Born and raised on the Southside of Minneapolis, MN,  Coach Leah's vision and goal is to provide optimal performance programming options to arts, academic, and athletic entities through sound - culturally diverse strategies.  

Coach Leah's entrepreneurial drive is fueled by her experiences as an elite-level scholar-athlete, her enjoyment of sports, motivational speaking, and spending quality time with family.

Active in Faith Based initiatives, Coach Leah was appointed by the former Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church [WABC] Youth Pastor, Rev. Andrew W. Berry II, to serve on the Executive Team for the Youth, College Age, Young Adult, and Singles Ministry [2010] in  Houston, TX. Current activities at WABC include serving in various roles with the Communications and Technologies Ministry.


Founder & Executive Director

While in High School, Coach Leah was a three-sport All-Conference athlete, a USA Today Top 50 All-American, and held the all-time leading scorer in the Minneapolis City Conference title for a decade. During her tenure, the Washburn Lady Millers made three consecutive trips to the

Minnesota State High School League Girls Basketball State Championships.

Coach Leah attended Tennessee Technological University and played under legendary Marynell Meadors on the nationally-ranked Golden Eaglette women’s basketball team from 1984 – 1987.

She graduated with a B.S. in Speech Communications with a concentration in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Fashion Merchandising. Most recently, Coach Leah was named an American Express Leadership Academy, emerging leader, and completed the inaugural Spiritual Warrior training for self-mastery with the host of “IYANLA: Fix My Life,” the #1 reality show on the Oprah Winfrey Network, Rev. Dr. Iyanla Vanzant.

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