Who am I? I’m an momprenuer who has been leading and inspiring teams of like minded people for over 10 years. My roles as a wife and a mom come first and foremost. I have 3 kids that are 8,9 and 11.
My husband Luke and I have been married for 12 years and it has been a long, hard journey, as we have battled all kinds of things including cancer, amputation, pancreatitis, liver cirrhosis and more. Although these struggles have been hard, almost unbearable at times our faith in God has gotten us through and we have been strengthened both mentally and spiritually.
My main mission in life is to be a vessel for God’s purposes, to live fully, love deeply, and inspire others to live their dreams. I feel most alive when I am living my passions. My heart is full when I see others begin to believe in themselves. To see the once dim lights inside them turn on as they finally begin to see their true value that they bring to the people around them. To observe someone beginning to believe in themselves and gain confidence is one of lifes greatest gifts.
I love speaking and training. I believe all that happens to us in life can be used to help others. I love taking my real life experiences and speaking about them in order to inspire others that they too can get through their own current struggles.
Its hard to summarize in a few short paragraphs who I am but I can give you the highlights, I am a mom who sometimes makes mistakes as a parent but loves my kids passionately, a wife who takes her vows very seriously, a teacher who loves seeing my students succeed, a writer who has used writing as therapy to heal from deep wounds, a speaker who encourages audiences to dig deep in times of turmoil, a leader who gives her heart to helping her team succeed, a loyal friend who loves very deeply and is sometimes too sensitive, and most importantly a daughter of God who understands that I can’t even begin to fathom how much greater He values me than I could ever value myself. Bottom line is we all wear a lot if hats, but none of those matter if we don’t realize our own worth.