Hey there. Pull up a chair. I want to tell you a quick story. While at work, my colleagues threw me a surprise work anniversary celebration. During that time, each person around the table shared a positive statement. To my delight each person said I had encouraged them in some way.
I hope this blog does the same for you. I love encouraging women who work at nonprofits, leaders of different generations than their workforce, and those who know they are on a mission. I’m sure you’ve noticed that I fully believe it all starts with a relationship with God. Therefore, I tend to write a lot of devotionals—short snippets of encouragement with a good story woven in, too.
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As a John Maxwell certified coach and speaker, I offer workshops, keynote speaking, and coaching for women who are feeling stuck and work in the nonprofit sector to help them reach the next level of success. I ensure they are reaching their personal definition of success through my business, Nonprofits on a Mission. I stay current in the nonprofit sector in my role as a director of development operations at a health and human services nonprofit. I also serve as treasurer on the board of Providence Heights, a second-phase step for women on the brink of becoming homeless.
Outside of these roles, I am also an author. The latest book will be published in 2021 for people who are separated from their spouse because of marital struggles.
In the past, I’ve served on the Hope for Haiti board, a nonprofit that connects American churches with Haitian churches so indigenous leadership can more effectively lead people to Jesus in their community. I worked for a decade at radio and TV broadcast news stations before my career change to the nonprofit sector in 2011.
I have a degree from the School of Journalism at the University of Montana (2005). I hold an MBA from Kansas Wesleyan University (2011). I also earned an Ed.D. (doctorate of education) in nonprofit/social entrepreneurial leadership (2017) from Governors State University. My dissertation was titled, “Mentoring Women of Generation X: Program Elements to Increase Success for Nonprofit and School Leaders.”
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