Nancy’s inspiration comes from her love of learning and the joy she gets from seeing her clients succeed through coaching. In particular, she receives great delight in guiding women to excel not only in leadership, but in all areas of their lives. She believes that for someone to achieve genuine success, they need to grow and develop habits in all areas of their life. Nancy’s ongoing interest and study in neuroscience and positive psychology was further heightened during her 3-year recovery from a head injury in 2018. This traumatic brain injury led her to embrace the ongoing evolution of research in psychological and neuroscience and keeps her discovering new applications to use in her coaching practice.
Nancy has a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from the University of Regina and is also a Spiritual Director. She is accredited in multiple professional associations, is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) accredited by the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and holds various other coach certifications.
Reading and travelling are two of the many ways Nancy embraces her love of learning. Journeys to places like Israel, Italy, Greece, Turkey and China have helped to shape her coaching and leadership philosophies. Nancy’s current favorite books are The Ideal Team Player by Patrick Lencioni and A Time to Lead – Mastering Yourself so you can Master the World by Craig Dowden. Nancy lives with her husband David and the two youngest of their four children in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.