Geoff Fitch

Geoff Fitch brings a life-long passion for human development, transformative learning and a twenty-five year career in business leadership and organizational development to his work as founder and principal at Pacific Integral.

Geoff Fitch is a coach, trainer, and facilitator of growth in individuals and organizations, and a creator of international transformative learning programs. He is a founder of Pacific Integral, where was instrumental in the development of the Generating Transformative Change program, which has been delivered on three continents and in its 30th cohort. Through these programs, he has researched and developed novel approaches to individual and collective growth. He has been exploring diverse approaches to cultivating higher human potentials for over 25 years, including somatic and transpersonal psychology, mindfulness, innovation and creativity, leadership, integral theory, and collective intelligence.

Geoff worked for 18 years in the high-tech industry, where he launched dozens of new products, guided marketing strategies, and developed people and teams at companies like Sun Microsystems, Adobe Systems, and Rational Software.

Geoff is known for bringing remarkable capacities for insight, synthesis, and creativity. This capacity is what enabled him to lead several important strategic product and marketing efforts, and to implement innovative and profound change a variety of contexts, such as helping launch a multi-million dollar business whose marketing strategy required a shift in corporate culture and brand.

Geoff has been a passionate life-long learner. For over twenty years, he has been an active student of business, philosophy, psychology, and spirituality, including numerous courses of personal work and independent study as well as post-graduate study at Harvard University, Santa Clara University, and Naropa University. Geoff holds a B.S., magna cum laude, in Computer Science from Boston University, and a Masters in Transpersonal Psychology from the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, and studied jazz composition and performance at Berklee College of Music.

Geoff lives in Seattle, Washington, where he is an active parent to his two young men, Gavin and Liam.

I believe we are living in extraordinary times. Our most significant challenges are planetary in nature, which are requiring a new, truly not-yet-existing consciousness and action to meet them. For the first time in our evolution, we are aware of the process of evolution in consciousness and in form. We are connected together at an unprecedented level through technology. New forms of consciousness, organization and collective intelligence seem to be emerging amidst rapid global change. In some ways we are at a truly extraordinary moment. In others it is a moment like all others.