A personal message from Angela
Anytime I write or speak, my goal is to help people find meaning and purpose in life and leadership. I believe that your life has unlimited potential not only for living the life you desire, but for having great impact on the world around you! When you read a blog, close one of my books or leave a conference I have spoke at, my hope is that you feel empowered and energized to take the small steps you have learned that will lead to BIG CHANGE! Unlimited possibilities await you. Go for it!
Angela’s 10 years of international speaking experience covers leadership and women’s conferences, non-profit events, and on-line leadership training. Angela is the Director of the women’s department at the Northwest Ministry Network where she has the honor to lead a team who is responsible for the development and empowerment of female leaders in over 330 churches. Angela is an ordained minister and a certified coach with Gallup Strengthsfinder, SLTA 360, and AGC. A life-long learner, Angela has a Ministry Leadership degree from Northwest University and a Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership from Gonzaga. Angela is also the founder of the GIVE GOOD Awards Foundation, an organization that recognizes inspirational people and promotes volunteerism.
Devoted to helping others reach their fullest potential in life and leadership, Angela has authored two books, The Story of Leah: When life is not what you expected it to be and Pivot Leadership: Small Steps – Big Change being released in the Spring of 2015. You can read her weekly blog encouragements and leadership tips on angelalcraig.com and on hervoiceblog.us, a blog specifically designed for women in leadership.
I am blessed with an amazing and supportive husband, Mark, and two boys, Bret and Austin. They keep my life full of adventure and a lot of sports! We live in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, where we believe outdoor fun and coffee are synonymous. Our preference is to have a house full of people celebrating life together, as often as possible. Personally, I can’t resist a party and would invite the world if they could come.