Dr. Bouch is an organizational and educational Psychologist. Dr. Bouch earned her bachelor’s degree from the State University of New York – Albany, her MHS from Keene State College and her Doctor of Psychology from the Professional School of Psychology in Sacramento, CA. She is a 1994 graduate of the Court Executive Development Program. Dr. Bouch has over 25 years of administrative, consulting, and education experience with courts and numerous other organizations and businesses. Previously, Dr. Bouch served as the executive director for the Alaska Academy of Trial Lawyers and the Alaska Action Trust. As a member of the National Association of Court Managers she served for five years on the Professional Development Advisory Committee. For eight years she was faculty for the Court Management Program of the Institute for Court Management. In 1998 she joined the faculty of the National Judicial College and is currently adjunct faculty with the Michigan State University Judicial Administration program.
Dr. Bouch is an international consultant working on projects with developing democracies. She has published articles on leadership and distance learning in The Court Manager and an article on executive coaching in the International Journal of Coaching. Dr. Bouch is a certified neuro-educator teaching about the brain and brain-compatible learning. She has taught for over 25 years in the areas of leadership, customer service, type preferences, supervision and management, team building and performance management and organizational culture. She has also facilitated numerous strategic planning sessions for both not-for-profit organizations and businesses. She is a certified executive coach working with clients throughout the country.