Jeannine Massey has been on her spiritual path, consciously, since she was in her teen years. A defining moment was when she started asking a priest questions during class and was told, “Don’t ask questions, believe what is written.” She sensed at that moment that she had an inner knowing and that she would have to find the answers herself. Thus began her journey. When she lived in Tucson, Arizona and her three daughters were young, she taught religious education, was a parish council board member, and eventually a church staff member responsible for a 500 student elementary religious education program. Upon moving to Oregon she sought the spiritual nourishment she had come to value. In 1987 she discovered a New Thought Center and became an active member and subsequently a Practitioner. She’s been active in this spiritual community in many ways – always learning, growing, and encouraging others to do the same. Jeannine brings to her practitioner practice a grounded knowing that truly, all is well. Jeannine demonstrates spiritual practice in her every day life and is eager to share those principles with her spiritual community.
Jeannine’s professional journey has focused on assisting individuals and organizations achieve results. She’s worked in private, public, and non-profit organizations with a focus on facilitation, training, project management, conflict resolution, and coaching. She has an undergraduate degree from Marylhurst University in Business Administration and Communications. Her graduate degree is from Antioch University in Whole Systems Design, with a certification in Organizational Systems Renewal (change management). Jeannine also has certifications in MBTI, Wilson’s Learning Styles, Situational Leadership, and is a certified coach and licensed seminar leader with Maria Nemeth’s Academy for Coaching Excellence. Jeannine is a demonstration in the professional world of how showing up as spiritual principle can be rewarding and fun.