“I don’t want to get to the end of my life and find that I have just lived the length of it.  I want to have lived the width of it as well.”     – Diane Ackerman

Hello and thanks for your interest in coaching!

Whether your life is in need of minor tweaking, feels directionless, or has become too small and tight, I would love the opportunity to see if we are a fit for a coaching relationship.  My passion is to help people become the greatest version of themselves: using their gifts anJen Frankd talents while honoring their deepest desires.

After earning a BS in business administration from Drexel University and an MBA from Golden Gate University, I left a nine year career in Information Security for the non-profit world.  I spent a dozen years as a successful fundraiser in the arts, both in the San Francisco Bay Area and on the East coast in Newark at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center.  This career allowed me to be close to the music and arts I love, and it also enabled me to contribute to the education of children and provide access and opportunity for everyone to participate in the arts who might not have otherwise been able to.

Now living in the incomparable music city of Memphis, Tennessee, I continue to bring my desire for people to live their fullest, richest, most colorful lives to my coaching.  Through the use of my training as a Certified Professional Coach as well as the experience from my own personal and professional transitions, I help my clients as they move to the next great thing in their own lives whether it’s changing careers, creating work-life balance, adopting new habits, or adjusting to a new life stage.

But most importantly, I care deeply about my clients and helping them to become their best selves.  As a coach, I will bring an open heart and loving presence to the process, eager to create an environment that welcomes your authenticity, wisdom, creativity, and laughter.

Let’s talk soon to see how I can be of assistance to you in living the full width of your life!

Many thanks and best wishes, Jen