Jeannine Van Sandt Riskin
Hope Floats Transition Coaching
Present; Generous; Warm
It's one thing to talk about "empowering" young women but to actually equip them with tools needed to build that feeling of power and agency is the action needed to create a space for them to move out into the world in a more powerful way.
In the middle of raising 6 children, I graduated from Texas Women's University with a degree in Sociology in 1999. I didn't hear about Life Coaching until a few years after moving to Asheville in 2002 and took the steps to become one after my divorce in 2010. I have been helping women navigate the tough terrain of divorce since 2014. Offering hope and new beginnings that outshine anything they've known before. It is a privilege to be able to give back.