Meet Nick

I have been fascinated by people and leadership since I was a kid, which is now a long time ago!  The fascination with understanding people and leadership on deeper levels led me to major in Psychology and Organization Communications in college (graduating back in 1987), and to eventually earn my doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Wheaton College in 1999.

When I learned about the field of coaching around 2000, I was hooked!  I loved the idea of centering my vocational efforts around helping Christian leaders grow and flourish, enabling them to do greater good with their lives, and live a life pleasing to God.  That led me to earn a coaching certificate in 2002 from the highly esteemed Hudson Institute based out of Santa Barbara CA.

Jesus has been central to my life since I rededicated my life to Him at a fabulous Young Life camp experience just before my sophomore year in high school.  I have never regretted that decision.  Continuing to get to know Him better, along with His Father and the Holy Spirit has brought meaning, purpose and happiness to my life in ways I can never fully express.  I hope more than anything to flourish and finish well, by continuing to grow in Him, love others really well, (especially my precious family).  I ultimately have a life offering to place before Them that leads to Them to gladly say what so many of us long to hear: “Well done, good and faithful servant.  Come and share our happiness!”  Feel free to pray for me and our staff as we make our way, stumbling at times, towards that Great Day.

I am also hugely blessed to have a fabulous family, that I really enjoy, and who are gradually helping me become a better husband and dad.  My wife Jamie is a huge gift.  She loves being a Mom and doing her Ph.D. work on Religion and Culture.  Our kids Alexa, Nate, Russell and Lucia are a real delight, and bring life, joy, and yes at times, chaos to our lives.  I also love sports, reading, thought provoking or funny movies, and vacations!

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