Looking back, one of the earliest signs in my life that signaled I was going to be a pastor was that people always came to me to to be a sounding board, help them solve problems, or just because they needed someone to listen. I never found this burdensome or annoying, in fact I felt fulfilled by it.

This led me to pursue an undergraduate degree in psychology followed by entering seminary to complete a Master of Divinity degree. None of this makes me a medical professional or licensed therapist, but it’s given me some great knowledge and tools on how to work with people to achieve their personal and professional goals.

Over the years I’ve had the opportunity to work wth pastors, nonprofit professionals, students, creatives, entrepreneurs, and more in 1-1 and group coaching settings. Topics have ranged from helping young professionals discern their next career move to helping pastors start new communities of faith and everything in-between.

If you need someone to help you achieve personal, professional, or career goals I believe I can help. Contact me for a free 30 minute conversation to see if partnering with a coach is right for you.