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Christine D'Ercole is a public speaker and internationally competitive cyclist. Her work draws on the concept that the most powerful thing anyone can say to us is what we say to ourselves. Our life experiences, interpretation, and perceptions are defined by the words in our heads. These become the words that we say and the words that we write, which become who we are.

Cultivating the ability to catch oneself in negative self-talk and re-direct that talk into the positive is essence of Wordshops™. Her catalogue of recorded talks span topics from body-image and self-acceptance to developing the ability to speak up and take risks. "Connecting the Dots: a birds-eye view", focuses on the process of defining goals and paths, specifically geared towards college age and college bound youth. For additional information please visit,

Jane Milrod - ADHD Coach, Teacher and Support Group Facilitator. Jane's coaching concentration includes AD/HD students from middle school through post graduate studies, as well as adults with AD/HD dealing with work and career issues.

Kathryn (K.C.) Wilder, PhD is an experienced sports psychologist who has worked with elite athletes and recreational athletes in cycling, running, swimming, squash, tennis, golf and volleyball, accomplishing such goals as weight loss, age-graded national championships, state championships, golf championships, and completing the Race Across America (RAAM). She also assists with issues around motivation, fears, and other blocks to performance that many athletes experience.

Katie Kuhl Adorno - Higher Education Financial Planning; MSEd. in Higher Education Administration, assists families in planning for the costs of higher education and navigating the college financial aid process. Katie is a member of the National Association of Financial Aid Administrators and leads annual training programs. Email: for more information.

Dr. Mae believes that "your life is your own sculpture." She helps students to develop the "artist within" and to create the lives they were meant to live.