Tina Meyersjoins us once again, and she opens up our conversation with advice on how to center oneself, slow down the world, and find your voice within. We discuss the importance of intuition, vulnerability, and the healing journey that Tina has embarked on as a leader. Before our conversation ends, we discuss how a person can strengthen their intuition, and just how much our lives stand to gain by attuning to that inner wisdom.
After working as an environmental and social justice attorney and clean water advocate for several years, Tina was exhausted and felt like she was fighting to no avail, even when she won cases and received national awards. Knowing there must be something more, she switched paths and received her Master's degree in Spiritual Psychology and trained to become a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC) with the Co-Active Training Institute (CTI) and a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with the International Coach Federation. In working individually and with groups of women leaders and advocates, Tina has successfully combined her advocacy and conflict resolution background with her natural passion and fire to help those who help others. She founded Tina Meyers Intuitive Coaching in 2016, Women Advocates Rising in 2018 and WARRIOR SCHOOL for women leaders in 2020.
Tina now leads women leaders through one-on-one intensive coaching, workshops, conflict resolution and mastermind programs. Both individual and group work empower women leaders to create a life where they feel more balanced, inspired, joyful and effective at fighting for their cause. Tina’s coaching supports women to get in touch with the answers they already have within themselves and move past any challenges or doubts they might face.
Tina is also global faculty at CTI, where she leads transformational coach training courses. She was also a manager for four years in CTI’s organizational department, where she brought powerful coaching and leadership development into organizations. She loves hip hop dancing, is obsessed with personal growth, and lives in Knoxville, Tennessee with her two kitty babies, Hazel and Neka.