My life journey of loss and transitions has led me to End of Life Coaching. As a hospice chaplain, I have been humbled and honored to journey with many people at the end of life and through the grieving process. During this sacred time, I have observed people doing amazing end of life work to say goodbye and put their life in order. I am excited to partner with people through end of life and grief coaching to help each person discover her/his own path.
Certified as an End of Life Coach in 2015, I am working to complete my ICF Life Coaching Credentials as well as establishing my own practice. As an ordained United Methodist Minister, I have served as a hospice chaplain since 2003 in numerous settings. Currently, I serve in a non-profit private hospice home setting. I earned my Master of Divinity from Duke Divinity School in 2002, and completed a CPE residency specializing in End of Life Care from Duke Divinity School Institute for End of Life Care in 2003. Prior to ministry, I worked in the clinical laboratories for ten years utilizing a BS in Biology and Medical Technology Certification. I am a native of North Carolina but through time as a Air Force Spouse I have lived in California and Michigan. I love to travel both domestically and internationally. In travel I learn about other people and places and myself, as well as experiencing the diversity of life and living. I bring all of my life experiences to my practice of coaching.