Shelly Ryan brings over thirty years of education, professional and personal experiences to her coaching practice. Her passion and commitment to making a difference in people’s lives, her insight and her ability to inspire others makes Shelly a natural coach. She uses this as the foundation of her work as she guides people to discovering what they would love to have and who they would love to be in their life—professionally, financially, spiritually, in relationships, health, finances and for fun. She then helps them make it happen! Her clients have found new jobs, started their own businesses, written books, gone on fabulous vacations, repaired relationships, found new relationships, paid off debt, started meditation practices, and gotten healthier.
As a seasoned speaker and trainer, Shelly has prepared and presented hundreds of workshops, trainings, and speaking engagements to diverse audiences both nationally and internationally covering a wide variety of topics. Shelly has worked with Arizona State University, Medtronic, Bank of New York Mellon, The Corporation for National and Community Service, and Morton Salt to name a few. Most recently her workshops include Living a Life You Love, Meditation Exploration, How Did I End Up Here? and Are YOU a Scaredy Cat? Her enthusiastic, participatory, and humorous speaking style engages audiences.
Shelly earned her Life Coach Certification from Coach Training Alliance in 2007. She is also licensed and certified as a New Life Story Coach. She’s taken additional coursework in group coaching and coaching career transitions and has completed Landmark Education’s Curriculum for Living. She is a member of the ICF International Coaching Federation and is also a member of the Phoenix Chapter. She earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology and a Master of Arts Degree in Student Personnel Administration and Counseling. Her academic background as well as her knowledge and understanding of tools and theory from positive psychology creates a solid foundation for her coaching practice.