Oberlin Chapter Members

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Valerie Hopkins
Sales Manager LSP Schmidt & Smith Allstate Agency
Work 927 Main St. Grafton OH Work Phone: 440-926-4050 Cell Phone: 440-240-3872
Categories: Agency Recruiter, Commercial, Employee Benefits, Health, Home & Auto, Insurance, Life, Life, Health & Disability, Life, Health & Supplemental, Life, Health, Disability and Supplemental, Medicare, Oberlin, Property and Casualty, Workplace/Supplemental Benefits
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Karen Krupp
Transformational Life Coach Another Way Forward Coaching
Home 13675 Diagonal Rd. Lagrange OH 44050 Work Phone: 440-668-5414 Cell Phone: 440-668-5414 Website: https://www.facebook.com/AWFC.karenkrupp

Biographical Info

I’ve been on a journey to heal relationships in my life that had to start with me. Learning to heal and love ourselves brings about change in those we attract and love in our life.

I’m a Transformational Coach that works with women that want to take bold and bad ass action to align and heal themselves through mind body work through self love.
> Do you have unwanted emotions, reactions, and resentments to others, spouse, significant other?
> Do you want love and keep looking and don’t know how to find it?
> Do you have needs that are not being met and you wonder why you are not being heard or important to those around you?

Transformational Coaching will help you get on track to heal yourself from the inside out, shift your mindset, and restore balance in your life and fill you with more JOY!

My own journey was bitter sweet. Middle child of 7 kids, daddy issues, relationship problems most of my life where nothing seem to work. I fell into depression often and wondered why I seemed so invisible and unimportant. Along the way to healing and being coached myself, I found the only love we need to start and end with. A love for ourselves. I want to share and help you heal with all my life expertise and training in Transformational work and my 17 years of being a compassionate healer through massage.

Categories: Health and Wellness, Oberlin, Transformational Life Coach
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Elizabeth Patterson
Marketing Asst. & Special Events Coordinator Genesis House
Home PO Box Lorain OH Home Phone: 440-233-8150 Cell Phone: 4406107891 Website: www.genesishouseshelter.org

Biographical Info

Elizabeth Patterson received Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from The University of Phoenix and is currently the Marketing Assistant and Special Events Coordinator at Genesis House. A strong advocate for the community, she currently runs a clothing closet for Lorain County residents and is a G.A.L for Voices for Children. In addition, she has served as a board member for The Child Care Resource Center and is currently the youth ministry leader for Point of Grace Ministries in Elyria.

Employment background:
Elizabeth worked for 10 years at Lorain County Academy, an at-risk school for children nearing expulsion from their home school. There her duties included behavior management in the classroom. While working at the school, Elizabeth was also employed with the Boys and Girls Club, eventually being promoted to Unit Director of the Oberlin Boys and Girls Club. She was responsible for overseeing the staff, program management, parent communications and creating the summer themes and field trips for all the Clubs in Lorain County. Elizabeth also worked at Weber Health Care, a facility for adults with Developmental Disabilities. There she was a program manager. She was responsible for overseeing, developing and managing life skill programs for the clients. Prior to working full-time at Genesis House, Elizabeth was a substitute for Elyria City Schools, working with students with disabilities.

Categories: Non-Profit Organizations, Oberlin
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Mari Pravlik
Assistant Vice President, Office Manager Northwest Bank
Home 49 S. Main St. Oberlin OH Work Phone: 1-800-572-6972 Ext. 51001 Cell Phone: 440-242-8192 Website: www.northwest.com

Biographical Info

Northwest Bank has been servicing personal and business customers since 1896. Northwest strives to be the most highly respected provider of financial services in all of its markets.

We believe that people make the difference and at the Oberlin Office, it all starts with the energetic branch manager, Mari Pravlik. Mari leads a highly-trained team who offer superior customer service to the surrounding community. Together they have logged over 92 years of banking experience. In addition, Mari also oversees the operations of Northwest Bank’s branch at the retirement center of Kendal at Oberlin. Northwest Bank prides itself on knowing their customers. With over 23 years of banking experience, Mari has dedicated herself to this philosophy in order to help customers meet their banking needs.

When she’s not in the office, Mari is an active member of the Oberlin Business Partnership, Oberlin Community Services, Partners with Paws of Lorain County and several other networking groups. She also volunteers at the Junior Achievement programs of Lorain County.

A financial check-up is one of the most important steps of your life and you want to choose the right banking partner. Northwest makes it easy with friendly, personalized service and always has your best interests at heart. Whether you’re ready to jump in or don’t know where to start, Northwest can help. Stop in the Oberlin office and talk to Mari Pravlik about making a healthy start to your financial future.

Categories: Banking, Oberlin
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Naomi Wacker
LMT, owner of Neo Massage neo massage
Home 305 Artino St., Suite A Oberlin Ohio Work Phone: 216.970.1829 Website: https://mailchi.mp/1dd436cc943d/wellnessinourroots

Biographical Info

Naomi Wacker is a licensed massage therapist, having earned her certificate from the Cleveland Institute of Medical Massage. From a young age she has seen the value and healing capabilities of human touch.

The mission of neo massage is to create space for you to step out of your routine, freeing you to be mindful. During a session, clients are encouraged to allow breath to flow to places of muscular and fascial tension.

While finding joy along her own wellness journey, Naomi is still learning to practice deep breathing, whether in stillness or driving her three children to various activities.

Combining her love for intentional movement, wellness and medicinal plants, Naomi hosts workshops in the community.

You can learn more about neo.massage.wellness on Facebook and Instagram.

Categories: Massage Therapy, Wellness and Ecotherapy, Oberlin
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