Dr. Sanja Rickette Stinson is a Business Coach| Author| Coach| Speaker. She is a bestselling author, cleric, serial entrepreneur, and founding CEO of Matthew House. Her innovative leadership knows no bounds, serving as a founding pastor and apostolic leader for churches and para-ministries. She is the visionary author of the release anthology project with 21 women titled: Disrupting the Status Quo ~ Entrepreneurial Women Crushing Mediocrity.
Raised by entrepreneurial parents she grew up with a profound respect for business and humanity which translated into strong advocacy that mergers both marketplace and ministry which she implements daily in her life work. Sanja is the CEO of Dr. Sanja Coaching & Consulting specializing in helping women build their confidence that propels them to birth forth their vision to create a lasting
Earning her Bachelor’s degree from DePaul University, a Master of Divinity from McCormick Theological Seminary, a Master of Education from Concordia University, and a Doctorate of Ministry from Northern Theological Seminary.
I no longer allow fear to stop me from walking in my purpose. I believe that fear is an enemy of success. I have stopped allowing the fear of others to hinder me from investing in my vision and goals. I believe in dismantling limiting beliefs that have held me back and I am now walking in my purpose. I have learned to rise above fear by flipping the perspective to become I am a winner.
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