When it comes to people, Adele sees the profound beauty in others and speaks to you with pure joy. During her free time, you can find Adele planting flowers in her garden, creating pastel and pencil art and crocheting, She loves to hang out in coffeehouses. Adele especially enjoys traveling with her husband, Michael, exploring the beauty of stillness.
When it comes to people, Adele sees the profound beauty in others and speaks to you with pure joy. During her free time, you can find Adele planting flowers in her garden, creating pastels and pencil art and crocheting. If she is not there, you will find her with her computer in a busy coffeehouse surrounded by people.
As the founder of a non-profit, which coined the phrase Invisible Challenges™, Adele is a cutting edge leader when it comes to Invisible Challengesä. She struggled with Dyslexia, auditory processing, ADHD and sexual abuse for most of her life and searched for processes that could help her. She could not focus like the average child; she was unable to learn at a similar pace as her peers and fell behind in her academic studies. Her unique coping skills allowed her to blend, appear “normal” on the outside, attend college and teach in the public school but this still didn’t help her internal challenges.
An accomplished speaker, Adele currently travels nationally promoting her first book, SEARCHING FOR OZ: a creatively written, fictional story of a personal journey of self-love & finding love, set on a creative platform with the Wonderful Wizard of OZ theme. Adele also co-developed the Searching for OZ workbook, a step-by-step guide that is written in a heartfelt & inspiring way, that assist you in finding your inner voice and transforming yourself from the Inside out. She facilitates an online Searching for OZ coursework intended for anyone who wants to make change from the inside out!
Adele has an 18-year track record directing a 501c3 non-profit organization called Teamwork Wins, a Foundation for Awareness & Change, which assists individuals with Invisible Challenges™ in becoming self-directed, free-thinking & creative.
- BS in Elementary Education with a concentration in Speech Pathology & Audiology
- Played intercollegiate volleyball, coached college volleyball, HS basketball, youth soccer.
- Taught fourth grade - public school, basic educational military cadets & soft skills in the prison system.
Today, she directs the non-profit, as well as, the Searching for OZ coursework, She also works as a specialized life coach and has a proven track record for taking individuals to the next level of their personal, relationships & career growth.
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