WHAT I DO PROFESSIONALLY
I am an author, blogger, writer, thinking-partner, individual/organizational coach, and an advocate for broadening the reach of holistic, inclusive ‘spirituality’, vitality, and wellness into our daily lives, our families, our organizations, our communities, and our planet.
MY PROFESSIONAL APPROACH
I believe that the path of ‘spiritual’ wholeness for individuals, families, and organizations must be expansive, experiential, creative, thoughtful, and sustainable. Caring for, about, and with people (within and outside formal organizations and family systems) is concerned with what it means to be truly human, purposeful, engaged, interconnected, and fulfilled in our shared journeys… of ‘Being’ together.
- Unbinding the Perpetual Soul: Our Human Quest for Being
- Out of the Canyon: Retracing New Steps Home amidst Human Suffering
- The End of the Island: Finding Life in the Movements of Human Suffering, Pain, and Loss
MY PASTORAL CARE WORK
I earned my four (4) credits of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) through a Chaplain Internship at Reading Health System and a Chaplain Residency at Christiana Care Health System. I have also done chaplain work at Paoli Hospital.
MY ORGANIZATIONAL WORK
I have worked professionally as an organizational business partner, internal consultant, coach, project leader, resource person, and programs developer for for-profit and not-for-profit organizations at state, regional, national, and global levels– with focuses on organizational strategy and design, process effectiveness, performance, team collaboration, talent management, change, culture, capabilities, and communications. The majority of this work has been done in the healthcare industry serving populations in need.
I am currently providing professional writing, researching, coaching and mentoring, strategic thinking-partner, and programs consulting/development services on a volunteer basis to not-for-profit organizations that actively support environmental, habitat, wildlife, and historical preservation and conservation, protection and monitoring, restoration, stewardship, advocacy, education, and interpretation.
I received my Master of Theological Studies Degree from the Palmer Theological Seminary of Eastern University, with a concentration in Contextual Theology.
I also earned a Master of Public Administration Degree from the University of Oklahoma, with a concentration in Public Policy Analysis.