Marietta Stalcup

Senior Consultant

Marietta Stalcup has a single-minded passion to help high-achieving, purpose-driven professionals design powerful career experiences on the way to achieving the life and career of their dreams.

She developed this during a 21-year career at Eli Lilly & Company and continued to apply it as Adjunct Faculty at the IU Kelley School of Business MBA program, a consultant with Roche Diagnostics, and in her role as the Director of Butler University’s Lacy School of Business Graduate Programs. She is currently serving as an Adjunct Faculty and Executive Leadership Coach for Butler University MBA Program.

She brings her award-winning and comprehensive life and career strategic planning process to individuals around the globe, with a goal to positively impact the lives of 100,000 business professionals.

Marietta is a certified John Maxwell Leadership Coach, an Advanced Certified DiSC Consultant with Personality Insights, and a Certified Lifebook Leader, She has successfully completed an International Coaching Federation (ICF) ACC program with Goal Imagery Institute and will complete her ACC certification in Q1 2022.

Marietta’s academic credentials include an MBA from the IU Kelley School of Business She is an award-winning educator, having received a Teaching Excellence Award in 2014 from the Kelley School of Business for her class: Strategic Career Management: Internal Promotion and External Job Search. In addition to teaching career management courses, she also teaches leadership courses and serves as an executive leadership coach in the MBA program.

Marietta enjoys all things related to travel, hiking, horses, and dogs – especially if it involves hiking with her husband Ken and two sons, Colin and Christopher.

“I believe in The Catalyst Effect because it focuses on developing those behaviors that when practiced and improved lead to individual, team, and company success. It demonstrates that everyone can be a leader and as research shows, businesses need leaders at all levels in the organization if they are to compete and win in today’s environment.”