary virtually; across the country their minds click and voila – a new connection.

    Awesome. In the true sense of the word.


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