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We all have capabilities of living lives of excellence, not mediocrity.
I'm a pusher, but I'll be on your side.
A Lot of people go their whole life without having anybody look them in the eyes and say "I believe in you".
Shannon has a reputation for strong listening and coaching skills, enabling her to identify changes and opportunities that match clients' needs. Resourceful and supportive, she has a track record of guiding operations and leaders within the non-profit and corporate environments.
She provides guidance on a wide range of issues, including organizational development and dynamics, communication and conflict, critical thinking, leadership and team development, and work/life balance.
Shannon worked for 16 years in higher education where she held administration positions in student development and enrollment as well as taught in the Social Sciences department. Shannon is committed to Board of Directors work, she currently chairs the board of Bridge Meadows, an organization that develops sustaining intergenerational neighborhoods for adoptive families of foster children while offering safety and meaningful purpose in the daily lives of older adults. She also sits on the Board of Trustees for The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology.
During her tenure at Building Champions, Shannon has lead several key initiatives and held the position of Director of Operations. Well versed in creating and controlling large operating budgets, she led multiple departments through organizational development.
She earned her undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Portland State University and her graduate degree in Counseling Psychology from George Fox University. In her free time, Shannon enjoys working out, mentoring, spending quality time with her new family and planning her next winery adventure.
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