Who We Are
Dr. Jacqueline Evans Phillips
Author, CEO, Speaker & Life Coach
Dr. Jacqueline Evans Phillips, a Doctor of Education with a Masters in Clinical Psychology, is on a mission to create an empowerment movement to awaken individuals to their Call to Greatness. Making a difference in the lives of other people has become Jacqueline’s life purpose. Passing the torch of greatness has become a personal mission in both her professional career and her private life.
Jacqueline is the founder and owner of Life Changers Consulting LLC, a company that provides life empowerment services and educational consulting for individuals who are ready to develop a roadmap to Living a Life of Purpose. The empowerment services take the form of life coaching, empowerment and educational workshops, and presentations.
As an author, Jacqueline continues to awaken individuals to their Call to Greatness through her book, The Purpose Factor. This guided journal empowers individuals to use adversity as a means to discover their Purpose by using the Call to Greatness Empowerment Model. Through this model, users will be able to assess their engagement level by exploring the principles of Self, Love, Service and Spirit. In addition, one will then be able to develop a Road Map using reflective activities designed to Living a Life of Purpose. Jacqueline is also a contributing author of the book Stand Up to be Heard, Vol II. In this volume, she illustrates the purpose of being pressed into purpose and the shift that happens in our lives when we totally surrender to God.
Professionally, Jacqueline has worked in the field of higher education for past 16 years gaining experience in Management, Assessment, Strategic Planning, Budget Management, Student Success, Engagement & Retention services in higher education. Developing the whole student has been the driving force of her career. Â She has been a strong advocate for students as they navigate through the college environment. With her understanding of student development theory, she has been very methodical in incorporating cognitive, adult development, and learning theories to many of the student development and wellness programming. Through these programs, students are exposed to concepts to help them develop skills to manage the transitions into the college environment, and in their academic and personal lives.