Bible ministry has been my passion for over 3 decades, having served as President of ABS, Wycliffe Bible Translators and The Seed Company. I held field leadership positions with Wycliffe/SIL, working in Ecuador and Guatemala. In prior years I enjoyed a successful career in business management. Education includes a Master’s degree in Social Science/Leadership Studies from Azusa Pacific University an undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Roger Williams University, and Stanford University’s Executive Program for Non-Profit Leaders. Eastern University and Taylor University have both awarded me Honorary Doctorates. I am a partner in the Alliance for Board Effectiveness, an Executive Coach with Dickerson/Baker, a CTA Certified Coach and a member of the International Coaching Federation. Rita and I live in Orlando, FL. We have four children and love spending time with our six grandchildren.
My goal is to help you flourish in your role. With extensive experience in leadership and a history of overcoming organizational challenges, my individualized approach will help you achieve your goals.
As a professionally trained and accredited executive coach, I have the experience to help you to accomplish the leadership vision and goals you imagined.
Committing to a leadership role is just that – a commitment, and it’s a big one that will take a lot a dedication and sacrifice. My pledge is to provide you with a co-created plan, accountability, and support.
I want to empower you to be your best self in all aspects of leadership. I provide friendly and constructive coaching to help you reach your goals.
I will help you realize your goals and provide you with a roadmap to not only reach them but accomplish more.
Leadership can be stressful. I want to give you the coaching and tools you need to maximize your professional experience, and give yourself the care you need to sustain the pace.
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