Enamored. I think that’s how I feel. Upon my 50th birthday, I set a few goals. Go on 50 hikes; easy. Attend 50 dance classes; not so easy. I’ve taken a …


Who do you idolize?

Many CEOs have shared with me their experiences with imposter syndrome. Apparently, 70% of executive women have felt it. When I first started apprentice-coaching at the FDA, I was told to not feel …


Moments of Connection

Recently, I had the pleasure of chatting with Dr. Taryn Marie Stejskal the author of The 5 Practices of Highly Resilient People: Why Some Flourish When Others Fold. It was …


Growth & Purpose

Proud. Happy. Relieved. That’s how I feel now, as my 19-year-old son and I spend an afternoon together at the climbing gym. Katie and I used to come here together …


NXS. REM. The Cure. The Cranberries. These make the soundtracks of my high school years. I just went to accept an award in Pittsburgh, PA, my hometown, where I was …


Written By: Judy Tincher & Julie Lancaster Have you ever been in an ethical dilemma? Some of you are recalling memories in which you faced a serious conundrum that took …


Choosing Our Identity

I’ve had few friends in my life change careers or retire this year. One of the challenges (or gifts) that accompany these bold moves is a challenge to current identity. …


The Creative Process

I’ve never been an artist. I guess I’ve been drawn to other things. And have never really given painting or drawing, things I consider to be “creating art,” a chance. …


Nostalgia

One of Arizona’s luxuries is the proximity to Mexico and the beach. As time has a tendency to warp, I realize that our family has evolved year after year there. Over the …


The Impact of One

On the sidelines of the micro-soccer field 8 years ago, as our daughters tried to learn which goal to actual score on, Chris Fetzer and I met. Chris brought me …