CCNI Board of Directors Welcome New Board Members

By Admin On October 29, 2015 Under Find a Coaching Article On:

Please join the CCNI Board of Directors in welcoming Donna Duren, Ircel Harrison and Sandy Marshall as new Directors at Large.

Donna DurenDonna Duren has worked in the technology arena for the past 15 years in an administrative capacity. Her roles include event planning, logistics, team building and supporting the day-to-day operations for a large group of engineers. Donna also has her own coaching business with a focus on couples and relationship issues. She also has a passion for working with individuals that have been impacted by addiction, either their own or that of a loved one. Donna and her husband also own and manage a real estate firm.

Donna holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Cedarville University, and a diploma from Word of Life Bible Institute in Schroon Lake, NY. She is a Certified Professional Life Coach (Christian Coach Institute) and is currently working toward an ACC credential through ICF. She has also completed the Group Coaching Mastery through CCI.

In ministry, Donna partners with her husband, Dave. Together they birthed and nurtured the recovery ministry at their former church, Springcreek Church, Garland, TX. For over 20 years, Donna has created content, led groups, and built leaders, impacting hundreds of individuals seeking to live a healthier life. Currently, Donna and Dave are on the start-up team for a new campus for Chase Oaks Church in Plano, TX. Donna is a life group leader and a certified Marriage Mentor with the State of Texas.

Donna has a passion for supporting and growing people. As she serves on the Board of Directors for CCNI, you will see her involved in helping to grow our membership and build engagement. She brings energy, enthusiasm and a genuine heart to serve God and her fellow coaches in her capacity as a member of our Board.

Ircel Harrison Ircel Harrison is Coaching Coordinator for Pinnacle Leadership Associates, an organization that provides coaching, consulting and training for churches and not-for-profit organizations. He is also a supplemental faculty member in Ministry Praxis for Central Baptist Theological Seminary in Shawnee, KS, and serves as their consultant for mentoring and coaching.

He received his undergraduate degree at the University of Southern Mississippi, his master of divinity at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and his doctor of ministry from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He has done additional study at Middle Tennessee State University in organizational development and at Northern Baptist Theological Seminary in Missional church leadership.

Ircel is an Associate Certified Coach with the International Coach Federation and received the Certified Professional Life Coach designation from the Professional Christian Coaching Institute. His ministry experiences include campus ministry, local church service, and denominational leadership.

He is the co-author of Disciple Development Coaching: Christian Formation for the 21st Century and the author of For Such a Time as This: Aligning Church and Leadership for Missional Ministry. He blogs at www.barnabasfile.blogspot.com.

He and his wife, Rita, live in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. They have three children, eight grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren.

Sandy MarshallSandy Marshall is a Leadership/Executive Coach and Principal of Marshall Leadership Group (www.MarshallLeadershipGroup.com). Her professional background includes over 20 years of information technology, manufacturing and automotive/finance industry experience with Fortune 100 clients as a business leader, leadership coach, account executive and consultant. Sandy has served as an ICF Michigan Board Member for three years.  She is a certified ICF Coach (ACC) and certified Hudson Institute Coach. She is an active member of C12, a Christian Business Owner Roundtable Group whose mission is to “build businesses for a greater purpose”. Sandy is also an attorney and member of the State Bar of Michigan.

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