About Donna Weber

We don’t get where we’re going alone.

About Donna Weber

We don’t get where we’re going alone.

Our beliefs and values are the cornerstones of who we are and how we do things.

Our beliefs and values are the cornerstones of who we are and how we do things. I believe each of us is created with inherent worth, designed for wholeness, and intended for lives of meaning and purpose.

I believe each of us is created with inherent worth, designed for wholeness, and intended for lives of meaning and purpose.
My three favorite values in coaching are compassion, curiosity and courage.
These values have formed the way I think about my own life: being with, learning more, and leaning in.
- Donna Weber
I believe each of us is created with inherent worth, designed for wholeness, and intended for lives of meaning and purpose.
My three favorite values in coaching are compassion, curiosity and courage.
These values have formed the way I think about my own life: being with, learning more, and leaning in.
- Donna Weber

Being with

Learning More

Leaning In

Being
With

I became a coach because I love relationships, especially ones centered around meaning and journeying together.  My relationships—as a wife, mother of young adults, daughter of parents in their final years, friend with people of all ages— are the source of my deepest purpose, meaning, and joy. All of these relationships involve walking together through the varied seasons of life.  For me, the best part of relationships are good conversations, the ones that help each of us along on our journeys. The conversations that involve listening and self-discovery, exploring big questions, sharing difficulties and finding courage, laughing and celebrating.

Certified Enneagram Practitioner and Coach

Learning
More

 

My natural bent is learning, whether it’s through reading books, graduate school classes, online coach training, enneagram seminars, dance or guitar lessons, or best of all, through conversations. Learning is never wasted, but is seldom a straight path.  Sometimes learning more about myself has led to pivoting, and pivoting again.  My education includes an ill-suited undergrad degree in accounting, along with degrees from graduate business school and seminary.  A decade on a career path that had little alignment with who I am and what’s important to me created a passion to help others find the most congruent and fulfilling path for them.  I am an on-going student of my faith, myself, coaching, and how people change and find wholeness.

Learning
More

 

My natural bent is learning, whether it’s through reading books, graduate school classes, online coach training, enneagram seminars, dance or guitar lessons, or best of all, through conversations. Learning is never wasted, but is seldom a straight path.  Sometimes learning more about myself has led to pivoting, and pivoting again.  My education includes an ill-suited undergrad degree in accounting, along with degrees from graduate business school and seminary.  A decade on a career path that had little alignment with who I am and what’s important to me created a passion to help others find the most congruent and fulfilling path for them.  I am an on-going student of my faith, myself, coaching, and how people change and find wholeness.

Leaning In

Our stories, the parts we choose and the ones we don’t, have a shaping influence on how we show up, how we move forward, and what we bring to others and the world.  Each of us faces challenges and encounters loss. These experiences, how we walk through them and lean into them, form us.  My story includes parenting a child, now young adult, on the autism spectrum and walking the difficult road of Alzheimer’s with both of my parents.  These stories of love across uncertain terrain have called on my courage and continue to shape me. 

Being a coach has been a beautiful bringing together of who I am and my life experiences to help others see themselves and find their way.  It’s my honor and joy to come alongside someone on their journey.