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My Bio

I’m a mom sandwiched between the “empty nest on-ramp” of a teen daughter going into college, and vibrant but aging parents so I know how off kilter life for us women can be. I have a supportive fun husband, and live in Tampa, FL where we enjoy tennis, our pets, boating, fostering pets for the local shelter, concerts, and I love Indian and Thai food, and any time I get to dine on the water.


My background includes working in a multitude of top advertising agencies in Dallas and Tampa, on accounts such as Frito Lay, 6 Flags Over Texas, AAA Travel Agency Luxury Travel and more. My writing expertise grew into company and product name generation with


My Journey into Coaching

My career then organically evolved towards women’s coaching when I took on a high school girls’ faith-based group mentoring role, as well as women’s ministry facilitator roles. My natural gifts of relating to them grew my love for coaching, and am an overall a cheerleader, who believes encouragement and community are the secret sauce in life.


As a life coach, I’m a sounding board, guide, and strategic accountability partner for my clients. Our work together is designed to give you tools, inspiration, and motivation to achieve your goals. My business background and 20+ years in marketing and entrepreneurship, combined with my mentoring and coaching skills, makes me a perfect match for women, who want to want to prioritize and architect their life, to be more inspirational and fulfilling.

You're passionate about an impact driven life. I'm passionate about helping you design it.

“I absolutely loved the information Christy shared from her incredible workshop on “Breaking Up with Decision Drama”. As someone who has trouble making decisions, I had so many takeaways from the workshop. One of the favorite tips that I learned is to ask myself the 5 questions when struggling with making a decisions. I will definitely use this moving forward. I also loved the tip that if  you decided your answer is a “no”, instead ask “what CAN I do?” I can’t wait for the next one!"


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