Amanda is the performance coach to top minds in music & business. Trusted by major brands like the University of Chicago, William Morris Endeavor, & Skanska, she uses her innate ability to cut through to what helps — & what hinders — making her a potent force in leadership, team alignment, & culture.
Whether Amanda is helping University of Pittsburgh design & execute an emerging leader program, partnering with Penn State University to create a new organization or keynote coach at a conference, her powerful edge is the ability to connects knowledge, disrupt unnecessary baggage, & mobilize resources to achieve what hasn't been done before. Her work builds bridges between people & groups to find clarity & progress in the face of uncertainty.
The intimate relationship she creates with her clients enables a partnership to accomplish what was once believed impossible. She’s coached leaders on how to become a influential member of the executive team, disrupt industry norms to maintain competitive edge, & overcome unchecked stress to be a leader people love. Together they identify patterns, make adjustments, to rebuild confidence & effectiveness in all aspects of their lives.
Amanda graduated from Washington State University with a degree in Communications. She is a Professional Certified Coach & an active community member serving in Leadership Brentwood & Cable. She is the recipient of the 2016 Nashville ATHENA Young Professional Leadership Award & Cable Rising Star Award.
Ready to depart from the norm? Email her.
Freddie’s presence is calm, safe, magnetic, and inspiring. He thrives on the connection he creates with his clients and shares profound, yet simple insights to help them grow. Freddie has a knack for helping people identify their gifts and connecting these gifts to their purpose.
Freddie speaks and teaches on such topics as leadership, healthy relationships, character development, personal growth, and parenting… lessons he has picked up along his life’s journey. He started his journey in high-performance at a young age as the state of Michigan’s top high school wide receiver. His ascent continued through college as he was a starting wide receiver for the 1994 undefeated Penn State team where he was featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated. The next stage in his professional growth was spent in the National Football League (NFL).
Freddie has a Master’s in Organizational Leadership and is a certified Transition Coach for the NFL Player Engagement Program. He also serves as a family expert for the NFL Players Association (NFLPA), conducting workshops to help players transition from football to identify their next careers as leaders, husbands, and fathers. Over his career, he has spoken to over 70 D1 football teams and many NFL clubs.
In addition to his leadership work, he is also the author of the book The Dad I Wish I Had, which has received national attention on CNN, HLN, Fox News, TBN, and Family Life. The NFLPA acknowledged his work by awarding Freddie the 2013 Kenny Washington Award, and the Parent Teacher Association of Tennessee also awarded him a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2010.
Freddie balances all these responsibilities alongside a busy life with his family, including his beautiful wife, four very active sons, and one adorable daughter. If you’re interested in connecting the dots between your passions, morals, and strengths, Freddie's your guy.
It only takes a minute with Ryan to experience the infectious authenticity, enthusiasm, and positive attitude that help make his partnerships with clients so successful. He enables them to ascend to the top of their professions without losing themselves in the process.
He & his team have helped organizations rebound from turmoil & start-ups scale; built cultures for locker rooms, corporations, & world tours; coached executives, rock bands, athletic coaches, & professional athletes; & advised a successful foreign presidential campaign.
Ryan is an expert facilitator with a gift for bringing out the best in people. Since 1999, he has facilitated countless meetings, retreats, & workshops for small groups to national conferences. In fact, at the time of his assessment with the International Association of Facilitators, shortly after becoming an entrepreneur, Ryan became the youngest certified professional facilitator ever.
He has been a guest leadership educator at the University of Pittsburgh, Belmont University, Vanderbilt University, Penn State University, & Stanford University's Business Leadership Program. He’s been interviewed about leadership & training The Huffington Post, The Deseret News, & magazines such as Esquire, YFS, & Vim & Vigor.
In 2016 Ryan was recognized as one of SigEp’s Top 40 Under 40 & in 2017 he was a recipient of the Western Michigan University Haworth College of Business Outstanding Young Alumni Award.
Ask him about America's Funniest Home Videos & his turkey burger recipe.