I’m so glad and grateful you’re here!

Hi! I’m Ronna.

The short “about me” version? I love stories.

The medium version? I pay lots of attention to the stories we’ve been told, the ones we’ve not been told, and the ones we tell ourselves.

The longer version? I’m so glad you asked!

So much has shaped my story over the years:

  • struggles, heartaches, and losses
  • celebrations, joys, and miracles
  • being in my 6th decade of life
  • the church (even though I’ve left it behind)
  • the ancient, sacred stories of women (too often buried under dust and dogma)
  • growing up in the Western US in a white, middle-class family
  • international travel and living (more, please!)
  • higher education
  • jobs, careers, entrepreneurship
  • capitalism (which makes me slightly insane)
  • patriarchy (which infuriates me)
  • books, books, and more books
  • movies (just try and guess my favorite!)
  • podcasts (and on a good day – out for a walk while listening)
  • writing
  • friends and family
  • marriage and divorce
  • being a mom (the biggest privilege ever)

In all of this (and so much more) I’ve learned three significant things:

  1. Each of us live a one-of-a-kind story that deserves to be heard, seen, and honored in the most honest and powerful of ways.
  2. Every line-scene-page-chapter, emotion, relationship, conversation, harm, and hope is profoundly sacred; it matters more than all else – and – every bit of it is messy and complicated and real.
  3. Living into the truth of this is a lifetime’s work.

And if I were to include one more learning it would be this:

There is absolutely nothing I love more than exactly this work.

So that’s exactly what I do.

For nearly 20 years, I have been in rich and honest conversation with women – honoring their stories.

Women who understand that the shiny promises of success and perfection are not worth chasing. Women who are clear that there is still so much to explore and express within them. And women who know how much value there is in being heard and seen by someone else – how it changes them, uplifts them, and drops them more deeply into themselves.

Women just like you. 

There is nothing I would love more than conversation with you.

Learn more about what that looks like, what I invite and compel, and why it matters.

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Some relevant details and random facts from my story:

  • I have lived through the distinct pain of being a woman – in leadership and in life. I have known the risks, the costs, the disappointments, the challenges, and the requisite determination.
  • I continue to live into the distinct privilege, gift, and power of being a woman – in every possible way.
  • I am a proud mother to the two most amazing young women on the entire planet (and cannot be convinced otherwise). My oldest lives in Kentucky and my youngest in Montana. I miss them every day; I love them even more.
  • I’m an ENFJ, a 3 on the Enneagram, and a Sagittarius.
  • I was in my early 40s before I learned about (and quickly adopted) feminism.
  • I have three tattoos – two of which I got in my 50s and the 3rd, just recently: my sister and I got matching ones together! 
  • I am incredibly proud and grateful to be in my (early) 60s.
  • I have owned my own business for 15+ years.
  • I have trained, spoken, and written about women, their stories, and their strength for even longer.
  • I am committed to and compelled by a particular set of stories: women from our divine feminine matrilineage; the ancient, sacred stories I grew up with – reimagined, re-visioned, and redeemed.
  • I was born and raised in the Washington State – mostly the greater Seattle area. Both of my daughters were born and raised there, as well. In January of 2022, I moved to Raleigh, North Carolina to live with my sister and her family.
  • I have an ongoing idea that I want to live in a Tiny House.
  • I love black coffee in the morning (and a bit later than that…)
  • I will endlessly argue that RedVines are so much better than Twizzlers.
  • My favorite quote: “What would happen if one woman told the truth about her life? The world would split open.” ~ Muriel Rukeyser
  • The most true thing is this: women’s stories – when told and lived in defiant and beautiful ways – have the power to change the world. This includes yours!
  • The best thing ever is this: powerful, provocative, and gorgeous conversations with women. How can they not be sacred?!?
  • What I will argue until the end of time: you are NEVER too much and you are MORE THAN enough.

And here’s the official story:


  • Decades of experience that spans multiple industries: nonprofits, academics and higher-ed, the federal government, and for-profits.
  • 15+ years of executive-level leadership.
  • Senior VP for a global leadership development company that focused on communication skills, conflict resolution, feedback, coaching, delegation, and accountability,
  • Corporate Trainer/Facilitator; worked directly with Verizon, Nordstrom, Hormel, Rodan+Fields, the Make-a-Wish Foundation, TJX, Dominos, and more.


  • 4,000+ hours of coaching and consulting with business owners, leaders, creatives, and entrepreneurs – from startups to Fortune 100 companies.
  • Career and transition coaching to 5000+ individuals – increasing promotion rates and overall development.
  • Multiple keynote addresses focused on leadership development; trained thousands of groups, and gave a TEDx talk.


  • Bachelors Degree in business and communication.
  • Master of Divinity Degree focused on feminist theology
  • Certified Spiritual Director.
  • Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) certified; Master Facilitator/Trainer of proprietary content in coaching, feedback, conflict-resolution, and accountability.
  • Facilitator Educational Training with Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes and the Archetypal and Cross-Cultural Studies Institute.

Want to learn more, talk more, even now? Me too!

That’s why I prioritize time for free, one-hour conversations. No obligation. Nothing salesy. Just a chance to get together over a cup of coffee or tea and ponder any and everything together. How can I help and support you? Definitely schedule a call!